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In January 2000 Anna Osadcenko ...
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)
Switzerland's largest professional ballet company has been directed by Christian Spuck since the 2012/13 season.
Under the direction of German choreographer Christian Spuck, the company continues to cultivate its established traditions and to tread new artistic paths, continuously developing the genre of traditional narrative ballet using innovative choreographic techniques.
is a native of Marburg, Germany.
After receiving his
initial ballet training at the renowned John Cranko Schule in Stuttgart
embarked on his
subsequent dance career with Jan Lauwers's Needcompany and Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker's Rosas ensemble.
He joined the Stuttgart Ballet in 1995, and choreographed the original production of Passacaglia for the company in 1998.
was appointed choreographer-in-residence of the Stuttgart Ballet
has since choreographed 15 original productions for the company including three full-length works: Lulu.
In 2006 Christian Spuck was appointed resident choreographer of the Chicago-based Hubbard Street 2 dance company for a season.
was also awarded the German "Zukunft" dance prize for his
Returning to Stuttgart
choreographed a further original piece: Don Q. Eine nicht immer getanzte Revue über den Verlust der Wirklichkeit, which was first performed in 2007.
has produced further choreographies for several renowned ballet companies in Europe and the USA.
These include Morphing Games for the Aterballetto of Italy
(1999), Adagio for dancers of the New York City Ballet (2000), this- for the Berlin Staatsoper Ballet (2003), The Return of Ulysses for the Flanders Royal Ballet (2006, with a guest performance at the 2009 Edinburgh International Festival) and Woyzeck for the Oslo National Ballet (2011).
In recent years Christian Spuck
has extended his
artistic reach to film and musical theatre.
Christian Spuck has been director of the Ballet Zurich since the beginning of the 2012/13 season.
first work under his
new stewardship he
has choreographed a new production of Romeo and Juliet.
Christian Spuck Choreographie
Christian Spuck is the Resident Choreographer of the Stuttgart Ballet.
He has created pieces for the Israel Ballet, the Ballet of the Staatsoper Berlin, the American Ballet Theatre, the Aalto Ballet Theatre Essen and the Saarbrücken Ballet.
The following choreographers have created a role especially for her: Jean Christophe Blavier in E=mc²,the Canadian choreographer Dominique Dumais in still.nest, Stuttgart Ballet's resident choreographer Christian Spuck in Songs and nocturne as well as Itzik Galili in his Pas de deux Mono Lisa and Wayne McGregor in Nautilus.
Christian Spuck is one of the ...
Christian Spuck is one of the top choreographers of the younger generation.
In recent years he has left his imprint as house choreographer at the Stuttgart Ballet and has been Director of Ballet at the Zurich Opera since 2012.
Christian Spuck increasingly straddles the genres of opera and dance.
Berlioz' DAMNATION OF FAUST, which he directs and choreographs, marks his Berlin debut.
Camera: Chris and the Fatsox
Art Director: Christian Spuck