40 years after its creation, John Neumeier’s romantic masterpiece The Lady of the Camellias returns to the Stuttgart Ballet for a much-anticipated revival with Friedemann Vogel reprising the role of Armand Duval to Alicia Amatriain’s Marguerite Gautier for the opening night performance on 16th January with more dates to follow. See friedemannvogel.com for more details.
For the first time, ballet fans will be able to enjoy John Cranko's Onegin on TV on 30 & 31 December. If you missed the cinema screening, here is your chance to catch the superlative Friedemann Vogel as ”the most elegant and elegiac Onegin of all time" (Suedwest Presse) in this stunning Stuttgart Ballet production on ARTE. Onegin is also available for purchase on Blu-Ray and DVD from Amazon.
“You will be completely absorbed in what happens when Romeo and Juliet meet for the first time... And who better to tell the story of Romeo and Juliet than Friedemann Vogel and Alicia Amatriain” Stuttgarter-Nachrichten
The Stuttgart Ballet étoiles will reprise their critically acclaimed roles as the world’s most famous star-crossed lovers in John Cranko’s production this week, on 6, 8 & 9 December at the Stuttgart Ballet.
New video on Nikkei Style of Friedemann Vogel in interview ahead of Stuttgart Ballet's tour to Japan
Stuttgart Ballet tours to Japan for the first time in three years in November with Onegin and Swan Lake. New Artistic Director Tamas Dietrich, and principal dancers Friedemann Vogel & Alicia Amatriain speak about the joy and challenges of performing John Cranko’s choreography in this video interview, with excerpts from the two ballet classics.
Fan favourite Friedemann Vogel will be back in Japan for the second time this year, for his sixth participation in the highly anticipated triennial World Ballet Festival in Tokyo, from 1 to 15 August. Friedemann will start the festival with Polina Semionova, performing with her the stunning William Forsythe duet "Herman Schmerman" from 1 to 5 August, before his fellow Stuttgart Ballet star Alicia Amatriain joins him from 8 to 12 August to dance the Act 2 pas de deux from John Neumeier's "Lady of the Camelias". For the Sasaki Gala on 15 August, Friedemann and Alicia will perform Itzik Galili's "Mono Lisa".