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October 2018
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KrefeldSouvenirs aus West und Ost

Various: Souvenirs from West and East
Robert North; Unknown; Andreas Fellner


Various: Jewels
George Balanchine; Bavarian State Ballet; Robert Reimer; Peter Harvey; Barbara Karinska; Bayerisches Staatsorchester

BirminghamSilent Film Night: Nosferatu

Silent Film Night: Nosferatu
Various: Improvised organ accompaniment to Nosferatu
Alexander Mason; David Powell

BudapestGaye Su Akyol / Meszecsinka

Gaye Su Akyol / Meszecsinka
Gaye Su Akyol; Meszecsinka

BergenThe Horror

Goldsmith, Young, Various, Oldfield
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra; Torodd Wigum; Edvard Grieg Youth Choir; Bergen Private Gymnas kor; Bergen Guttekor; Bergen Pikekor
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NDT2 in Berlin: Let the Dust settle

NDT2 in Clug's Mutual Comfort © Joris Jan Bos Photography
NDT 2’s 'microcosm' is on display at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele with a mixed bill of four works created for these young talents
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Out of the black box: Projecting [space[ Meg Stuart / Damaged Good

Projecting [Space[, Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods, Jeroen Peeters & Jozef Wouters © Laura van Severen
Projecting [space[ by Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods is a two hour immersion between dance and performance art, a way of finding the Other within us, presented at the Reinbeckhallen for HAU.
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World Premieres at NYCB Deliver Much-Needed Jolt

NYCB in Matthew Neenan’s The Exchange, in costumes by Gareth Pugh © Paul Kolnik
As City Ballet grapples with lawsuits and lurid accusations, and the loss of an unprecendented number of male principals, new works by Kyle Abraham, Gianna Reisen, and Matthew Neenan stoke inspired performances from the dancers. 
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The trocks continue to delight London

Alla Snizova (C Hopuy) and Mikhail Mypansarov (R Vega)  in Tchaikovsky PDD (after G Balanchine) © Emma Kauldhar
Burlesque ballet - a wonderful mix of serious, comical, pastiche mixed with envy, self-doubt, rivalry and a swig or two of bourbon... 
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Berlin: Beyond contemporary Ballet

Staatsballett Berlin in Celis' Your Passion is Pure Joy © Jubal Battisti
To reassure the sceptics, the break from tradition of Stijn Celis’ Your Passion is Pure Joy to Me, and Sharon Eyal’s and Gai Behar’s Half Life made for a great start to the Staatsballett Berlin’s new season.
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