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Toccata

“For Ilona”

Premiere New York City Ballet, May 2009
In repertoire New York City Ballet

Music: Otto Bubeníček
Choreography: Jiří Bubeníček
Costumes: Otto Bubeníček
Lighting: Fabio Antoci and Jiří Bubeníček

Dancers: Dorothée Gilbert, Anna Merkulova, Katherina Markowskaya
Hervé Moreau, Jón Vallejo, Claudio Cangialosi and Michael Tucker

 

The Picture of Dorian Gray

“For Otto Bertis”

16th of July 2011 Castle Velké Losiny/Czech Republic

Music: Keith Jarrett and Bruno Muretti
Choreography: Jiří Bubeníček and Otto Bubeníček
Costumes: Denisa Nova
Stage design: Otto Bubeníček
Light design: Fabio Antoci and Jiří Bubeníček

Dancers: Otto Bubeníček, Jiří Bubeníček and Raquél Martínez

 

Intermission

 

Prelude & Fugue

For Tokyo

Premiere /Creation for Bunkamura
scheduled for January 2013

Music: Dmitri Shostakovich
Choreography: Jiří Bubeníček
Costumes and stage design: Otto Bubeníček
Light design: Fabio Antoci and Jiří Bubeníček

Dancers: Dorothée Gilbert and Hervé Moreau

 

Faun

Premiere Semperoper Ballet, 23rd of June 2012
In repertoire Semperoper Ballet

Music: Francis Poulenc and Claude Debussy
Choreography: Jiří Bubeníček
Stage and Costume design: Otto Bubeníček
Light design: Fabio Antoci and Jiří Bubeníček

Dancers: Raphaël Coumes-Marquet, Jón Vallejo and Claudio Cangialosi

Maximilian Genov, Francesco Pio Ricci, Jan Oratynski, Francesco Pio Ricci,
Michael Tucker, Fabien Voranger.

 

Intermission

 

Le Souffle de l ́Esprit

“For Olga and Marie”

Premiere: Zurich Ballet, Sep.1st, 2007, Zurich
In repertoire: Wiener Staatsballett/Manuel Legris
North Carolina Dance Theater/USA

Music: J.S.Bach, Roman Hoffstetter, Johann Pachelbel and Otto Bubeníček
Choreography: Jiří Bubeníček
Costumes: Otto Bubeníček
Scenography and video: Otto Bubeníček
Light design: Fabio Antoci (Martin Gebhardt)

Dancers:

Solo Men: Jiří Bubeníček, Otto Bubeníček and Jón Vallejo
Solo Girls: Raquel Martinez and Duosi Zhu
Girls: Katherina Markowskaja and Anna Merkulova
Boys: Claudio Cangialosi, Maximilian Genov, Francesco Pio Ricci, Michael Tucker

 


 

Facility Information / ORCHAD HALL

A tripartite giant acoustic shelter (16.4 metres high,120 tons) enables the stage to be converted to suit the orchestra and production.
This shows formatting for mid. sized orchestra.

A world class hall for world class concerts, opera and balletThe world’s three great concert halls are Vienna’s Musikvereinssaal, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw and the Boston Symphony Hall. They are all so-called “shoe box” style halls, characterized by their high ceilings, vertical walls, shallow balconies and rectangular design. Orchard Hall is the largest hall of this type in Japan, designed in meticulous detail from the very outset both to guarantee the audience a totally satisfying auditory experience and, at the same time, to provide artists with as near perfect a performing environment as possible.
Multiple refraction from the 20 meter high ceiling and the towering vertical walls produces full, majestic acoustics. Furthermore, by adjusting the giant movable tripartite acoustic shelter, it is possible for the auditorium to function dually as a concert hall and a theatre. Thus Orchard Hall can offer such diverse genres as classical music, opera and ballet, and can satisfy the most demanding aficionado of each respective style. Orchard Hall’s charm is captured in the elegant perfection of its appurte-nances. The foyer offers a mellow, refined atmosphere and there is an ele-gantly appointed buffet for patrons to enjoy a drink or light refreshment before the show or during the intermission; it can be booked privately for par-ties and receptions. From your first arrival in the cloakroom-so spacious and perfect down to the smallest detail-you are assured a very special experience.

The stage formatted for full orchestra by moving the accoustic sheller.

Orchard Hall is equipped with state-of-the-art features such as inclining stage sysyem , adjustable orchestra pit, and open sound control booth. Photograph shows stage formatted for ballet and opera.

Another example of the convertible stage, this time formatted with speakers above and to the left and right of the stage for a popular music concert.

  The foyer conveys a special feeling of expectancy.   Orchard Hall’s buffet

 

 

 

 



 

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