Win 5 double tickets to Transatlantic by Dutch National Ballet
IamExpat, together with Dutch National Ballet, is offering five first-rank double tickets to Transatlantic!
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- City: Amsterdam
- Location: Nationale Opera & Ballet, Amstel 3
- Date: June 17
- Time: 8.15pm
- For more information about Transatlantic, click here.
Rebels of dance
In Transatlantic, Dutch National Ballet brings together four "rebels of dance", choreographers from Amsterdam, London, New York and Berlin who take dance in a totally new direction on the basis of classical techniques:
For the first time ever, Justin Peck's adrenalin-filled and joyful work can be admired in the Netherlands. Year of the Rabbit will be danced to music by Sufjan Stevens.
A new work made especially for Transatlantic follows Williamson’s individual style, letting each dancer in his ensemble shine.
A dazzling ballet with eighteen dancers moving with power and grace is inspired by T.S. Eliot’s poem The Four Quartets, and zooms in on emotions of suffering and love.
Meisner created a new dance duet, with costumes designed by fashion stylist Jan Taminiau.
About Dutch National Ballet
Dutch National Ballet develops, produces and presents ballet at the highest international level. It aims to reach a wide public and bring today’s audiences into contact with the beauty and passion of this art form.
Over the past 50 years, Dutch National Ballet has evolved into one of the world's foremost ballet companies. With a unique and wide repertoire, a tradition of innovation and around 80 dancers from all over the world, the company plays a leading role in Dutch cultural life and beyond.
Tickets rank and value
The prize tickets are first-rank, and usually cost 47 euros per single.
Please note, ticket competition winners are announced on the closing date. Each winner receives one double ticket to Transatlantic. Remember to check this page or your IamExpat inbox to see if you've been selected!
All images by Angela Sterling
Courtesy of Dutch National Ballet