On this day
June 10th, 1969: Opening Night in New York
June 10th, 2020

On this day 51 years ago, the Stuttgart Ballet performed in New York City for the first time. On June 10th, 1969, John Crankos Onegin opened a series of performances running for a total of three weeks at the Metropolitan Opera House.
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On this day
May 21st, 1978: World Premiere My Brother, My Sisters
May 21st, 2020

On this day 42 years ago Kenneth MacMillan’s ballet about siblings living in claustrophobic isolation premiered in Stuttgart.
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On this day
May 17th, 1975: Premiere Return To A Strange Land
May 17th, 2020

On this day 45 years ago Jiří Kylián’s final version of Return To A Strange Land was premiered. A year earlier, the Czech choreographer had created a first version dedicated to John Cranko, who had died in 1973.
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May 10th, 1987: Premiere The Sleeping Beauty
May 10th, 2020

ON THIS DAY … 33 years ago Marcia Haydée’s The Sleeping Beauty saw the light of day. Having danced in numerous versions during the course of her career, the prima ballerina / ballet director / choreographer finally decided to mount her own production of this beloved fairytale in 1987. And how she did it!
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