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Guide to Zurich Ballet

Scroll down this page to find out all you need to know about Zurich Ballet, read reviews and featured articles, find events and performances and see video clips of previous works...
<i>Schwanensee</i> with choreography by Marius Petipa and Lew Iwanow, set design, costumes Jérôme Kaplan © Carlos Quezada
Schwanensee with choreography by Marius Petipa and Lew Iwanow, set design, costumes Jérôme Kaplan
© Carlos Quezada
February 2017
Evening performance
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ZürichQuintettNew production

Various, Bryars
Hans van Manen; Jacopo Godani; William Forsythe; Dana Caspersen; Stephen Galloway; Thomas McManus; Jone San Martin; Ballett Zürich; Keso Dekker


Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake
Marius Petipa; Lev Ivanov; Ballett Zürich; Zurich Junior Ballet; Rossen Milanov; Pavel Baleff; Jérôme Kaplan

WinterthurUn Ballo

Jiří Kylián; Benoît Favre; Ballett Zürich; Zurich Junior Ballet; Michael Küster

ZürichCorpusNew production

World Premiere
Douglas Lee; Filipe Portugal; Ballett Zürich; Zurich Junior Ballet; Christopher Moulds; Martin Gebhardt; Michael Küster; Orchestra La Scintilla Zurich
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Messa di Requiem

Christian Spuck’s new ballet Messa da Requiem in Zurich, is a breathtakingly powerful achievement. But its profound impact is spurred by more than dance alone.
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Goecke's Petrushka / Clug's Sacre in Zurich

Choreographers Marco Goerke and Edward Clug take Stravinsky’s two most familiar ballet works to a whole new level.
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Footprints XII in Zurich: Today’s choreography, tomorrow’s dancers

Getting a glimpse of a next generation of promising artists is always a fascinating pursuit. Seeing the Zurich Dance Academy’s 12th annual “Footprints” performance was no exception.
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Spuck's Der Sandman, Zurich Ballet

Christian Spuck’s marvellous ballet "Der Sandmann" (Sandman) was first performed in Stuttgart in the spring of 2006, but this marks its first run in Zurich.
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Myth, magic and sacrifice: the new season in Zurich

Zurich Opera and Ballet present seasons packed with new productions of dark works that are dominated by myth, magic or sacrifice. From Greek myth to magic bullets to giving up the one you love, it’s a powerful season destined to move Swiss audiences.