National Youth Ballet

The dancers of the National Youth Ballet act as mediators. Seeking to transmit their enthusiasm and passion about dance to the audience. Inversing the existing order. Bringing art into society. They come to see us – not the other way around. Approaching those who don’t usually have the opportunity to watch ballet. Being committed and cooperative: Rond de jambe in retirement homes, Pirouette in prisons, Soutenu in schoolyards. Dance as a social experience. In Hamburg, in Germany, abroad. Impulses stem from both intuition and intention. The dancers improvise, interpret, inspire. Their feelings are thought-provoking. Thoughts that translate into feelings. Close to the audience, close to the others, close to themselves.

Seeking a connection to the young generation. Creatively reflecting their concerns. Gaining new audiences for ballet.

With modesty and complete devotion.

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Persons

  • Dias, Winnie
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Eberts, Patrick
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Finardi, Gabriela
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Fuhrman, Graeme
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Gauthier, Maurus
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Neumeier, John
    Classical Ballet / Choreographer
  • Ogonek, Natalie
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Takaura, Yukino
    Classical Ballet / Dancer