Henrik Neubauer






Personal Resume



Study on chronic diseases in Slovenia Handbook for students of the Medical Faculty on practical exercises in hygiene

Survey of the Slovenian theatrical season 1992/93 in English Survey of the Slovenian theatrical season 1993/94 in French and English


Development of Ballet Art in Slovenia from the end of the 17th century until the end of  the 20th century.


Period Movement - behaviour, movement
and relations between people from
the 15th until the 19th century.
Dance Through Century - historical dances
as milestones in the development and history
of dance art.


A Guide to Operas and Ballets by Slovenian Composers.


Classical Ballet I and II - pedagogical and methodical guide for balet pedagogues for the first and second year of education.


Reflections on the Future of Slovenian Opera, Reflections on Theatre Critic, Reflections on the Situation of the Ballet Art in the World and in Slovenia.


Slovenian Literature on Music Stage.

Dances of European Nations
on the Theater Stage.


The World of Stage Acting - basics of theatrical acting technique.


A Short History of the Slovenian Ballet on its 80th Anniversary.

Ballet Vocabulary with more than 300 terms.


Teaching Plan for Dance Activities in Elementary Schools.


Music Theatre Works (Opera, Operetta, Ballet) by Slovenian Composers.


The Cube of Happiness & The Glittering Wings - two collections with 70 short poems.

The Art of Choreography - the process of planning a dance and performance from the first idea up to the first night with guidelines on movements of the human body, the choice of combinations of steps and gestures, use of energy and dynamics, the command of space and time, the expression etc. with more than 50 illustrations.


A short survey of ballet history in Maribor at the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the first performance of Jumping Jack by Josip Ipavec and the 60th anniversary of the first ballet evening.


The intention of this book is to present Slovenian ballet artists, especially those who were important for the development of ballet art in Slovenia and have written its history with their work. At last, they are getting a reward for their hard and tiresome work, with which they got to the top of their profession. The book will also be a source of information for all those that are interested in the history of Slovenian ballet art and its protagonists.


The book deals with the phenomenon of the music genre of operetta in Slovenia. After the introductory remarks about the origin of operetta in Europe and its spreading in the world, a description of the first performances of operettas in Slovenian language since the first one in 1864 is given. The largest part of the book is an overview of operettas by Slovenian composers (altogether 108) with as much relevant information as possible. The strange situation of a banishing of the operetta from the Slovenian stages after World War II, is reported, as well as its return from 1986 on. Nowadays, the operetta is again present in Slovenia alongside with its older sister opera.


The author describes encounters with artists of ballet and opera, visits to many schools and theaters (being a medical doctor also some medical institutions) during his travels in different parts of the world. A great part of the book is dedicated to the beauties and descriptions of visited countries – Russia, North America, Ireland, Armenia, Germany, South Chorea, France and Turkey. The book is accompanied by nearly 200 photographs collected and shot by the author.

The Skill of Theatrical Fencing (Spretnost odrskega mečevanja) is the first Slovenian manual on this matter. Beside the historical survey of fencing and different arts of arms the basic elements of fencing are precisely explained as well as details of fights between two opponents. At the end there are stated many to the stage applicable fight etudes of longer duration.

Presentations and activities of Slovenian Ballet Artists on Croatian stages

The author desribes the approaches of various Slovene opera composers, presents their commentary and portrays the appraisal of staged operas.


On the occasion of the anniversary this book summarizes the history of amateur culture in Slovenia, and then in details describes Slovenian Public Fund for amateur culture from its establishment to 2013.


The book represents the author's memories, not only to his work and life, but also to people who tried to hinder him during his different actvities. At the same time and especially, it is a document about the real events of almost a century of Slovene history and its capital Ljubljana.

The difficult time during the second world war is described through the events of the opera theater in the four war seasons and through the lives of the citizens during the occupation.


The Slovenian composer Davorin Jenko devoted his entire life to Serbian theaters, for which he wrote nearly one hundred compositions that are documented in this book.


This book offers an exhaustive overview of all created Slovenian stage ballets from the first Slovene ballet "Možiček" (Jumping Jack) of 1900 to the present day.