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#1 aspirant

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Posted 20 March 2004 - 07:08 AM

Announced at the Press Release Meeting yesterday:

Ballet i Kastellet
Anna Karinina: Ratmansky
Abdallah: Bournonville
Etudes: Lander
Lifeguards on Amager: Bournonville
Hans og Grethe: Isberg
In the Night, Fancy Free: Robbins
Far From Denmark: Bournonville
Nutcracker: Ratmansky
Vers un Pays Sage: Maillot
La Sylphide: Bounonville
City of Twist: Petronio (guestperformance), Kridt: Rushton (NDDT guestperformance), New Work: Rushton (RDB)
Napoli: Bournonville
Conservatory: Bournonville
The Little Mermaid: Neumeier
La Ventana, Kermesse: Bournonville
A Folktale: Bournonville

Guest Performances at New Opera House:

Jo Stroemgen Kompani
Anja Joergensen: Uppercut Danseteater
Joergen Carlslund: Corona Danseteater
Peter Shaufuss: 'Harald'
Tim Ruston: NDDT

#2 Luxie

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Posted 12 May 2004 - 04:12 AM

When will rehearsals begin for some of the new performances that are listed for the new season?

(Sorry if its a really stupid question but I've only been watching ballet for about 12 months and I still have to learn a lot of obvious things..) :thumbsup:

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#3 Alexandra

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Posted 15 May 2004 - 09:02 AM

Luxie, some have probably already begun -- I don't think there's a predictable schedule, at any company, especially one that uses choreographers or stagers from outside the company, as the schedule will depend on their other commitments. Often ballets for the next season are rehearsed at the end of the season -- or at least the rehearsals begin -- and then resume a few weeks before the premiere.


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