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Christian Spuck

Resident Choreographer

Stuttgart

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Anna Osadcenko |

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In January 2000 Anna Osadcenko participated in the Prix de Lausanne with the Kitri-Variations from Don Quijote (after Marius Petipa) and Pizzicato, a work which was especially created for her by Christian Spuck, resident choreographer of the Stuttgart Ballet and won the Prix de l'espoir.
Le Grand Pas de deux (Christian Spuck) Leonce und Lena (Christian Spuck): Rosetta, the Governess Lulu. A Monstre Tragedy (Christian Spuck): Countess Geschwitz Das Fräulein von S. (Christian Spuck): ruby Pizzicato (Christian Spuck)


danceviewtimes: February 2012

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Christian Spuck's "Das Fräulein von S." offers another gem to the ballets inspired by E.T.A. Hoffmann
Thus opens the spectacular new ballet noir "Das Fräulein von S." by Christian Spuck, resident choreographer of the Stuttgart Ballet. Continue reading "Christian Spuck's "Das Fräulein von S." offers another gem to the ballets inspired by E.T.A. Hoffmann" »


Alicia Amatriain | Indianapolis City Ballet

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Alicia Amatriain has had roles created especially for her by Jean Christophe Blavier inE=mc², Dominique Dumais in still.nest, Itzik Galili in Hikarizatto, Douglas Lee in Dummy Runand Fanfare LX, Wayne McGregor in EDEN / EDEN and Nautilus, Marc Spradling in The Shaking Tent, Christian Spuck in nocturne and Songs.
Stuttgart resident choreographers Marco Goecke and Christian Spuck both created roles in full-length ballets for Alicia Amatriain: Marco Goecke assigned the role of the Snow Fairy in Goecke at the Chamber: The Nutcracker to her while Christian Spuck created the title role of his first full-length ballet Lulu. Stuttgart resident choreographers Marco Goecke and Christian Spuck both created roles in full-length ballets for Alicia Amatriain: Marco Goecke assigned the role of the Snow Fairy in Goecke at the Chamber: The Nutcracker to her while Christian Spuck created the title role of his first full-length ballet Lulu.


Christian Spuck's "Das Fräulein von S." offers another gem to the ballets inspired by E.T.A. Hoffmann - danceviewtimes

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Christian Spuck's "Das Fräulein von S." offers another gem to the ballets inspired by E.T.A. Hoffmann
Thus opens the spectacular new ballet noir "Das Fräulein von S." by Christian Spuck, resident choreographer of the Stuttgart Ballet. At 42, Spuck is the most literary-minded among younger German choreographers. A product of the John Cranko Ballet School, he started his career as a dancer with Jan Lauwers' Belgian Needcompany and Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker's ROSAS ensemble, before joining the Stuttgart Ballet in 1995, having been engaged by Marcia Haydée. He was soon branching out as a choreographer for occasional pieces and workshop productions of the Noverre Society - a third generation member of the Stuttgart School, following in the wake of Cranko and Neumeier as a story teller. But he is a storyteller with a twist. He clearly likes full-length spectacles and has based his products on such literary heavy-weights like Cervantes, E.T.A. Hoffmann, Buechner, Wedekind and Edward Bond or, as an opera-producer, on Monteverdi ("Poppea"), Gluck ("Orphée et Euridice" in the dance-stuffed French version) and Verdi ("Falstaff"). Promoted resident choreographer of the Stuttgart in 2001, he has since created for various international companies in Europe and the US and has been appointed director and chief-choreographer of the Zurich Ballet, where he succeeds Heinz Spoerli next season. As his Stuttgart fare-well creation he produced on February 10 "Das Fräulein von S.", ballet in three acts after E.T.A. Hoffmann's eponymous novella "Das Fräulein von Scudéri". It's a very complicated plot and Spuck and his dramaturg Michael Kuester have solved it by introducing an actress, the French Mireille Mossé, known from many films and TV-productions, who quotes from Hoffmann, declaiming sort of Brecht-alienating texts in German. Around them Spuck has arranged the dances for the individual figures, inspired by contemporary graphics, but never quoting directly from the textbooks, instead translating them into abstract contours and patterns as if designed by today couturiers from the fashion ateliers of Lagerfeld or Armani. Their wealth and elegance are truly overwhelming, and Spuck moves them like a modern master of ceremonies in statuary poses and formalized gestures, cutting sharply etched contours, mostly en face, but then again en derrière - abstract, extremely cool formal dances of a choreographer crafted by a contemporary descendant of the Fabergé dynasty.


Anna Osadcenko |

balletmasterclass.com [cached]

In January 2000 Anna Osadcenko participated in the Prix de Lausanne with the Kitri-Variations from Don Quijote (after Marius Petipa) and Pizzicato, a work which was especially created for her by Christian Spuck, resident choreographer of the Stuttgart Ballet and won the Prix de l'espoir.
Le Grand Pas de deux (Christian Spuck) Leonce und Lena (Christian Spuck): Rosetta, the Governess Lulu. A Monstre Tragedy (Christian Spuck): Countess Geschwitz Das Fräulein von S. (Christian Spuck): ruby Pizzicato (Christian Spuck)


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