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EMAIL FROM … MEXICO CITY (ROCIO ALEMAN)

Hello everybody in Stuttgart!

Rocio Aleman receives the award named Premio Nacional de la Juventud in Mexico City.

Rocio Aleman receives the award named Premio Nacional de la Juventud in Mexico City.

Hope this email finds you great! I’m very happy to be in Mexico City right now receiving a very important award named Premio Nacional de la Juventud. This is the maximum recognition that our President Enrique Peña Nieto together with the Federal Government from my country gives to the youth in different distinctions. I was awarded in the distinction Artistic Expression and Popular Arts“.

I’m very grateful to be living this experience and at the same time I’m very looking forward to be back in Stuttgart soon and dance in the next Night Pieces evening!

Much love from Mexico

Rocio

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Bangkok Tour // October 2017 (Day 9)

We are so happy…we had a fantastic first performance in Bangkok and we celebrated our Soloist Adhonay Soares da Silva’s debut as Petrucchio in The Taming of the Shrew. Instead of trying to put it in a nutshell, we let the photos of our photographer and Principal Dancer Roman Novitzky speak for themselves…

 

 


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Bangkok Tour // October 2017 (Day 8)

Rehearsing for a special moment! Soloist Adhonay Soares da Silva will have his debut in the leading role of Petrucchio in The Taming of the Shrew in Bankok. Artististic Director Reid Anderson explains the final nuances in a Pas de deux rehearsal, together with our Principal Dancer Elisa Badenes. We keep our fingers crossed…


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Bangkok Tour // October 2017 (Day 7)

After three very successful performances in Singapore, the company travels on to Bangkok, one of the most exciting cities in the world. At the moment however, the mood is somewhat subdued as the Thai people prepare for the cremation and state burial of their beloved King Bhumibol Adulyadej. The official ceremony will take place on October 26th. Many people are wearing black and all billboards are covered with images of the deceased king with messages of love and respect for this monarch who reigned for an unprecedented 70 years. Nonetheless the company is very happy to be here performing two performances of John Cranko’s The Taming of the Shrew as part of  the 19th International Festival of Dance and Music.


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Singapore Tour // October 2017 (Day 6)

For the last time on stage with John Cranko’s Romeo and Juliet in Singapore, before heading to Bangkok. We would like to thank The Esplanade – Theaters from the Bay for the support and comfort. We had a great time!