The National Ballet Academy presents young talent in Dansers van Morgen at the Stadsschouwburg, Amsterdam

photos: Antoinette Mooy

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In Dansers van Morgen young talented dancers from the Nationale Balletacademie display their skills on June 27 and 28 in the Stadsschouwburg, Amsterdam. They dance fragments from classical ballets and choreographies by modern choreographers. All the different generations are on stage, from the youngest pupil to graduate dancers.

The National Ballet Academy is the only dance study programme in The Netherlands affiliated with the Dutch National Ballet. Together they train talented children to become professional, classical dancers. Studying to become a ballet dancer is very demanding and starts at the early age of ten. Aspirant dancers follow strenuous dance training every day and deliver physical and artistic top achievements. Dancers who graduate from the National Ballet Academy go on to dance with leading ensembles at a national and international level. They are trained to dance classical ballet and contemporary repertoire.

The programme in 2013 consists of:

Ted Brandsen (new choreography)
Souvenirs Suite,
Christopher Wheeldon
Trois Gnossiennes,
Hans van Manen
Raymonda – Danse des Enfants and Grand Pas Hongrois
Marius Petipa
Natalja Toptchi en Iva Leši?
Echad mi Yodea,
Ohad Naharin
Les Sylphides,
Michel Fokine
Grand Finale

  • 27 June at 20.00 hrs
  • 28 June at 15:00 hrs
  • 28 June at 20:00 hrs

You can make your reservations via: Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam