Duato | Forsythe | Goecke

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This ballet-evening is composed of works of three of the most significant choreographers of our time. Nacho Duato’s creation ARCANGELO is a choreography which had its world premiere in 2000 and which is one of the master pieces of the Spanish choreographer. William Forsythe’s HERMAN SCHMERMAN is from 1992 and is nowadays in the contemporary repertory of many classical companies. Marco Goecke, whose choreographies are shown all over Germany, developed a world premiere for Staatsballett Berlin for the first time: AND THE SKY ON THAT CLOUDY OLD DAY
ARCANGELO

Choreography by: Nacho Duato
Music (recorded) by: Arcangelo Corelli , Alessandro Scarlatti
Sets and Costumes: Nacho Duato
Assistant to the choreographer: Thomas Klein

HERMAN SCHMERMAN

Choreography by: William Forsythe
Music (recorded) by: Thom Willems
Sets and costumes by: William Forsythe
Assistant to the choreographer: Stephanie Arndt
Assistant to the choreographer: Noah Gelber

AND THE SKY ON THAT CLOUDY OLD DAY

Choreography by: Marco Goecke
Music by: John Adams
Set and costumes by: Marco Goecke
Light by: Udo Haberland
Dramaturgy: Nadja Kadel

STAATSOPER IM SCHILLER THEATER
Friday, 11.04.2014
19.30 h
15 – 53 €

Further Events:
27 | 29 September 2013
11 October 2013
11 | 18 | 19 April 2014

Choreography by: Nacho Duato
Choreography by: William Forsythe
Choreography by: Marco Goecke
Solisten und Corps de ballet des Staatsballetts Berlin
Musik vom Tonträger

2:10 h | 2 intermissions
45 minutes before each performance (except premieres), there is an introduction in the opera house.
It is prepared and moderated by students of the institute of dance studies (Institut für Tanzwissenschaft) of Freie Universität Berlin.

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