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Win tickets to Dutch Doubles at the National Ballet

Win tickets to Dutch Doubles at the National Ballet

This competition is now closed. Many thanks to all the participants!

The winners, who will each receive a pair of tickets to their indicated party, are:

  • Roy Debraj 
  • Astrid Jimenez  
  • Georgiana Ciocirdel   
  • Margarita Amzand  
  • Maria Jose Pardo Diaz  

Congratulations to our winners! Please keep an eye on your email inbox for your tickets, or information on how to claim them.

 

IamExpat is offering tickets to Dutch Doubles on March 29 at the Dutch National Ballet

To participate, fill in the form below and tell us why you think you should be there!

You could be one of the lucky winners

  • Where: Dutch National Opera and Ballet, Amstel 3, 1011 PN, Amsterdam
  • When: March 29
  • Number of pairs of tickets available: 5
  • Find out more about this performance of Dutch Doubles

Double bill

Dutch Doubles is proudly presented by the Dutch National Ballet, zoning in on the interplay between dancer and musician. This is the second edition of Dutch Doubles, following its wildly successful beginnings in 2014.

Dutch Doubles sees four top choreographers based in the Netherlands collaborating with instrumentalists they admire.dutch-doubles-national-opera-ballet.jpg

Choreography meets instrumental music

Renowned Dutch choreographer Ernst Meisner collaborates with critically acclaimed Dutch harp player Remy van Kesteren on a new work called Impermanence which deals with human interaction and personal back-stories and encounters.

Wubkje Kuindersma shows various aspects of love and relationships, to the sound of two songs by Michael Benjamin. Her work Two and Only refers to the two art forms music and dance which complement each other and are celebrated for their unique combination.

Hans van Manen, whose choreography was also featured in the first edition of Dutch Doubles, returns with Déjà vu which he created for the Netherlands Dance Theatre in 1995. This dance shows the tension between males and females, which is danced by principal dancers Marijn Rademaker and Igone de Jongh, to the sound of Fratres by the legendary Estonian composer Arvo Pärt .

Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s Last Resistance is inspired by the Dutch pop singer Wende Snijders, also known simply by her first name, Wende.

Credits of campaign image: Petrovsky & Ramone
Credits of behind the scenes photos: Altin Kaftira

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