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Composer: Czerny, Carl (1791-1857)

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Year of birth1791
Year of death1857
NationalityUnknown
PeriodRomantic
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BudapestOMG

OMG
Delibes, Tchaikovsky, Czerny
George Balanchine; Harald Lander; Hungarian National Ballet; Imre Kollár; István Rózsa; Nóra Rományi

ParisPianos viennois 1800-1850 de La Nouvelle Athènes

Mozart, Beethoven, Hummel, Czerny, Schubert, Moscheles, Schumann
Alain Planès; Edoardo Torbianelli; Chiara Banchini; Florent Albrecht

San FranciscoIn Space and Time

Jenkins, Various, Czerny
Helgi Tomasson; Cathy Marston; Harald Lander; San Francisco Ballet
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Theme and Variations / Études opens in Budapest

The Hungarian National Ballet in Etudes © Szilvia Csibi | Hungarian State Opera
A double bill that focuses on the purity of classical ballet form, in a fine combined 70th Anniversary celebration, excellently performed by Hungarian National Ballet.  
***11
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Cage / Etudes / Human Seasons at the Bolshoi

Anastasia Stashkevich (Novice), Erick Svolkin (The Second Untruder), The Cage © Damir Yusupov/Bolshoi Theatre
Etudes is a welcome addition to the Bolshoi's repertoire.
****1
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White, Black – Opposites in Attraction

Jiří Kylián's Falling Angels © Attila Nagy
The Hungarian Nation Ballet presents a stunning programme in which Kyliàn's Black and White masterpieces are paired with Lander's polished Études
****1
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Boston Ballet's Pricked

Boston Ballet’s D.M.J. 1953-1977 © Rosalie O’Connor
Boston Ballet's triple bill Pricked, demonstrates the company's versatility both technically and expressively, while showcasing ballet’s traditional past in Études and its more recent incarnations in D.M.J. 1953-1977 and Cacti. 
****1
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Ecstasy and Death: An excellent triple bill by English National Ballet

Le Jeune Homme et la Mort  ©  David Jensen
For their second show in the London Coliseum this year, English National Ballet has presented the first programme entirely designed by its new artistic director Tamara Rojo.
****1
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