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Company looks for new director

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#1 Marc Haegeman

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Posted 04 April 2003 - 03:18 AM

The Royal Ballet of Flanders is looking for a successor for AD Robert Denvers who retires in 2005. The following ad is from the company's website (http://www.flandersballet.be/en/). We cross our fingers for what's going to come next....

Vacancy: Artistic Director

Job description:
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR with a new approach to programming. The successful candidate will be appointed for a period of 4 to 6 years, subject to renewal after assessment. The Royal Ballet of Flanders was founded in 1969 and is financially supported by the Flemish Government. As Belgium’s only classical ballet company, it maintains an internationally acclaimed classical repertoire and is considered one of the top ballet companies in Western Europe. At present, the Royal Ballet of Flanders consists of 49 dancers and 3 apprentices. The existing repertoire ranges from full-length story ballets to new works of contemporary choreographers. Performances are given on the RBF’s own stage in Antwerp, on tour in Belgium and The Netherlands, and abroad whenever possible.

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Posted 04 April 2003 - 05:23 AM

Marc, thank you for spreading this to the world ! :D
I beg the good fairies to send someone who will pamper us with classical ballet !
Although...I'm not so convinced about Leona Detiège's taste !? ;)

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