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Royal Danish Ballet 2010/2011 season

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#1 Jane Simpson

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 07:57 AM

Nikolaj Hubbe announced next season's programme at a press conference this morning, Dates are for the first night of each programme.

Swan Lake (Peter Martins) 15 Sep 2010

Napoli (this season's new production) 25 Sept 2010

Dans2Go (Serenade/Jord/pas de deux) 8 Oct 2010

Who the Hell is Nijinsky? (Danish title is Hvem f..#%&! er Nijinskij...?) 16 Oct 2010

Sleeping Beauty (new production, Christopher Wheeldon) 26 Nov 2010

A Midsummer Night's Dream (Neumeier) 7 Jan 2011

Choreographic workshop (New works by company members) 18 Feb 2011

A Folk Tale (new production by Nikolaj Hubbe and Sorella Englund) 11 Mar 2011

Ballet evening (Etudes, Conservatoire/new Kobborg) 30 April 2011

Dans2Go is a programme designed to introduce newcomers to the different things ballet can do - all tickets one price, much cheaper than usual.

Who the hell...? is a programme devised and given by the RDB School's company, Kompagni B, and is aimed at their contemporaries.

A Folk Tale will have new decor by Mai Stensgaard, who did the designs for the RDB's Manon

The 'ballet evening' is to show Danish choreographers from 3 centuries; Hubbe and Thomas Lund are to work on the revival of Etudes, and Kobborg's piece, to continue the theme of the other ballets, will start in a ballet classroom.

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 06:09 PM

Thank you for this, Jane!

Eva Kistrup has just posted about next season, and some other news, in her danceviewtimes blog.

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