Triple Bill

Break-Through!

A co-production of the German National Theatre Weimar and the Stuttgart Ballet
World premieres by Edward Clug, Katarzyna Kozielska and Nanine Linning
Triple Bill

Break-Through!

A co-production of the German National Theatre Weimar and the Stuttgart Ballet
World premieres by Edward Clug, Katarzyna Kozielska and Nanine Linning
2 hours, 2 breaks
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Choreography
Katarzyna Kozielska
Music
Benjamin Magnin de Cagny
Stage and Costumes
Katharina Schlipf
Lighting
Katarzyna Kozielska, Adrian Groß
World Premiere
28. März 2019, Stuttgarter Ballett
Patterns in 3/4
Choreography
Edward Clug
Music
Milko Lazar, Steve Reich
Stage
Marko Japelj
Costumes
Leo Kulaš
World Premiere
28. März 2019, Stuttgarter Ballett
REVOLT
Overall Concept and Choreography
Nanine Linning
Music
Michael Gordon
Electronics Assembly
Dieter Fenchel
Stage and Lighting
Ingo Joos, Nanine Linning
Costumes
Irina Shaposhnikova
World Premiere
28. März 2019, Stuttgarter Ballett
Weimar 1919: The city and the year in which Germany's first democratic constitution was declared, in which the monarchy was abolished and basic liberties and rights as well as the vote for women were established. Weimar 1919: The city and the year in which a revolutionary new school was founded, a school which united crafts and fine arts for the first time, a school which accepted students regardless of their sex, religion, ethnicity and educational background: the Bauhaus school.

These two events still stand today for political and artistic breakthroughs and hold a mythical place in German cultural history. In a co-production with the German National Theatre in Weimar, the Stuttgart Ballet has commissioned three choreographers to create three new works inspired by these events. The works will receive their world premieres in Stuttgart; one week later the triple bill will be performed at the National Theatre in Weimar – on the same day as the opening of the new Bauhaus Museum. Tamas Detrich has chosen choreographers Nanine Linning, Katarzyna Kozielska and Edward Clug to create new works for this special evening which will reflect on history, politics and art.
C: Katarzyna Kozielska
D: Mizuki Amemiya, Diana Ionescu
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C: Katarzyna Kozielska
D: Diana Ionescu, Ciro Ernesto Mansilla
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C: Katarzyna Kozielska
D: Alicia Garcia Torronteras, Matteo Crockard-Villa
Photo Stuttgarter Ballett
C: Edward Clug
D: Ami Morita, Fabio Adoriso, Hyo-Jung Kang, Roman Novitzky
Photo Stuttgarter Ballett
C: Edward Clug
D: Hyo-Jung Kang, Roman Novitzky
Photo Stuttgarter Ballett
C: Edward Clug
D: Hyo-Jung Kang, Ami Morita
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C: Nanine Linning
D: Angelina Zuccarini, Ensemble
Photo Stuttgarter Ballett
C: Nanine Linning
D: Alessandro Giaquinto, Ensemble
Photo Stuttgarter Ballett
C: Nanine Linning
D: Angelina Zuccarini, Ensemble
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