Dutch National Ballet’s festive gala performance to open the theatre season has become an institution.
No choreographer has made such a big mark on dance in the Netherlands as Hans van Manen.
The turbulent life of the Dutch spy and dancer Mata Hari is the theme of this large-scale production.
As the title suggests, the music of the virtuoso Franz Schubert sets the tone in this first NDT 2 programme.
No fewer than eighteen times over the festive Christmas period, Dutch National Ballet will awaken The Sleeping Beauty with a kiss.
There’s no better ballet for chasing away the winter blues than Don Quichotte.
Following the great success of Ballet Bubbles (2016) and Juniors Go Dutch (2017), the Junior Company presents another touring programme full of surprises: In the Future.
Following the success of Dutch Doubles in 2014, Dutch National Ballet is now presenting a second edition, which once again includes world premieres.
Narnia is an exciting collaboration between the Junior Company and ISH Dance Collective, and is thus an encounter between ballet and other dance forms, like hiphop.
The love between the knight Tristan and the princess Isolde is one of the great classic love tragedies.
One of the highlights of the year for fans of new and experimental work is New Moves.