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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)


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)


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Of note are also the many roles created for him by Christian Spuck, resident choreographer of the Stuttgart Ballet.Gauthier danced in eight world premieres by Spuck who created the role of Schigolch in Lulu and the leading role of the painter in ... la peau blanche ... for him.Christian SpuckChristian Spuck has created choreographies for the Stuttgart Ballet since 1997 and through his work plays an important part in shaping the company's modern profile.Since 1998 the company has presented more than ten world premieres by Christian Spuck, among them the two full length ballets Lulu.A Monstre Tragedy and The Sandman.Christian Spuck was born in Germany.He received his ballet training at the John Cranko School in Stuttgart, where he completed his final exams in classical and modern dance in 1993.As a dancer Christian Spuck has worked with the Needcompany (1993) and had an engagement with ROSAS under the management of Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker in 1993/94.From 1994-96 Christian Spuck was choreographic assistant to Marco Santi and participated, among others, in the productions Amras, The Sinking of ...In 1996, Christian Spuck created the Pas de deux Duo/Towards The Night for the Noverre Society's Young Choreographers, which was so successful, that it was taken into the repertoire of the Stuttgart Ballet as well as that of the Deutsche Oper Berlin.From 1994-96 Christian Spuck was choreographic assistant to Marco Santi and participated, among others, in the productions Amras, The Sinking of ...In 1996, Christian Spuck created the Pas de deux Duo/Towards The Night for the Noverre Society's Young Choreographers, which was so successful, that it was taken into the repertoire of the Stuttgart Ballet as well as that of the Deutsche Oper Berlin.The ballet Les Indes galantes, a co-production by Christian Spuck and Marco Santi, which was also broadcasted on TV, premiered in April 1998.Another choreography by Christian Spuck, amores 1, was created for the Regional Arts Festival of Europe in August 1998.The magazine Ballet International-Tanz Aktuell named Christian Spuck the "best up-and-coming choreographer of the 1997 98 season".Since then Christian Spuck has choreographed several one-act pieces for the Stuttgart Ballet: dos amores was premiered in the Stuttgart Playhouse in February 1999 and received major critical and popular acclaim.The Stuttgart Ballet presented dos amores during a tour to the US in January and February 2000.In April 2000 the seventh blue, was premiered in the Opera House of the State Theater Stuttgart, followed by Carlotta's Portrait and Songs in 2001.All of these works were enthusiastically acclaimed by both the audience and the press.In 2002 Christian Spuck contributed nocturne to the Stuttgart Ballets mixed bill RENDEZVOUS AVEC CHOPIN.His recent work also includes two shorter comical pieces: Le Grand Pas de deux (2000), which was taken into the repertoire of American Ballet Theatre, and Cupid's Garden (2004).In 2004 Christian Spuck created the Pas de deux Pieces from a Lost Paradise for the Stuttgart Ballet's New Year's Gala.On April 7, 2005 the Stuttgart Ballet danced the world premiere of another one-act ballet entitled …, la peau blanche … as part of the triple bill TANZSICHTEN III.In December 2003 Christian Spuck presented his first full length ballet Lulu.A Monstre Tragedy at the Stuttgart Opera House.The Sandman (world premiere on April 7, 2006 at the Stuttgart Opera House) is Spuck's third full length ballet after Lulu.A Monstre Tragedy (also for the Stuttgart company) and The Children (for the aalto ballet theatre Essen).In Stuttgart Christian Spuck has also contributed choreography to other productions of the State Theatre: In June 2000 he created the choreography for The White Wolf, a co-production with the drama company of the State Theatre Stuttgart.In 2002 he participated in the State Theatre's Young Opera production Cupid And Death.Since 1999 Christian Spuck has created original works for a number of ballet companies in Europe and the USA.The piece had been comissioned by director Martin Puttke, who later asked Christian Spuck to create a full length ballet for the same company.One of Christian Spuck's most recent projects is a 25 minute dance film, loosely based on the character of Penelope in Homer's Odyssey.Christian Spuck also continued his cooperation with Hubbard Street Dance and created several choreographies for the dance company's coproduction with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Magical Movements.Ten thousand mostly young spectators saw the four performances in Chicago in December 2005.In 2006 Christian Spuck was appointed resident choreographer of Hubbard Street Dance 2. In 2005 Christian Spuck staged his first opera Berenice for the Theatre of the City of Heidelberg, a work by the young composer Johannnes Maria Staud who created it after a short novel by Edgar Allan Poe.In February 2006 Spuck was awarded the German Dance Prize "Future" for choreography.On April 7, 2006 his new sory telling ballet was premiered at Staatstheater Stuttgart.Der Sandmann was created by Christian Spuck according to E.T.A. Hoffmann's story with the same title.After 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.


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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" »


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