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Tatyana Ten and Ansagan Kobentai

Tatyana Ten – © Astana Ballet (no info about photographer)

Ansagan Cobentai – © Astana Ballet (no info about photographer)

Tatyana Ten Татьяна Тен and Ansagan Kobentai Ансаган Кобентай, “In the Middle Somewhat Elevated”, choreography, scenic, costume and original lighting design by William Forsythe, music by Thom Willems, Astana Ballet, Astana, Kazakhstan.

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Posted by on Thursday, April 2, 2020 in Unique

 

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Weronika Frodyma

Photographer Yan Revazov Ян Ревазов

Weronika Frodyma, “The Second Detail” choreography, set design, light and costumes by William Forsythe, music by Thom Willems from “BALANCHINE | FORSYTHE | SIEGAL”, Staatsballett Berlin Berlin State Ballet, Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Berlin, Germany.

Note: Original quality of photographs might be affected by compression algorithm of the websites where they are hosted.

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Staatsballett Berlin on WordPress

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Posted by on Thursday, February 6, 2020 in Unique

 

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Sarah Hess, Chinatsu Sugishima and Aeri Kim

Photographer Yan Revazov Ян Ревазов

Sarah Hess, Chinatsu Sugishima and Aeri Kim, “The Second Detail” choreography, set design, light and costumes by William Forsythe, music by Thom Willems from “BALANCHINE | FORSYTHE | SIEGAL”, Staatsballett Berlin Berlin State Ballet, Berlin, Germany.

Note: Original quality of photographs may be affected by compression algorithm of the websites where they are hosted

Source and more info at:
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Staatsballett Berlin on You Tube
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Staatsballett Berlin on WordPress

Photographer Yan Revazov Website
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Posted by on Saturday, November 30, 2019 in Unique

 

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Calley Skalnik and Harrison James

Photographer Karolina Kuras

Calley Skalnik and Harrison James, “The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude”, choreography, staging and lighting by William Forsythe, music by Franz Schubert (Symphony No. 9 in С major, Op. 31. Finale), costume by Stephen Galloway, The National Ballet of Canada from “Fall for Dance North”, Meridian Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. [October 4 (7:30pm) & October 5 (2pm)]

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Photographer Karolina Kuras Website
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“The Company Project”: a portrait of The National Ballet of Canada, photography by Karolina Kuras and interviews by Anne Donafeld

 
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Posted by on Friday, October 4, 2019 in Unique

 

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“In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated”, Astana Ballet

© Astana Ballet

© Astana Ballet

© Astana Ballet

© Astana Ballet

“In the Middle Somewhat Elevated”, choreography, scenic, costume and original lighting design by William Forsythe, music by Thom Willems, Astana Ballet, Astana, Kazakhstan.

Note I: Original quality of photographs might be affected by compression algorithm of the websites where they are hosted.

Note II: Info not provided about dancers and photographer.

Source and more info at:
Astana Ballet Website
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Posted by on Thursday, October 3, 2019 in Unique

 

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Polina Semionova Полина Семионова

Photographer Maria-Helena Buckley

Polina Semionova Полина Семионова, “The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude” choreography, staging and lighting by William Forsythe, music by Franz Schubert (Symphony No. 9 in С major, Op. 31. Finale), costume by Stephen Galloway, StaatsBallett Berlin Berlin State Ballet, Berlin, Germany

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Posted by on Thursday, August 15, 2019 in Unique

 

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Yolanda Correa

Photographer Yan Revazov Ян Ревазов

Yolanda Correa, “The Second Detail” choreography, set design, light and costumes by William Forsythe, music by Thom Willems from “BALANCHINE | FORSYTHE | SIEGAL”, Staatsballett Berlin Berlin State Ballet, Berlin, Germany

Note: Original quality of photographs may be affected by compression algorithm of the websites where they are hosted

Source and more info at:
Staatsballett Berlin Website
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Staatsballett Berlin on Pinterest
Staatsballett Berlin on You Tube
Staatsballett Berlin on Facebook
Staatsballett Berlin on Instagram
Staatsballett Berlin on WordPress

Photographer Yan Revazov Website
Photographer Yan Revazov on 500px
Photographer Yan Revazov on Pinterest
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Posted by on Friday, July 26, 2019 in Unique

 

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