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Brahms-Schönberg Quartett / Enemy in the Figure / Große Fuge

Tuesday, 29. January 2008
08:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Nationaltheater

Duration est. 2 hours 30 minutes · Brahms-Schönberg Quartett (est. 08:00 pm - 08:45 pm ) · Interval (est. 08:45 pm - 09:05 pm ) · Große Fuge (est. 09:05 pm - 09:31 pm ) · Interval (est. 09:31 pm - 10:01 pm ) · Enemy in the Figure (est. 10:01 pm - 10:30 pm )

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Cast

Brahms-Schönberg Quartett

Musikalische Leitung
Michael Schmidtsdorff
Choreographie
George Balanchine
Einstudierung
Bart Cook
Einstudierung
Malin Thoors
Einstudierung
Karin von Aroldingen
Bühne und Kostüme
Hans-Martin Scholder
Licht
Christian Kass

Allegro Solopaar Dame
Zuzana Zahradníková
Allegro Solopaar Herr
Lukáš Slavický
Allegro Solistin
Stephanie Hancox
Intermezzo Solopaar Dame
Lucia Lacarra
Intermezzo Solopaar Herr
Cyril Pierre
Andante con moto Solopaar Dame
Ivy Amista
Andante con moto Solopaar Herr
Alen Bottaini
Rondo alla Zingarese Solopaar Dame
Roberta Fernandes
Rondo alla Zingarese Solopaar Herr
Marlon Dino

Enemy in the Figure

Musikalische Leitung
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Choreographie, Bühne, Kostüm, Licht
William Forsythe
Einstudierung
Ana C. Roman
Einstudierung
Chris Roman
Einstudierung
Noah D. Gelber
Einstudierung
Jill Johnson

Tänzerin I
Silvia Confalonieri
Tänzerin II
Leonor de Távora
Tänzerin III
Stephanie Hancox
Tänzerin IV
Claudine Schoch
Tänzerin V
Magdalena Lonska
Tänzerin VI
Sophia Carolina Fernandes
Tänzer I
Filip Janda
Tänzer II
Alen Bottaini
Tänzer III
Lukáš Slavický
Tänzer IV
Ilia Sarkisov
Tänzer V
Alan Barnes

Große Fuge

Musikalische Leitung
Michael Schmidtsdorff
Choreographie und Kostüme
Hans van Manen
Bühne
Jean Paul Vroom

Frau I
Roberta Fernandes
Frau II
Ivy Amista
Frau III
Séverine Ferrolier
Frau IV
Zuzana Zahradníková
Mann I
Nour El Desouki
Mann II
Lukáš Slavický
Mann III
Javier Amo
Mann IV
Cyril Pierre
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Biographies

Michael Schmidtsdorff was born in Hamburg. He studied conducting in his hometown and in Vienna. After being an assistance conductor at the Hamburgische Staatsoper and the Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar he became leading conductor and assistant musical director at the Theater Lüneburg.

In 1998, he conducted at the Hamburg Ballett John Neumeier for the first time and traveled around the world with the company over the years. Since 2002, he worked with the Berliner Staatsballett, the Ballet de l'Opéra Paris, the Ballett der Sächsischen Staatsoper Dresden, the Royal Danish Ballet in Copenhagen and the ballet of the Teatro Massimo in Palermo (together with the Martha Graham Dance Company New York in 2015). Further guest performances led him to St. Petersburg, Japan, San Francisco, Muscat (Oman) and to Cagliari.

Since 2005, Michael Schmidtsdorff regularly conducts performances with the Bayerisches Staatsballett. In February 2017 he accompanied the guest performance of the Bayerisches Staatsballett to Hong Kong.

Repertoire with the Bayerischen Staatsballett

The Lady of the Camellias (F. Chopin/J. Neumeier)
Swan Lake (P. Tschaikowsky /P. Bart/M. Petipa)
Brahms-Schönberg Quartett (G. Balanchine)
Große Fuge (L. van Beethoven / H. van Manen)
Le Corsaire (L. Minkus / M. Petipa / I. Liška)
Raymonda (A. Glasunow / M. Petipa / R. Barra)
Onegin (P. Tschaikowsky / J. Cranko)
Illusions – like Swan Lake (P. Tschaikowsky/J. Neumeier)
Giselle (A. Adam/M. Ek)
A Midsummer Night's Dream (F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy/J. Neumeier)
Sinfonie in C / in the Night / Adam is (G. Bizet/F. Chopin/G. Balanchine/ J. Robbins/ A. Barton)
La Bayadère (L. Minkus/M. Petipa/P. Bart)
Paquita (A. Ratmansky/ M. Petipa)
Terpsichore Gala IX & X (The World of the Ballets Russes, 20th anniversary season of the Staatsballetts)

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