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Kylián – Bridges of Time


Gods & Dogs – Czech premiere: 13. 11. 2019 Forgotten Land – guest KNB

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Forgotten Land

Choreography: Jiří Kylián
Music: Benjamin Britten
Costumes: John F. Macfarlane
Light design: Hans-Joachim Haas
Video: Hans Knill

Gods and Dogs

Chroreography and sets: Jiří Kylián
Music: Dirk Haubrich, Ludwig van Beethoven
Costumes: Joke Visser
Light design: Kees Tjebbes
Computer controlled projection: Tatsuo Unemi, Daniel Bisig
Projections: Dag Johan Haugerud, Cecilie Semec

Petite Mort

Chroreography and sets: Jiří Kylián
Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Costumes: Joke Visser
Light design: Jiří Kylián, Joop Caboort
Lighting redesign: Kees Tjebbes
Assistant choreographer: Roslyn Anderson
Ballet master: Jiří Kodym, Tereza Podařilová

Sechs Tänze (Six Dances)

Choreofraphy, set and costumes: Jiří Kylián
Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Light design: Jiří Kylián, Joop Caboort
Lighting redesign: Kees Tjebbes
Assistant choreographer: Roslyn Anderson
Ballet master: Nelly Danko, Radek Vrátil

During three special evenings the Czech National Ballet will introduce not only the work of the Czech choreographer Jiří Kylián but also a significant quest – the Korean National Ballet. This company will perform here for the first time and will enrich the evening with another Kylián choreography – Forgotten Land.

In addition to the special appearance of the Korean Ballet, a Czech premiere of Kylián’s choreography Gods and Dogs will take place at the National Theatre during this time. It is one of his more recent works and it is a great honour to have it in our repertoire.

The mosaic of three exceptional evenings will be complemented with two other works of Jiří Kylián – Petite Mort and Sechs Tänze danced by the Czech National Ballet.

Premiere: 13 November 2019 at the National Theatre

Soloists and corps de ballet of The Czech National Ballet
Guest: Korean National Ballet

Photo of the visual image: Gert Weigelt

Cast

to be announced.

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