Stichtin Hans van Manen
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Grand Prix a la Carriere for Hans van Manen
Hans van Manen was awarded the Prix à la Carrière. This Prize is given out to nominees by the jury which is made up of some of the world’s most famous dance critics and specialists, all of whom contributors to BALLET2000.
The Prix à la Carrière (Lifetime Achievement Prize) goes to a celebrity who has had an extraordinarily significant career. At the occasion of the 'Grand Prix à la Carrière' in Cannes on 31 July 2016 it was given to Hans van Manen, whose vast and varied oeuvre, rigorous and open at the same time, has had a deep influence on European modern ballet during recent decades.
Works of Van Manen selected for The Golden Mask
The famous Mariinsky Theater has been selected for the festival The Golden Mask, a Russian theatre festival established in 1994 by the Theatre Union of Russia. The Russian ballet company will perform a full evening Hans van Manen; the programme has been nominated for the award in the category 'ballet'. The award is given to productions in all genres of theatre art: drama, opera, ballet, operetta and musical, and puppet theatre. It presents the most significant performances from all over Russia in Moscow in the spring of each year. The president of the award is Russian actor Georgi Taratorkin.
New creation for Ballett am Rhein
That Hans van Manen now gives the Ballett am Rhein a world premiere, the first German company in over twenty years, is a genuine sensation which is crowned by one further detail: after Martin Schläpfer’s return to the stage as a dancer in 2012 for the Pas de deux The Old Man and Me, Hans van Manen will create a new piece for him and a small ensemble of members of the Ballett am Rhein – a world premiere which opens on 17 October 2014 another new page in the history of a special friendship: Hans van Manen and Martin Schläpfer.
Alltag | choreography Hans van Manen | music Adagio aus der Klaviersonate op. 1 Nr. 4 C-Dur by Manuel Blasco de Nebra, Johann Sebastian Bach, Franz Schubert and Gustav Mahler | set and costumes Keso Dekker
The Dutch National Ballet dances Fantasia
With Fantasia Hans van Manen adds an already existing work to the repertoire of Dutch National Ballet – a repertoire that contains numbers of many of wonderful ballets by this master choreographer. One of those is Solo, based on the music of Bach’s First Partita for Solo Violin. Here’s what one of the dancers had to say about that piece: “Hans doesn’t use Bach. He feels Bach. He has made many of the details, nuances and passages that are hidden within the score more visible."