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Choreographer Kim Brandstrup is renowned for his award-winning work in ballet, opera, theatre and film.

Creating for world leading companies including The Royal Ballet, English National Ballet, Royal Danish Ballet, Rambert Dance

Company, Birmingham Royal Ballet, English National Opera, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, the Metropolitan Opera, Bregenz Festival and the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Kim is recognised as one of the leading narrative choreographers of his generation.

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2015 New Work

LONDON - Ballet Rambert (2015)

A new work created by Kim Brandstrup for the Ballet Rambert - details coming soon

2014 Leda and The Swan(film)

Leda and the Swan

Leda and the Swan

Royal Ballet
Royal Opera House, Covent Garden , 5 September 2014

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"Kim Brandstrup’s masterly Leda and The Swan, which mingles Yeats’s poetry (read by Fiona Shaw) has the texture and heft of proper film-making. Zenaida Yanowsky and Tommy Franzen are transfixing."

Sarah Compton, The Telegraph

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2014 Ceremony Of Innocence

Ceremony of Innocence

Ceremony of Innocence

LONDON - Royal Opera House (2014) SNAPE MALTINGS - The Royal Ballet/Dance East (2013)

Part of a triple-bill with the Royal Ballet Flanders, and set in the the beautiful brickwork structure of the Snape Maltings Concert Hall in Aldeburgh, this danced celebration of Benjamin Britten's Centenary year is set to his Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, featuring some of the finest dancers from the Royal Ballet (London) including Edward Watson and Mara Galeazzi.

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2013 The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

Fitzroy Productions / BAM / Epidaurus Festival
London, New York, Greece, 2012 / 2013

NEW YORK - BAM (2013) LONDON - Old Vic Tunnels (2012) GREECE - Epidaurus Festival (2012)

This staging of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's epic poem premiered as part of the Epidauras Festival in Greece, before a season in the Old Vic Tunnels in London. Directed by Phyllida Lloyd and staring actress Fiona Shaw and dancer Daniel Hay-Gordon. The poem, Coleridge's longest, tells the story of a sailor who shoots an albatross during a voyage and runs into a seam of ill fortune, as the rest of the crew perish on board.

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2013 Eugene Onegin

Eugene Onegin

Eugene Onegin

NEW YORK - The Metropolitan Opera (2017/2013) LONDON - English National Opera (2011)

A co-production between the English National Opera and The Metropolitan Opera of Tchaikovsky's Eugene starring Anna Netrebko and Mariusz Kwiecien, directed by Deborah Warner

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2012 Metamorphoses: Titian

Metamorphosis: Titian2012 - Machina

Metamorphosis: Titian2012 - Machina

Royal Opera House
Royal Opera House, July 2012

LONDON - The Royal Opera House (2012)

As part of the Cultural Olympiad in July 2012, Wayne McGregor and Kim Brandstrup joins forces to create a new dance work – part of ‘Titian 2012’ at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Commissioned jointly by the Olympic Festival, The National Gallery and The Royal Ballet, the evening brings together Turner Prize winning visual artists, newly commissioned music and new choreography in celebration of Monica Mason’s 10-year tenure as Director of The Royal Ballet.

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