Tag Archives: John Neumeier

Here’s to 2013, not forgetting the best moments of 2012

With the Paris Opera Ballet in Sydney in January/February and the Bolshoi Ballet in Brisbane in May/June, 2013 is set

The course of true love does run smooth as Neumeier’s dream team works its magic

Just four years into his four-decade long artistic directorship of the Hamburg Ballet, John Neumeier created A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Close encounters with Nijinsky: Hamburg Ballet’s outstanding Australian premiere

For his ballet, Nijinsky, the choreographer, John Neumeier burrows deep into the mind of the great dancer to tell of

Alina Cojocaru: “The method dancer of all time”

A ballerina at the peak of her career is blessed with many rewards, but there is one thing she can’t

All for Mrs P: A daughter pays tribute to her mother’s journey

Thanks to the vision and energy of such pioneers as Eunice Weston, Frances Scully, Kathleen Danetree, Linley Wilson, Lorraine Norton,

‘Beauty’ to mark Klaus’s departure in Queensland: Three American dancers join Royal New Zealand Ballet

As a tribute to Francois Klaus, one of his major productions, The Sleeping Beauty, will mark the end of his

Neumeier: the presiding spirit of Hamburg

THE remains of Vaslav Nijinsky lie within the Montmartre cemetery in Paris. But the essence of the great dancer continues

Metamorphosis at the Queensland Ballet with the appointment of Li Cunxin

With the appointment of Li Cunxin as artistic director of the Queensland Ballet, the company will undergo a metamorphosis from

Twyla’s new take on the narrative ballet

Twyla Tharp is one of the great stayers of the dance world. Sometimes harshly criticised for her most recent work,

A summer’s dream in a Hamburg winter

More than three decades after its premiere, John Neumeier’s Midsummer Night’s Dream is still charming audiences, just as it did