Cranko


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Cranko

(ˈkræŋkəʊ)
n
(Biography) John. 1927–73, British choreographer, born in South Africa: director of the Stuttgart Ballet (1961–73)
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After learning it from the experts in the house that Cranko (re)built at Stuttgart Ballet, I've danced it around the world in the most extravagant theaters.
Cranko was never a man to indulge himself with complex ballets attractive to only a small, elite section of the ballet-going public.
The German ballet company's famous piece choreographed by John Cranko in 1969 is a timeless classic; 46 years on it is still fresh and funny.
They are three witty classics from John Cranko, George Balanchine and Kenneth MacMillan.
In the very few points on which Cranko differs from Tchaikovsky's highly selective adaptation of Pushkin, he doesn't return to Pushkin's original -- he moves further away.
La fierecilla domada es una comedia de William Shakespeare (1564-1616) convertida por el coreografo sudafricano John Cranko (19171973) en un extraordinario ballet, que junto con Oneguin y Romeo y Julieta forman la trilogia dancistica de este.
The Joffrey's repertory includes notable works of John Cranko, Mikhail Fokine, William Forsythe, Jiri Kylian, Agnes de Mille and Paul Taylor.
This March, the Joffrey Ballet gave a spirited rendition of the Cranko version during the company's twenty-ninth season at the State Theater, and one could detect in it many of the visceral effects that must have seized MacMillan.
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And there's a version out there for everyone this month: The reigning classics by John Cranko, at Ballet West (Feb.
The ballet by South African choreographer John Cranko was created in 1969, inspired by Shakespeare's play of the same name.