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Subtle Dust

“Very attractive and performed at a high level by the young dancers of ndt 2” Het Parool This piece created by house choreographers sol león & paul lightfoot is part…

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Bella Figura

Nederlands Dans Theater Jiří Kyliáns piece ‘Bella Figura’ for the NDT 1 programme ‘Sometimes, I wonder’.  Bella Figura (1995) is considered a Kylián masterpiece. It was one of the first…

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Dare to Say

In continuation of our season 2020-2021, Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT) is very excited to present the second programme, performed by NDT 2. Dare to Say presents two works by distinctive makers. Alexander…

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Walk the Demon

Central to Goecke’s new work is the conception of dance as art, which also makes a ‘voice’ audible behind the movement, and the desire to reinforce that voice of the…

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Car-Men

Choreographer Jiři Kylián and director Boris Paval Conen made the film on location at coal mine int the Czech Republic, where Kylián choreographed the piece for four dancers on the…

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Standby & She Remembers

Sol and Paul about the films “In three small weeks within the studios at Lucent Danstheater, we have choreographed not one, but two world premieres and filmed them with top…

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Stop-Motion

In their 26 years as a choreographic duo, Sol León and Paul Lightfoot have built a rich repertoire of over fifty ballets which show a wide range of compelling pieces…

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Duende

Duato’s ‘ideas’ for choreography are almost always preceded by his choice of music, which characterises his working method. Maybe this applies to Duende in particular, because the music was the…

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The Statement

In light of current events, the topicality of The Statement is probably what is most striking about Crystal Pite’s new work, as the expression of the characters and their use…

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Secus

Ohad Naharin made ‘Shalosh’ (three) in 2005. The ballet consists of three parts: ’Bellus’ (beauty), ’Humus’ (earth), and ’Secus’ (this instead of that). ‘Secus’ was first performed separately in 2012…