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John Cranko; Dutch National Ballet; Ermanno Florio; Dutch Ballet Orchestra
Marc Albrecht; Krzysztof Warlikowski; Dutch National Opera; Małgorzata Szczęśniak; Christopher Maltman; Marcel Beekman
Raskatov: A Dog's Heart
Martyn Brabbins; Simon McBurney; Dutch National Opera; Michael Levine; Christina Cunningham; Sergei Leiferkus; Ville Rusanen
Carlo Rizzi; Damiano Michieletto; Dutch National Opera; Paolo Fantin; Agostino Cavalca; Saimir Pirgu; Luca Salsi
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Alexei Ratmansky; Dutch National Ballet; Matthew Rowe; Dutch Ballet Orchestra
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Clarity and mounting horror in the orchestra pit, the full truth and ugliness of the human condition onstage. Dutch National Opera’s new production of Wozzeck is stomach-churning for all the right reasons.
Wheeldon’s vocabulary, Ratmansky’s Lyricism, Pastor’s roaring engine and Dawson’s mesmerising planetary roaming little prince Edo Wijnen, make for a happy afternoon.
Dutch National Ballet proves its innovative tradition of modern ballet with playful, serious, subtle and powerful pieces.
Tcherniakov's moving production delves into the psychological rather than revelling in the spectacular.
The revival of this nine-year-old production feels dated, but its three Rs – Ruiten, Rose and Rhorer – make it a worthwhile evening.
Coppelia's convincing cartoon world with some great dancing by soloists De Jongh and Camargo and comedic genius by Yanowsky.
With its monumental sets designed by Anish Kapoor, Pierre Audi’s abstract Parsifal at Dutch National Opera is spectacular, led by the excellent Christopher Ventris, with Günther Groissböck shining in his role debut as Gurnemanz.