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Coppelia

Coppelia is the most classic of the French Ballets. Created in 1870 at the Opera de Paris, it fed on the evolution of the society and on the choregrapher's imagination. Here is a "sparkling" version modernized and pacey. The action takes place in the America of Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Jérôme Robbins. Style and spirit of the musicals of Broadway, Hollywood fantasy... and 40 dancers!

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The Golden Horde

Besieged by worries, the Spirit of Khan Batyï wanders throughout his immense kingdom, dragging behind him an «arba» or wagon bearing the destiny of the rich and powerful Golden Horde. Tokhtamych, Khan of the Golden Horde appears, with his advisor the Vizir and Murza, the Khan’s invincible general.

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Gauthier Dance: POPPEA // POPPEA

Inspired by the final opera of Claudio Monteverdi, L’incoronazione di Poppea, Christian Spuck choreographed POPPEA//POPPEA which was included among the 10 top productions of the season 2009/10 by the British trade magazine Dance Europe and earned Christian Spuck the German Theatre Prize The Faust 2011.

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Mahlermania: Nico and the Navigators

In their first production at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Nico and the Navigators tackle the cosmos of Gustav Mahler's songs in an evening of poetical and physical expression that endeavours to distil this sifting of senses for the stage.

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A Swan Lake

Choreographer Alexander Ekman filled the Main Stage at the Oslo Opera House with 5,000 litres of water. In A Swan Lake, his new full-length work created for the Norwegian National Ballet, the dancers are joined on stage by actors, a soprano, musicians and 1,000 rubber ducks.

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Chaplin

The small guy with his mustache, his bowler hat and his bamboo cane is world-famous. However, who is the man behind this figure? Mario Schröder wondered the same thing when choreographing “Chaplin”.

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Delibes: Coppelia

The Víctor Ullate Ballet brings to its repertoire a new version of an important, internationally performed classic. Choreographer and artistic director Eduardo Lao has assumed the task of reinventing Coppélia, using his versatile company of 23 dancers to contribute his personal vision.

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