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Performer: Ballett Zürich

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ZurichNachtträumeWorld premiere

Various: Nachtträume
Marcos Morau; Ballett Zürich; Max Glaenzel; Silvia Delagneau; Martin Gebhardt

WinterthurHorizonteWorld premiere

McNamara
Shaked Heller; Samantha Lynch; Ballett Zürich Junior Company; Martin Gebhardt

ZurichThe Nutcracker

Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker
Marius Petipa; Lev Ivanov; Christian Spuck; Ballett Zürich; Ballett Zürich Junior Company; Paul Connelly; Rufus Didwiszus; Buki Shiff; Martin Gebhardt
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A fantasy-filled Peer Gynt thrills Zurich

Henrick Ibsen’s tragic figure is given a stunning interpretation by Romanian choreographer Edward Clug, who underscores the power of love.
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Ballett Zürich's Monteverdi celebrates music in dance

Blending the music of Monteverdi with lesser-known contemporaries, and even some pop, choreographer Christian Spuck takes leave of Zürich with a work that is as full of poetry as it is of emotional charge.

****1
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Christian Spuck's loveable Leonce and Lena returns to Ballett Zürich

Spuck’s Leonce and Lena is a feel-good treat that lifts the spirits measurably and makes a fine case for the modern genre.
****1
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A slippery end for Sacre in Zurich double bill

In Zurich, two sensational ballets by choreographers Johann Inger and Edward Clug pull out all the stops... including those on the water hoses.
****1
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Crystal Pite's Angels’ Atlas triumphs in Zurich

World-renowned choreographers Crystal Pite and Marco Goecke bring their unparalleled electricity and imagination to the Zurich stage.


*****
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Zurich Ballet returns for Chamber Minds and Walking Mad

An audience limited to 50 people watched Zurich Ballet perform Edward Clug’s electrifying Chamber Minds and Johan Inger's Vaudevillian *Walking Mad*.

****1
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