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Performer: Pina Bausch

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LondonTanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch — Bluebeard.UK Première

Bartók: Bluebeard
Pina Bausch; Tanztheater Wuppertal

LondonPina Bausch / Germaine Acogny & Malou Airaudo — The Rite of Spring / common ground[s]UK Première

Stravinsky
Pina Bausch; Germaine Acogny; Malou Airaudo; École des Sables

GhentCherkaoui/ Bausch

Brzóska, Stravinsky
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui; Pina Bausch; Opera Ballet Vlaanderen; Alejo Pérez; Antony Gormley; Les Hommes; David Stockholm

AntwerpCherkaoui/ Bausch

Brzóska, Stravinsky
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui; Pina Bausch; Opera Ballet Vlaanderen; Alejo Pérez; Antony Gormley; Les Hommes; David Stockholm
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Persistent: outstanding triple bill celebrates female choreographers

Irek Mukhamedov and Katja Khaniukova in Annabelle Lopez Ochoa's Broken Wings © Laurent Liotardo
She Persisted is the sequel to English National Ballet's She Said, a triple bill featuring work by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Stina Quagebeur and Pina Bausch. 
*****
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A bold triple bill, bookended by two masters

Isaac Hernández: In The Middle, Somewhat Elevated © Laurent Liotardo
English National Ballet's ambitious triple bill does not disappoint; it shows a company on the rise. 
****1
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Pina's Masurca Fogo

Ruth Amarante in Masurca Fogo © Zerrin Aydin Herwegh
Tanztheater Wuppertal brings Pina Bausch's Masurca Fogo to London's Sader's Wells.
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Pina's last dance

© Laszlo Szito
Como el musguito en la piedra, ay si, si ,si (Like moss on a stone) is a smorgasbord full of perfectly-formed parcels of mouth-watering food. But a deep sense of poignancy pervades its vibrancy as Pina Bausch died unexpectedly just a few weeks after its premiere in 2009. 
****1
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Pina's Nelken blooms in Paris

More than thirty years since its premiere, Nelken continues to resonate for its poignant portrayals of oppression. 
*****
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