Forsythe | van Manen | Kylián

In 1978, when Jiří Kylián (who at that time was artistic director of the Nederlands Dans Theater) presented his "Psalmensymphonie", this also provided the impetus for the entire further development of the ensemble, and the ballet has to this day retained the reputation of an early masterpiece which celebrates all facets of the dance and yet goes its own individual way. Also intended as an "ode to the ballet" was William Forsythe’s 1984 "Artifact", the key moments of which were condensed by Forsythe 20 years later to form the suite of the same name. With "Trois Gnossiennes" (1982) and "Solo" (1997) by Hans van Manen, we include two further works in the season programme which demonstrate the stylistic developments and changes of these choreographers.

26. September 2019
Thursday
19.30 - 21.45
2 intermissions
28. September 2019
Saturday
19.30 - 21.45
2 intermissions
30. September 2019
Monday
19.30 - 21.45
2 intermissions

Cast 20.04.2019

Artifact Suite

Choreographie, Bühne, Kostüme und Licht William Forsythe
Komponist Johann Sebastian Bach Eva Crossman-Hecht
Solopaar 1 Madison Young James Stephens
Solopaar 2 Natascha Mair Davide Dato
Other Woman Iulia Tcaciuc

Trois Gnossiennes

Choreographie und Bühne Hans van Manen
Komponist Erik Satie
Costume Design Oliver Haller
Lighting Design Jan Hofstra

Solo

Choreography Hans van Manen
Komponist Johann Sebastian Bach
Kostüme und Bühne Keso Dekker
Lighting Design Joop Caboort

Psalmensymphonie

Choreographie und Licht (Konzept) Jiří Kylián
Komponist Igor Strawinski
Stage Design William Katz
Costume Design Joop Stokvis
Realisierung des Lichtdesigns Joop Caboort
Adaptierung des Lichtdesigns (2004) Kees Tjebbes