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Mario Schröder

Mario Schröder: Bach, tabla, Magnificat

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Magnificat Premiere 09.02.2019 // Ravi Srinivasan (Indigo Masala), Leipziger Ballett © Ida Zenna

Leipziger Ballett’s Mario Schröder chose to offset Bach’s 18th century composition of the Canticle of Mary with classical Indian music that started in the same century. The two couldn’t be more different, producing conflicting bodily reactions. Both transport you.

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Mario Schröder’s Swan Lake: mirror of us

in Culture / Entertainment/Dance/O & P Highlights
Swan Lake Premiere 06.05.2018 // Urania Lobo Garcia © Ida Zenna

Mario Schröder’s Swan Lake is pretty, dark and, most of all, real. Hurry. It’s sure to sell out.

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Schröder, Bach, Luther and me

in O & P Highlights/Stage
In celebration of Martin Luther's reformation Mario Schröder has choreographed Bach Johannes Passion.
St. John Passion Premiere 27.10.2017 // Erzähler (Yan Leiva) und Erzähler (Anna Jo) © Ida Zenna

In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s reformation, Mario Schröder has choreographed Bach’s Johannes Passion and it’s breathtakingly beautiful.

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Ballet: Mario Schröder’s Van Gogh

in Dance/O & P Highlights
Van Gogh Premiere 03.02.2017 // Leipziger Ballett © Ida Zenna

A searing portrait of Van Gogh and his family. Performances 3 Mar, 19 May and 20 June.

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Van Gogh unraveled

in Arts/O & P Highlights

Inspired by Mario Schröder’s new ballet, premiering 3 Feb, we see if there’s anything new to learn about the icon Van Gogh?

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Ch Ch Ch Changes

in Arts/Dance

My first piece for Leipzig Zeitgeist (LZ) about Leipzig Ballet was when Mario Schröder first appeared on the scene. It felt right. I was new. The company as we now know it was new. I went to my first after party that night. I mainly watched, but I did meet some people that would enrich my life. I must say it’s a far cry from my current after party shenanigans. How many years has it been? Five! It feels like yesterday and yet, like a lifetime.

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