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Bolshoi in Cinema Lady of the Camellias

We don't yet have casting info for the December 6 Bolshoi in Cinema presentation of John Neumeier's incredible The Lady of the Camellias, but we have this teasing promo with Lantratov and Obraztsova, which will play over and over fo...

American ballet man collects $350k

The American choreographer John Neumeier has pocketed the Tokyo Prize, worth $350,000. Neumeier, 73, has been head of Hamburg Ballet since 1973. Looks like he’s won a supplement to his pension.

Joffrey's beautiful work can't save uneven 'Sylvia'

Choreographer John Neumeier certainly set himself a task with "Sylvia," combining a 16th-century pastoral drama, complete with rustics and gods, with a well-loved 19th-century score (created for the universally despised 1876 ballet "Sylvia") and stark 20th-century design. The prolific Neumeier,...

Joffrey Ballet fires arrows straight into the heart in “Sylvia”

Anyone who still believes that classical ballet is a 19th century art form trapped in amber is advised to take a look at the Joffrey Ballet. As Exhibit A: The altogether stunning production of John Neumeier's "Sylvia," now in a company...Show More Summary

Joffrey Presents New Twist on Old Ballet With Sylvia

last monthUnited States / Chicago : A/C

Photo by Holger Badekow. The Joffrey Ballet unveils the U.S. premiere of John Neumeier's Sylvia, a new twist on a ballet that originally premiered in 1876. The production opens tonight at the Auditorium Theatre. The female-powered ballet was groundbreaking for...

The heart is a lonely hunter in the Joffrey Ballet’s reinvented “Sylvia”

Choreographer John Neumeier is a passionate man of deep intellect and wide-ranging creativity. You need do nothing more than listen to him talk about "Sylvia," the contemporary reinvention of the 19th century classic he devised originally...Show More Summary

5 reasons to see Nijinsky

2 months agoDance / Ballet : Behind Ballet

John Neumeier’s Nijinsky is the blockbuster of our 2016 season – a mesmerising blend of glamour, tragedy and spectacular dancing. So why should you see it? … The fascinating life of a ballet legend Vaslav Nijinsky was a prodigy whose … Continue reading ?

John Neumeier, Choreographer, Wins $400,000 Kyoto Prize

Mr. Neumeier, 73, has been the artistic director of the Hamburg Ballet since 1973.

Hamburg’s US ballet chief collects $400,000 for lifetime work

5 months agoMusic / Classical : Slipped Disc

John Neumeier, director and chief choreographer of Hamburg Ballet since 1973, has been awarded the Kyoto Prize for 2015, along with Swiss astrophysicist Michel Mayor and Japanese chemist Toyoki Kunitake. Neuemeier, 73, Wisconsin born and a protégé of John Cranko, has built many of his major works upon the music of Gustav Mahler.

Miami City Ballet and Hamburg Ballet among major dance companies headed to Harris Theater in 2015-2016 season

The Harris Theater for Music and Dance has come up with a glittering lineup of international, national and Chicago-based dance companies for its 2015-2016 season. Among the offerings will be John Neumeier’s Hamburg Ballet, performing...Show More Summary


By Kalyn Oden, PR Intern Fairies, lovers, donkeys and a love spell gone completely wrong…Houston Ballet begins its 2014-15 season with the company premiere of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, choreographed by John Neumeier  and inspired by William Shakespeare’s famous comedy, from September 4 – 14 at Wortham Theater Center. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”; Artists of […]

Dance review: Hamburg Ballett's U.S. premiere of powerful 'Liliom'

2 years agoArts : Culture Monster

In the contemporary ballet “Liliom” -- based on a 1909 play of the same name, which Rodgers & Hammerstein turned into the musical “Carousel” -- Hamburg Ballett choreographer-director John Neumeier sends the audience home with a surprising hopefulness surrounding the iconic, central couple.

A cinematic approach to Hamburg Ballett's 'Liliom'

2 years agoArts : Culture Monster

Choreographer John Neumeier trades rigid structures for fade-ins, dissolves and more in his production of 'Liliom,' which was inspired by the musical 'Carousel' and Ferenc Molnár's original play. After 16 years in purgatory, a carousel barker takes his granted leave to perform a good deed on Earth. Show More Summary

Ida Praetorius: Danish Ballet Star in the Making

2 years agoDance / Ballet : The Ballet Bag

Towards the end of Act 1 in John Neumeier’s Romeo & Juliet there is a scene where the star-crossed lovers meet properly – alone and unmasked – for the first time. It is always a lovely scene but, with Ida Praetorius’ Juliet and Gregory Dean’s Romeo earlier this year it was more than that. It was an exceptional [...]

Review: Hamburg Ballet's 'Mermaid' swims murky passages

3 years agoArts : Culture Monster

Hamburg Ballet’s visionary artistic director, John Neumeier, is the rare dance-maker who also dreams up his own magnificent lighting, set and costume designs, which accounts for the scenic sumptuousness of his two-act ballet “The Little Mermaid,” performed this weekend at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts.

This isn't the Disney 'The Little Mermaid'

3 years agoArts : Culture Monster

Heartache infuses Hans Christian Andersen's tale as well as the story ballet that John Neumeier made of it. The Hamburg Ballet brings the work to Segerstrom Center. John Neumeier doesn't know "who started the rumor" that all children...Show More Summary

Music of Movement in the Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler

John Neumeier’s Hamburg Ballet opened their tour program with the famous dance production of the Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler at the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theater. The highlights of this amazingly beautiful production have been captured in photographs taken by one of RIA Novosti’s leading photographers Vladimir Vyatkin.

John Neumeier's new "Liliom"

4 years agoArts / Dance : Danceviewtimes

December 4, 2011 “Liliom” (John Neumeier) Hamburg Ballet Hamburg State Opera Hamburg, Germany December 4 by Horst Koegler copyright 2011 by Horst Koegler Originally billed a ´suburban legend´ when it was first performed in Budapest in 1909, Ferenc Molnar´s “Liliom” became a world hit when it was taken up by many theatres around the globe. Show More Summary

Hamburg Ballet Premieres: Liliom and Renku

4 years agoDance / Ballet : The Ballet Bag

Via Press Release: Choreographic creativity is the recurring theme of The Hamburg Ballet’s season 2011/2012. Liliom, a world premiere both in choreography and music, is John Neumeier’s new ballet based on Ferenc Molnár’s play of the same name. Molnár’s play, first performed in 1909, was, in turn, the basis for the musical Carousel. Liliom has [...]

Neumeier choreographs Stravinsky´s “Apollon musagète” and “Orpheus”

4 years agoArts / Dance : Danceviewtimes

Trying to bolster up up two ballets into a full-length Trilogy John Neumeier choreographs Stravinsky´s “Apollon musagète” and “Orpheus” Hamburg Ballet Baden-Baden Festsouelhaus Baden-Baden Germany October 14. 2011 by Horst Koegler copyright...Show More Summary

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