A Gala Performance
"The Miracle of Stuttgart," a Gala Performance 

The Stuttgart Ballet has prepared an evening of young choreographers' works under the auspices of the Noverre Society, a venue for developing new talent. Ever since the founding of the Stuttgart Ballet, the Noverre Society has fostered the careers of many renowned choreographers, including John Neumaier, Jiri Kylián, and William Forsythe. This tradition, which helped propel Stuttgart into a major wellspring of twentieth-century ballet, is another aspect of "The Miracle of Stuttgart."

This gala performance includes four short ballets by the Society's founder, John Cranko, along with works by current resident choreographers Marco Goecke and Demis Volpi. In addition, the entire company will perform pieces by Itzik Gallili, Edward Klug, and other successful choreographers whose works are already familiar to Japanese audiences. This will be a "miraculous" evening that only the Stuttgart Ballet can bring together.

  Choreographer Cast
Hommage á Bolshoi John Cranko Alicia Amatriain
David Moore
Ssss... Eduard Clug Pablo von Sternenfels ★
Little Monsters Demis Volpi Elisa Badenes
Daniel Camargo
Holbergs Pas de Deux John Cranko Miriam Kacerova
Roman Novitzky
The Chambers of a Heart Itzik Galili Friedemann Vogel
Jason Reilly
Bite Katarzyna Kozielska Anna Osadcenko
Constantine Allen
Initialen R.B.M.E. (3rd movement) John Cranko Alicia Amatriain
Friedemann Vogel
Mopey Marco Goecke David Moore
Fanfare LX Dougles Lee Anna Osadcenko
Jason Reilly
Allure Demis Volpi Hyo-Jung Kang
The Taming of the Shrew (Pas de deux) John Cranko Elisa Badenes
Daniel Camargo
Legende John Cranko Alicia Amatriain
Friedemann Vogel
Are you as big as me? Roman Novitzky Matteo Crockard-Villa
Louis Stiens
Alexander Mc Gowan
In2 Fabio Adorisio Miriam Kacerova  ★
Constantine Allen
Mono Lisa Itzik Galili Hyo-Jung Kang
Jason Reilly
Don Quijote (Pas de deux 3.Act) M. Guerra Elisa Badenes
Daniel Camargo

★ Piano accompaniment
※ The order of the program is subject to change.
※ The program pieces and performers are as of April 17, 2015. Please be aware that either may change due to circumstances within the company, injuries to dancers, or other factors.

Photos:Stuttgarter Ballett

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