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Performer: Hans van Manen

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ZürichWalking Mad / Kleines RequiemNew production

Walking Mad / Kleines Requiem
Various, Górecki
Johan Inger; Hans van Manen; Ballett Zürich; Pavel Baleff; Keso Dekker; Erik Berglund

TokyoYoshida Miyako’s Selection: The Greatest BalletsNew production

Yoshida Miyako’s Selection: The Greatest Ballets
Piazzolla, Bach, Tchaikovsky
Hans van Manen; David Dawson; George Balanchine; The National Ballet of Japan; Martin Yates; Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
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Arqués fiery Ignite captures the attention at Dutch National Ballet

Kleines Requiem: Martin ten Kortenaar and Sasha Mukhamedov © Hans Gerritsen
Anna Tsygankova is clearly enjoying her part in Forsythe's Pas/Parts 2018, an exposé of the vocabulary of modern ballet.
****1
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Dutch Masters: The welcome return of Introdans to London

Introdans in Polish Pieces © Hans Gerritsen
A seamless aesthetic of elegant and fluid dance, impressive musicality and impactful design 
***11
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A boisterous Junior Company showcases experimental choreography

Alexandria Marx and Dingkai Bai in What got you here © Hans Gerritsen
What the young dancers lack in finesse they make up in boisterousness. Sidorova's dance vocabulary seems endless. Kuindersma's Mesmer radiates into the theatre.
***11
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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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In the Future

Alexandria Marx & Michele Esposito in Fingers in the Air © Michel Schnater
In the future features exciting works by Juanjo Arques and Hans van Manen, and is the most exciting programme by the Junior Company so far.
****1
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Exciting collaborations in Dutch Doubles

Yuanyuan Zhang & Martin ten Kortenaar in Impermanence © Hans Gerritsen
Ballet and pop music meet in a new work by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and other exciting collaborations by Ernst Meisner, Hans van Manen and Wubkje Kuindersma
***11
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