Triple bill


World premieres by Vittoria Girelli, Samantha Lynch, Morgann Runacre-Temple.
Triple bill


World premieres by Vittoria Girelli, Samantha Lynch, Morgann Runacre-Temple.
Choreography and Costumes
Vittoria Girelli
Davidson Jaconello (Auftragskomposition), Edward Elgar, Franz Schubert, Frédéric Chopin
Francesca Sgariboldi
Lukas Marian
Where does the time go?
Choreography and staging
Samantha Lynch
Luke Howard (Auftragskomposition), Ray Charles, Robert J. Byrd, Chuck Rio, Sandy Denny
Bregje Van Balen
David Sazinger
Choreography and Concept Video
Morgann Runacre-Temple
Mikael Karlsson (Auftragskomposition)
Stage and Costume
Sami Fendall
D.M. Wood
Choreographic assistence
Hannah Rudd
Harrison Cooke
Daniel Keller, Roman Müller
Establishing itself as one of the most popular programs of the season, CREATIONS goes into its fifth iteration, this time featuring three female choreographers from different countries and backgrounds: Vittoria Girelli, Samantha Lynch and Morgann Runacre-Temple.

Italian-born Vittoria Girelli, trained at the La Scala and English National Ballet schools, is a Demi-Soloist with the Stuttgart Ballet. Her first three works for the company – Chrysalis in 2020, Self-Deceit in 2022 and In Esisto in 2023 displayed an astonishingly mature command of a unique, hypnotic choreographic vocabulary resulting in original pas de deuxs and mesmerizing group formations. Greatly inspired by the visual arts – particularly of the 20th century - 25-year old Girelli seems to capture the Zeitgeist of her generation in terms of mood and aesthetics.

Australian-born Samantha Lynch is a Principal Dancer of the Norwegian Ballet where she initiated and runs the dancer’s choreography workshop NNB RAW. Together with Douwe Dekkers, she has created several works, including for: jake, which was selected for the International Draft Works series of the Royal Ballet in London. She made her debut on the main stage in Oslo with A Boléro in the spring of 2021. This will be her first work for a German company.

Born in England, Morgann Runacre-Temple has created an extensive body of works for, among others, Northern Ballet, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Scottish Ballet, English National Ballet, Ballet Central – and was Resident Choreographer of Ballet Ireland from 2009 to 2015. Her mostly narrative, at times dystopian works often integrate the skillful use of video and/or live camera, resulting in an entirely new experience for dance audiences. This is her second visit to the Swabian capital: in 2019 she created a work for the Noverre: Young Choreographers.

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