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Melissa Chapski and Giovanni Adriano Princic

Melissa Chapski and Giovanni Adriano Princic, “Trois Gnossiennes” choreography by Hans van Manen, music by Erik Satie (Trois Gnossiennes), costumes by Joop Stokvis and Hans van Manen from “Juniors Go Dutch”, Het Nationale Ballet Junior Company, Theater de Meervaart, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (February 18, 2017)

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Posted by on Sunday, February 19, 2017 in Unique

 

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“Frank Bridge Variations”, Het Nationale Ballet Dutch National Ballet

Igone de Jongh and Daniel Camargo - © Hans Gerritsen

Igone de Jongh and Daniel Camargo – © Hans Gerritsen

Qian Liu and Remi Wörtmeyer - © Hans Gerritsen

Qian Liu and Remi Wörtmeyer – © Hans Gerritsen

Igone de Jongh and Daniel Camargo - © Hans Gerritsen

Igone de Jongh and Daniel Camargo – © Hans Gerritsen

Qian Liu and Remi Wörtmeyer - © Hans Gerritsen

Qian Liu and Remi Wörtmeyer – © Hans Gerritsen

Igone de Jongh and Daniel Camargo - © Hans Gerritsen

Igone de Jongh and Daniel Camargo – © Hans Gerritsen

Qian Liu and Remi Wörtmeyer - © Hans Gerritsen

Qian Liu and Remi Wörtmeyer – © Hans Gerritsen

Frank Bridge Variations - © Hans Gerritsen

Frank Bridge Variations – © Hans Gerritsen

Igone de Jongh, Qian Liu, Remi Wörtmeyer and daniel Camargo, “Frank Bridge Variations” choreography by Hans van Manen, music by Benjamin Britten (Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge (opus 10): Introduction and Theme, Adagio, March, Bourrée Classique, Wiener Walzer, Moto Perpetuo, Funeral March, Chant, Fugue and Finale), costumes by Keso Dekker from “Made in Amsterdam”, Het Nationale Ballet Dutch National Ballet. (general rehearsal)

Musical accompaniment: Dutch Ballet Orchestra conducted by Matthew Rowe

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Posted by on Sunday, February 12, 2017 in Unique

 

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“Quintett” by Ballett Zürich

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Irmina Kopaczynska and Alexander Jones – © Carlos Quezada/Ballett Zürich

Mélanie Borel and Daniel Mulligan - © Carlos Quezada/Ballett Zürich

Mélanie Borel and Daniel Mulligan – © Carlos Quezada/Ballett Zürich

© Carlos Quezada - Ballett Zürich

Jan Casier and Anna Khamzina – © Carlos Quezada/Ballett Zürich

Francesca dell'Aria, Anna Khamzina and Cristian Alex Assis  - © Carlos Quezada/Ballett Zürich

Francesca dell’Aria, Anna Khamzina and Cristian Alex Assis – © Carlos Quezada/Ballett Zürich

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Katja Wünsche and Tars Vandebeek – © Carlos Quezada/Ballett Zürich

Irmina Kopaczynska, Alexander Jones, Mélanie Borel and Daniel Mulligan, “Kammerballett” choreography by Hans van Manen, music by Kara Karayev (24 Preludes for Piano: nr. 1, 2, 3 and 5, Domenico Scarlatti (Sonate in C major K.159 and Sonate in b minor K.87: Andante), John Cage (In a Landscape) costumes by
Keso Dekker

Jan Casier, Anna Khamzina, Francesca dell’Aria and Cristian Alex Assis, “Rituals from Another When” choreography, stage design, costumes and lighting design by Jacopo Godani, music by Ulrich Müller and Siegfried Rössert (48nord)

Katja Wünsche and Tars Vandebeek, “Quintett” choreography by William Forsythe in collaboration with Dana Caspersen, Stephen Galloway, Jacopo Godani, Thomas McManus and Jone San Martin, music by Gavin Bryars, stage design and lighting design by William Forsythe, costumes by Stephen Galloway

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Posted by on Saturday, February 11, 2017 in Unique

 

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Igone de Jongh and Jozef Varga

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© Angela Sterling

Igone de Jongh and Jozef Varga, “Frank Bridge Variations” choreography by Hans van Manen, music by Benjamin Britten (Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge (opus 10): Introduction and Theme, Adagio, March, Bourrée Classique, Wiener Walzer, Moto Perpetuo, Funeral March, Chant, Fugue and Finale), costumes by Keso Dekker from “Made in Amsterdam I”, Het Nationale Ballet Dutch National Ballet (general rehearsal)

Musical accompaniment: Dutch Ballet Orchestra conducted by Matthew Rowe

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Posted by on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 in Unique

 

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Alexis Geddes and Aymeric Aude

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Alexis Geddes and Aymeric Aude, “Black Cake” choreography by Hans van Manen, music Pyotr Tchaikovsky (Third movement from Symfonie nr. 6 (Pathétique) in b minor), Leos Janácek (Adagio), Igor Stravinsky (Scherzo à la Russe), Pietro Mascagni (Intermezzo from the opera L’Amico Fritz) and Jules Massenet (Méditation from the opera Thaïs), costumes by Keso Dekker from Hoera voor Hans Hooray for Hans” (“Polish Pieces”, “Squares”, “In and Out” and “Black Cake”, all choreographies by Hans van Manen), Introdans

World premiere on April 20, 1989 in Nederlands Dans Theater, The Hague, The Netherlands

The performance has its premiere on January 21, 2017 in Stadtheater Arnhem. Performance period in dutch and german theatres until June 2, 2017.

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Posted by on Sunday, January 22, 2017 in Unique

 

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Jamy Schinkelshoek and Mathieu DiScala

© Hans Gerritsen

© Hans Gerritsen

© Hans Gerritsen

© Hans Gerritsen

Jamy Schinkelshoek and Mathieu DiScala, “In and Out” choreography by Hans van Manen, music by Laurie Anderson (Walking and falling, Let X = X, It tango) and Nina Hagen (Der Spinner, Fisch im Wasser, Naturträne), costumes by Keso Dekker from Hoera voor Hans Hooray for Hans” (“Polish Pieces”, “Squares”, “In and Out” and “Black Cake”, all choreographies by Hans van Manen), Introdans

The performance has its premiere on January 21, 2017 in Stadtheater Arnhem. Performance period in dutch and german theatres until June 2, 2017

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Posted by on Friday, January 20, 2017 in Unique

 

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“Hoera voor Hans – Hooray for Hans”

© Hans Gerritsen

© Hans Gerritsen

“Polish Pieces” choreography by Hans van Manen, music Henryk Mikołaj Górecki, costume Keso Dekker from Hoera voor Hans Hooray for Hans” (“Polish Pieces”, “Squares”, “In and Out” and “Black Cake”, all choreographies by Hans van Manen), Introdans

The performance has its premiere on January 21, 2017 in Stadtheater Arnhem. Performance period in dutch and german theatres until June 2, 2017.

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Posted by on Friday, January 13, 2017 in Unique

 

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