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Sasha Mukhamedov and James Stout

08 Jun

© Altin Kaftira / Het Nationale Ballet

© Altin Kaftira / Het Nationale Ballet

© Altin Kaftira / Het Nationale Ballet

© Altin Kaftira / Het Nationale Ballet

© Altin Kaftira / Het Nationale Ballet

© Altin Kaftira / Het Nationale Ballet

© Altin Kaftira / Het Nationale Ballet

© Altin Kaftira / Het Nationale Ballet

© Altin Kaftira / Het Nationale Ballet

Sasha Mukhamedov and James Stout

© Altin Kaftira / Het Nationale Ballet

Sasha Mukhamedov and James Stout, “Tristan + Isolde” choreography, concept and staging by David Dawson, music by Szymon Brzóska, set design by Eno Henze, costume design by Yumiko Takeshima, light design by Bert Dalhuysen, choreographic assistants: Tim Couchman and Rebecca Gladstone, Het Nationale Ballet Dutch National Ballet (rehearsal)

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