Ballet Week with the Stuttgart Ballet

Friedemann Vogel (c) Youn Sik Kim

Friedemann Vogel (c) Youn Sik Kim

For the highly anticipated Ballet Week, Friedemann will be performing five productions from the Stuttgart Ballet’s 2018-2019 season, including Balanchine’s Symphony in C in Shades of White on 16th & 20th July, Akram Khan’s Kaash in Breath-taking on 24th July, John Neumeier’s The Lady of the Camellias on 25th July, Jiří Kylián’s One of a Kind on 27th July, and finally closing with Kenneth MacMillan’s Mayerling on 28th July. Friedemann is looking forward to revisiting these ballet masterpieces and contemporary classics in this annual celebration of dance.

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Premiere Mayerling in Stuttgart

Photo (c) Roman Novitzky Stuttgart Ballet

Photo (c) Roman Novitzky Stuttgart Ballet

Crown Prince Rudolf in Mayerling is considered one of the most technically and emotionally demanding roles for male dancers; it is also a character that Friedemann aspired to perform for a long time. He is eagerly anticipating his debut in this challenging role of the tormented prince – heir to the Austro-Habsburg Empire in the late 19thCentury - at the Stuttgart Ballet premiere of the complex Kenneth MacMillan ballet on 18th May, with more performances to follow.

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Friedemann Vogel in Rome for Serata Philip Glass

It is always a privilege for a dancer to be part of a creation, and an absolute joy for Friedemann to share the stage again with Paris Opera Ballet étoile and Artistic Director of Rome Opera Ballet Eleonora Abbagnato for this new collaboration with the Rome Opera Ballet. Nuit Blanche, choreographed by French choreographer Sébastien Bertaud and costumes of which are designed by the Christian Dior fashion house, will have its world premiere on 29 March 2019 in Rome as part of a Philip Glass evening.  More Information

ART TOURIST

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It was an honour for Friedemann to be featured on the cover of Art Tourist for their latest issue entitled “JOHN” after the iconic choreographer John Cranko who put Stuttgart Ballet on the world map, prompting the culture magazine to cast their spotlight on the Stuttgart-born kammertänzer. In his interview, Friedemann talks about his career, and how performing around the world means the absence of a routine, which has helped keep things fresh for him with every day presenting a new opportunity. ARTTOURIST.COM

Polina & Friends Gala Berlin

Polina Semionova and Friedemann Vogel (c) Charles Tandy

Polina Semionova and Friedemann Vogel (c) Charles Tandy

Friedemann is honored to be invited to perform at the “Polina & Friends” Gala at the Staatsballett Berlin on 17th May, where his celebrated partnership with his fellow Kammertänzerin Polina Semionova will be a highlight of this much anticipated and exclusive programme.

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Photoshoot & Interview for the March issue of Vogue Russia

Friedemann very much enjoyed working with photographer Matthew Brookes for the March issue of Vogue Russia. It was a fun afternoon shooting in Paris, where Friedemann took great pleasure in combining his passion for dance with his interest in fashion.

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Friedemann Vogel with the Mikhailovsky Theatre in St.Petersburg

Friedemann Vogel in Giselle (c) Jack Devant

Friedemann will dance Count Albrecht in Giselle, ou Les Wilis on 04.October 2015 on the Mikhailovsky Theatre’s stage.

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Nureyev Gala in Vienna

Friedemann Vogel in Songs of a wayfarer (c) GMPress

Friedemann Vogel joins for the second time the Nureyev Ballet Gala at the Vienna Opera House. This year Friedemann will dance "Songs of a Wayfarer" by Maurice Béjart set to Gustav Mahler’s first song cycle together with Robert Gabdullin from the Vienna State Ballet. The Ballet Gala takes place at the Wiener Staatsoper on 28.June 2015. 

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