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Ballets

Joshua Tree Symphony – (2017)

Raiford Rogers Modern Ballet, premiere  August 12, 2017

The Little Mermaid – (2016)

Libretto: SKUTR (Martin Kukučka, Lukáš Trpišovský) inspired by H. Ch. Andersen
choreography: Jan Kodet

At present it is one of the most visited performances at the National Theatre in Prague (commissioned by National Theatre) The Little Mermaid, the National Theatre in Prague, ballet


Still Life – (2015)

Choreography: Raiford Rogers, a world famous American choreographer, commissioned by Los Angeles Chamber Ballet performed the world premiere of the ballet as well as the concert composition for the cello and orchestra


Krabat – (2013)

libretto: SKUTR (Martin Kukučka, Lukáš Trpišovský)
choreography: Jan Kodet
full-length ballet about the motives of Otfried Preusler (commissioned by National Theatre in Prague). Krabat was one of the most visited titles of the National Theatre scene. Not only was it awarded for its music, choreography and scenography, it was also declared by the critics of music to be the best ballet work in the last three years on the Czech stage.


Kevel – (2006)

choreography: Jan Kodet
4 clarinets – Clarinet Factory, Ponec
chamber experimental ballet


Garden– (2006)

director and librettist: Jiří Středa
choreography: Alena Pešková
full-length ballet inspired by Jiří Trnka book (commissioned by DJKT in Pilsen)


IBBUR, or a Prague Mystery – (2005)

libretto: Daniel Wiesner
choreography: Petr Zuska
full-length ballet inspired by a novel by Gustava Meyrinka Golem (commissioned by National Theatre in Prague)


Golem – (2001)

libretto: Pavel Šmok
ballet inspired by an old Prague Jewish legend, Prague Chambre Balletbalet (PKB) The Prague State Opera

 


The Wizard of Oz – (1999)

libretto: Jiří Středa
direction and choreography: Zdeněk Prokeš
scene: Adolf Born
commissioned by National Theatre in Brno

following production was at the Silesian Theatre in Opava (2007) direction and choreography: Daniel Wiesner
full-length ballet fairytale inspired by book of  Franka Baum

 


Komboloi – (1997)

libretto: Tomáš Vondrovic
choreography: Petr Zuska
music for a ballet for the chamber orchestra, commissioned by Prague Chamber Ballet (PKB)

 


Secret Life – (1995)

choreography: Martino Müller
for the chamber orchestra, commissioned by Holland Dance Festival
premiere in the Nederland’s Dans Theater, Den Hague


Roots – (1992)

ballet for the symphonic orchestra with electronic manipulation, Paris

 


The Villa of Mysteries – (1985)

fl., vl., vla, piano, Brooklyn Dance Theatre (NY, USA)

 


Phobia – (1984)

3 tr., piano, percuss, VUS, Nyon (Switzerland)

 


Pierot – (1984)

arpa solo, VUS, Nyon (Switzerland)