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Performer: Edward Clug

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ZürichPeer GyntNew production

Peer Gynt
Grieg: Peer Gynt
Edward Clug; Ballett Zürich; Ballett Zürich Junior Company; Victorien Vanoosten; Marko Japelj; Leo Kulaš; Tomaz Premzl

LeipzigFaustGerman premiere

Faust
Lazar: Faust
Edward Clug; Leipziger Ballett; Matthias Foremny; Marko Japelj; Leo Kulaš
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PermPeer Gynt

Grieg: Peer Gynt
Edward Clug; Ben Stevenson; Perm Opera Ballet
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Musicians and dancers unite for Ravenna’s reimagined dance event

Hugo Marchand © Zani-Casadio
Beatrice Rana and Mario Brunello provide live music for seven internationally renowned dancers, including Paris Opéra Ballet’s Hugo Marchand and Spanish flamenco whizz Sergio Bernal, at the 15th-century Rocca Brancaleone.
****1
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McGregor and Mugler unveil a dance-fashion spectacle at the Coliseum

Ed Watson and Olga Smirnova in McGregor + Mugler © Sasha Gusov
Fêted collaboration lacks substance despite committed performances, and it's Cherkaoui's Faun that captures the human connection.
**111
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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
***11
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World première of Edward Clug's Faust in Zurich

Michelle Willems (Gretchen) and Jan Casier (Faust) © Gregory Batardon
Edward Clug’s choreography is consistently imaginative and powerful, and exceptionally ambitious in the case of “Faust”, which recently celebrated its world première in Zurich. 
****1
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An NDT2 Triumph Electrifies Zurich

NDT2 in Mutual Confort © Joris Jan Bos
As part of the nationwide “Steps” dance festival, NDT2 gave a degree of precision, theatrics, musicality, and humour that truly set the group apart.
*****
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Goecke and Clug reinvent Stravinsky

Katja Wunsche and artists of the Zurich Ballet in Clug's Sacre © Gregory Batardon
Just as Igor Stravinsky’s Petrushka and Le Sacre du Printemps opened up new musical horizons for dance at the start of the 20th century, Ballett Zürich’s Stravinsky evening sees two leading modern choreographers revive these works.
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