Sylvie Guillem has been setting the standards for perfection and virtuosity for over twenty-five years. The world star now dances choreographies by Forsythe and Ek at the festival opening. An evening of superlatives.
Between heaven and earth: Akram Khan's latest stroke of genius is a journey in a mythical-spiritual world with powerful images. Dance from The Arabian Nights.
Incredibly fast ballet to the baroque music of Henry Purcell and Christoph Willibald Gluck: a virtuoso and frighteningly perfect!
Christian Spuck, designated director of the Zurich Ballet, interprets the wedding of emperor Nero and Poppea Sabina: love, suffering and intrigue to Monteverdi's dramatic music.
This highly recognized French company shows works by Lucinda Childs, Frédéric Flamand and Emanuel Gat. An evening of architecture, coolness and elegance.
Androgynous, erotic, grotesque: The Israeli choreographer Sharon Eyal leads the Norwegian dancers straight to the hard beat of DJ Ori Lichtik. Candy for the eyes!
Stravinsky's revolutionary composition “Le Sacre du Printemps” in an innovative format: an exciting solo by Paul White, accompanied by video-mandalas made by Régis Lansac.
Helena Waldmann's latest work: dance not only as a matter of the physical, but also of the political stance.
The life of Vivienne von Wattenwyl from Berne is the starting point for Cathy Marston's latest choreography.
First theatre, then dance: A filigree reflection on people and puppets.
What if Lear is a woman? Kupferberg and Schumacher turn Shakespeare's classic into a moving theatre experience.
Young talent on tour: Full of life, energy and hope.
OONA project explores the state of being in love as well as the related process, which can be outrageous and unimaginable. A premier.
Dance for the masses: a masquerade for children of all ages.