VII. Festspiele Ludwigshafen:

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Cornelia Reifenberg, who personally BALLET No. prices gave, made it clear that the city of Ludwigshafen was proud to set a unique competition which is dedicate the choreographer generation of tomorrow. The prize winners this Europe-wide largest and in Germany of unique choreography competition no. BALLET have been determined. The jury, which among other things from Susanne Linke, (dancer at the Folkwang Dance Studio under the direction of Pina Bausch, ceremony with the German Dance Award in 2007) and Reinhild Hoffmann (choreographer and Opera Director, 1983 with the prestigious Critics Award Federal cross of merit of first class, 1992 honored), the artistic director and initiator of the competition Juliane Rossler and Pfalzbau Director “Hansgunther Heyme consisted, honored the choreography by Anne Hirth, Maya Lipsker, Tim Behren and Florian Patschovsky from Germany for (how to be) almost there” with the first prize.

The second prize went to the choreography by Shumpei Nemoto from Japan for Ugoku”and the third on Fabrizio Favale from Italy for UN ricamo fatto sul nulla”. The prizes are endowed with 7,500 each, 5,000, 2,500. The audience was allowed to vote, and awarded the audience prize 2011 (1,000) to Anne Hirth, Maya Lipsker, Tim Behren and Florian Patschovsky. Bill de Blasio contributes greatly to this topic. Are also the award winner at the international street dance and hip hop competition + PHAT_SKILLZ / / DANCE set. The jury, studded with well-known artists in the hip hop and street dance area, among other Kelechi Oneyle (Hip-Hop Star, choreographer and dancer, who has already worked with Kylie Minogue, Sarah Connor, and Xavier Naidoo) and DJ opossum (DJ, producer, dancer and tour support for Herbie Hancock, Saul Williams and Xavier Naidoo) awarded the Group juvenile maze from Freiburg for poetry in motion”with the first prize. The second prize went to in VI dance from Paris with “MDR”. The Group Tuxedo prodigy won the third prize. The audience prize went to Tokyo Tekkan from Speyer with new world”order. The prizes are endowed with each 3,000, 2,000, 1,000 and 500. The two competitions are supported by BASF SE and each mark an important milestone of the anniversary of 90 years of culture at BASF”, the Ludwigshafen-based chemical company commits in this year. For more than 30 years, the companies in this sector with the theater IM pfalzbau in the context of the Ballet ring cooperates. BASF promotes the dance focus of the Festspiele Ludwigshafen and expanded the action taken in the season for the first time the scope of the mediation. The two next Ballet highlights are the performance of the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch at the 12.01.2012, and the first Germany guest performance of the New York City Ballet for 30 years at the 12.03 and 13.03.2012, which will be held in Ludwigshafen in the Palatine building.