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A Program of New Choreography in Prague


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#1 Alexandra

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Posted 18 January 2014 - 03:24 PM

Ilona Landgraf has posted a review in her dvt blog of new works by Jiří and Otto Bubeníček:

 

Happy Czechs!

 

The Czech twins Jiří and Otto Bubeníček, principals of Dresden Semper Opera Ballet (Jiří) and Hamburg Ballet – John Neumeier (Otto), regularly gather dancers from various ensembles to tour their own creations worldwide under the label “Les Ballets Bubeníček”. To date, Rome and Tokyo as well as different locations in their homeland have lain on their route. After five years, they have returned to Prague's National Theater for one weekend to present a gala of four of their own choreographies: Two plotless, neoclassical pieces, “Le Souffle de l'Esprit” and “Toccata” contrasted with two narrative works, “Faun” and “The Picture of Dorian Gray”.

 

 




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