Staatsballett Berlin writes on Facebook: Our new video introductions give you a brief overview of the production and its peculiarities. You get background knowledge which will help you in preparing for the #performance and draws your attention to the key moments of the ballet evening. We start with “Duato | Kylián” and hope you enjoy… Continue reading Staatsballett Berlin introduces video introductions (don’t worry – they are subtitled!)
Staatsballet Berlin just shared this Shoko photo set.
Shoko Nakamura is back in Berlin as a guest soloist. She will dance 2 x Onegin (Schiller) and 2 x Swan Lake (Deutsche Oper). Tonight is the first performance. Tickets here. 8 years ago: Photo: From Shoko’s Instagram channel.
After three succesfull performances with the Staatsballett Berlin in Onegin earlier this year, Korean superstar ballerina Hyo-Jung Kang is currently in Korea and Japan with Stuttgarter Ballett. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ronnie Rocket (@ronnierocket) Watch a wonderful segment from Stuttgart here: Buy tickets to future perfomances of Onegin in Berlin… Continue reading Korean ballerina Hyo-Jung Kang goes from Stuttgart to Berlin and Japan
Ballet dancer Shoko Nakamura, who had a successful career in Europe, has moved her base of activities to Japan — mainly to dance for the K-Ballet Company in Tokyo. To mark her return to Japan, Nakamura performed the title role in “Carmen” at Bunkamura Orchard Hall earlier this month in Shibuya, Tokyo. The production was… Continue reading Shoko Nakamura’s new life in Japan
Nice photo bomb!
On the occasion of Tanz im August Choreography MICHAEL CLARK Lighting design CHARLES ATLAS Costumes STEVIE STEWART & MICHAEL CLARK Dancers HARRY ALEXANDER, JULIE CUNNINGHAM, MELISSA HETHERINGTON, OXANA PANCHENKO, DANIEL SQUIRE, BENJAMIN WARBIS The British dance icon Michael Clark is back in Berlin with his most recent production in which he masterfully returns to his… Continue reading Michael Clark Company – animal / vegetable / mineral
Don Juan is one of the most dazzling figures in European cultural history. His origins are unclear, but since the early baroque period the legend surrounding his seductive powers and the inevitable punishment this brings him forms the centre of dramas as well as comedies. He provided improvisation-based folk theatres and puppet theatres with material… Continue reading Staatsballett Berlin: Don Juan – Ballet by Giorgio Madia
Patricia Zhou is a ballet dancer at the Staatsballett Berlin. She also runs a food blog, The Ballerina Chef. She does modelling for Adidas and others. She is hyperactive on numerous social media channels including Instagram and Twitter. Oh, and she sells her own homebaked cakes at a Thai market in West Berlin on Sundays!… Continue reading 24 Hours in a Berlin ballerina’s life (as seen on Instagram)