Hans van Manen Foundation
The Hans van Manen Foundation was established in order to fulfil a need to preserve, manage and archive Hans van Manen's choreographic work, which is integral to Dutch cultural heritage. This page provides an overview of Hans van Manen’s most popular and frequently performed choreographies. It also contains stunning photos and video footage, as well as technical specifications.
About Hans van Manen
Hans van Manen (Nieuwer-Amstel, the Netherlands, 1932) is internationally recognised as one of the grand masters of contemporary ballet. Including his works for television, he has now created more than 150 ballets. His choreographies bear a distinct signature, characterized by the great clarity in structure and refined simplicity.
About Van Manen’s Repertoire
Hans van Manen has an impressive repertoire, and his pieces are performed all over the world by some of the most eminent and esteemed ballet companies. Click on the button below for an overview of some of his most popular choreographies, which have been classified according to decade. Each category provides information about the piece, the original cast and the music, and features spectacular photos and video footage.
Hans van Manen as a performer
ABOUT THE FOUNDATION
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The legal structure chosen for the Hans van Manen Foundation is that of a ‘stichting’. The Hans van Manen Foundation is registered with the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce in Amsterdam under the following number: 82388040. RSIN: 862448062. The foundation has filed for ANBI status.