NZ Welcomes Esteemed Nederlands Dans Theater
"If you see only one live performance this year… NDT is the one to see." - The New York Times
Auckland Live is proud to present the international group, Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT).
Heralded around the globe as one of the world’s leading contemporary dance companies and innovators, for the first time Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT) comes to New Zealand for an exclusive Auckland season, 29 June and 2 July.
"Five minutes of the performance is sufficient to be certain: this company is one of the seven wonders in the world of dance." - Le Figaro
Under the expert artistic guidance of choreographer Paul Lightfoot, NDT consists of 27 phenomenal dancers from across the globe, each one excelling in their solo qualities.
The dancers are renowned for their versatility, astonishing technique and virtuosic expression.
"They are the world’s most magnificent dancers: a retina-shredding spectacle of passion and power" - The Sunday Herald
While the group are in New Zealand audiences will be offered an exclusive insight into the company:
Thursday 30 June, 6.30pm to 7pm
A FREE pre-show Q&A will give audiences the rare opportunity to see how the talented dancers of NDT work with their choreographers and rehearsal directors.
This special occasion will offer an exclusive insight into the creative process behind NDT. This is the perfect interactive opportunity to learn more about the companies’ vision and repertoire.
There will also be the opportunity for professional dancers and students to participate in exclusive workshops with the company.
See DANZ Jobs + Opportunities for more information.
Safe as Houses (Choreography by Sol Leon & Paul Lightfoot)
Woke Up Blind (Choreography by Marco Goecke)
The Statement (Choreography by Crystal Pite)
Stop-Motion (Choreography by Sol Leon & Paul Lightfoot)
Premium Elite $109.90
Ticket includes: An NDT souvenir programme, access to an exclusive pre-show lounge and a glass of bubbles or orange juice in the lounge on arrival.
*Service fees apply
For more information and to book: www.aucklandlive.co.nz/ndt