Beaujean Rachel


Classical Ballet / Choreographer

Rachel Beaujean was born in Helmond in 1959 and received her ballet training at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. From 1977, she joined the National Ballet in 1981, she was promoted to second soloist. Rachel took leave on June 19, 1997 with the ballet Sarcasm by Hans van Manen. Then she performed at the National Ballet as a ballet master.

Beaujean made its name with her renditions of works by Hans van Manen. She was seen in many of his ballets, including Situation, Twilight, Adagio Hammerklavier, five tangos, sarcasm, and opening Corps. Furthermore, she danced in works by Rudi van Dantzig (Under my feet, Romeo and Juliet) and Tour of Schayk (Pyrrische Dancing II and IV, The Mythical pretext).

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