KAMMERBALLETTEN is a company / festival which presents world premieres of new ballets in Copenhagen, Denmark, at the Royal Danish Opera House, as well as touring around the world.
KAMMERBALLETTEN was founded in 2018 by TRIO VITRUVI and has since then been the vessel for the creation of ballets by a row of international guest-choreographers. Each work is accompanied by live chamber music.
In Kuopio KAMMERBALLETTEN will perform works by e.g. Paul Lightfoot and Juliano Nuñes, interpreted by the world-class musicians of Trio Vitruvi and dancers who have starred the Royal Danish Ballet, San Francisco Ballet and Nederlands Dans Theater.
Duration appr. 90 min, interval in the programme
Tickets 29-57€ incl. service fee (order fee from 1,50€ will be added)
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KAMMERBALLETTEN will perform works by e.g. Paul Lightfoot and Juliano Nuñes, interpreted by the world-class musicians of Trio Vitruvi and dancers who have starred the Royal Danish Ballet, San Francisco Ballet and Nederlands Dans Theater.
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