Triple Bill

Creations VII - IX

Girelli / Novitzky / Stiens and Heller
Triple Bill

Creations VII - IX

Girelli / Novitzky / Stiens and Heller
https://www.stuttgarter-ballett.de/ Stuttgarter Ballett Oberer Schloßgarten 6, 70173 Stuttgart

Creations VII - IX
Tue 18. Oct / 19:00
Schauspielhaus / Introduction in the Foyer 18:15
https://www.stuttgarter-ballett.de/ Stuttgarter Ballett Oberer Schloßgarten 6, 70173 Stuttgart

Creations VII - IX
Sun 23. Oct / 17:00
Schauspielhaus / Introduction in the Foyer 16:15
Further dates
Creations VII - IX
Self-deceit
Choreography, Stage, Costumes
Vittoria Girelli
Music
Davidson Jaconello (Auftragskomposition), John Tavener, Ludwig van Beethoven, Anton Arensky
Musical Arrangement
Davidson Jaconello
Stage and Lighting
A.J. Weissbard
World Premiere
29. Mai 2022, Stuttgarter Ballett
Reflection/s
Choreography
Roman Novitzky
Music
Magnus Mehl in Zusammenarbeit mit Philp Kannicht (Auftragskomposition)
Stage and Lighting
Yaron Abulafia
Costumes
Aliki Tsakalou
World Premiere
29. Mai 2022, Stuttgarter Ballett
Ifima
Choreography
Shaked Heller & Louis Stiens
Music
Anni Nöps (Auftragskomposition unter Verwendung von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Katharina Klement, u.a.)
Stage
Tom Unthan
Lighting
Jörg Schuchardt
World Premiere
29. Mai 2022, Stuttgarter Ballett
Vittoria Girelli, Roman Novitzky, Shaked Heller, and Louis Stiens authored the third edition of the CREATIONS series, presenting their new works in May 2022. Girelli drew inspiration from literature and art: from Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy as well as Francesca Woodman's black and white photographs. Girelli also worked closely with composer Davidson Jaconello, who not only composed himself, but also mixed everyday sounds with sounds by Ludwig van Beethoven, John Tavener, and Anton Arensky. Roman Novitzky, meanwhile, took the end of his active dancing career as an opportunity to look back on his over twenty years on stage and in the studio. Contrasting his great love, contemporary dance, with the classical ballet training which dominated his daily life, Novitzky reflects on, rejoices in and relinquishes this part of his life. The piece is set to a score written expressly for the piece by saxophonist Magnus Mehl in collaboration with sound engineer Philip Kannicht. As co-creators of their latest work Ifima, Stiens and Heller double their potential. In their first joint piece, two dancers stand on stage and interact with a third person who mediates between their different dance languages. The choreographic-duo revisit the past and create a literal reservoir of memories, with water providing new dance and aesthetic possibilities.

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The Nutcracker

Ballet by Edward Clug after E.T.A. Hoffmann