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EMAIL FROM … THE KAMMERTHEATER (MATTHIAS KIPP)

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Demis Volpi, Damiano Pettenella and Hyo-Jung Kang rehearsing Aftermath, photo: Beuttenmüller

Demis Volpi, Damiano Pettenella and Hyo-Jung Kang rehearsing Aftermath, photo: Beuttenmüller

A warm hello from the Kammertheater to all our fans of “Behind the scenes with the Stuttgart Ballet”.
We already had four wonderful and interesting evenings of “Behind the scenes with the Stuttgart Ballet” this week, with our associate Artistic Director Tamas Detrich, our Ballet Master Krzyzstof Nowogrodzki, resident choreographer Demis Volpi, choreographer Edward Clug and many dancers from our company.
The wonderful, comfortable and relaxed atmosphere that Benno Brösicke and his production crew of the Kammertheater create every year, the enormous interest of our audience (the shows are always sold out fast, but often it’s still possible to get tickets at the box office in the evening) and the willingness of our dancers, to do “extra” rehearsals in the evenings in front of an audience is really fabulous.
The collaboration with the colleagues from the Kammertheater, who support us in every way with professionalism, creativity, talent of improvisation and so much dedication for this event, is heartwarming. In spite of all intensive preparations for the “Behind the scenes …”-evenings, there’s always a bit of improvisation left in the end.
But it is always a great pleasure to watch these evenings, when everything works out perfectly and we see and hear so many new things about ballet and dance or about the dancers of our company. It is a wonderful feeling that our long tradition of “Behind the scenes with the Stuttgart Ballet” is carried forward by these evenings.
We’ll surely see each other at one of the next performances.
All the best,
Matthias Kipp

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