Four exciting choreographies about women and men, about order and spontaneity.
Lukáš Timulák, Jiří Kylián, Nacho Duato Director:
Lukáš Timulák, Jiří Kylián, Nacho Duato Set Design:
Peter Biľak, Jiří Kylián Costume Design:
Annemarije van Harten, Joke Visser, Luis Devota, Modesto Lomba Lighting Design:
Yutaka Endo, Kees Tjebbes, Nicolás Fischtel Assistant Choreographers: Ivan Příkaský, Jana Ruggieri, Gustavo Beserra Quintans
List of performances
World choreographies in the Mahen Theatre!
HIDDEN ORDER / SARABANDE / FALLING ANGELS / GNAWA
Ballet NdB continues to introduce world choreographic personalities to its repertoire in another premiere contemporary evening. Following the first ever showing of works by George Balanchine and Jiří Kylián, we bring to our scene another exceptional international choreographic personality – Nacho Duato. His work, Gnawa, is an impressive show with music typical of the North African region and the adjoining Mediterranean. Gnawa is full of dancing and musical power, sensuous elegance, the organic rhythm of the Mediterranean and plastic and dynamic choreography by Nacho Duato.
The success of Petite Mort guaranteed Ballet NdB a chance to perform other choreographies by the genius Jiří Kylián. During this evening, we shall introduce to you two extraordinary choreographies, Falling Angels and Sarabande. Male and female elements are given space for realization in the masterful compositions of each title. Falling Angels shows female dancers’ ambition for perfection and their subjection to the female psyche in different life situations. On the other hand, Sarabande is a purely male affair. The choreographer, in some respects chauvinistically, views male aggression, vulnerable sensitivity and civility, exploring their sexuality, feelings of worthlessness and importance... and stupidity. This evening will also include one original choreography created specifically for our group - Hidden Order. Its author is Lukáš Timulák, who worked with us on the successful ballet evening Petite Mort.
Premiere 9th March 2018, Mahen Theatre
length of performance: 2 hours 20 minutes
two breaks (30 minutes and 20 minutes)
suitable for 12 years and over