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Season 2002-2003 in Stuttgart

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#1 Estelle


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Posted 28 June 2002 - 02:35 PM

The 2002-2003 season of the Stuttgart Ballet is available on their web site at:

It will include the following full-length works:
-"Edward II" by David Bintley
-"Onegin" by John Cranko
-"Swan Lake" by John Cranko
-"The taming of the shrew" by John Cranko
-"Romeo and Juliet" by John Cranko (performed during a US tour)

and also the following mixed bills:
-"Dance views" (Marguerite Donlon, Douglas Lee, Daniela Kurz)
-"American Masters" (George Balanchine's "Symphony in C", Glen Tetley's "Pierrot Lunaire", Jerome Robbins' "The Concert")
-"Rendez-vous avec Chopin" (Michel Fokine's "Les Sylphides", Jerome Robbins' "Dances at a gathering", and a world premiere by Christian Spuck)
-"Dutch dances" (Hans Van Manen's "Grosse Fuge", Jiri Kylian's "No more Play", Paul Lightfoot's "Skw- Whuff", and a world premiere by Itzak Galili)
-"UK moves" (three world premieres by Wayne McGregor, Douglas Lee and Russell Maliphant)

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