King Willem-Alexander and Princess Beatrix go on a night out | Displays

King Willem-Alexander and Princess Beatrix go on a night out |  Displays

King Willem-Alexander and Princess Beatrix will go out together in The Hague next month. They will perform the ballet on Thursday evening, April 13th one of a kind In the Ammari Palace of Culture, reports the State Information Service.

The show they are visiting is produced by the Dutch Dance Festival and Kylián Productions and is performed by the Stuttgarter Ballett. According to the RVD, “The Stuttgarter Ballett has a great international reputation and consists of more than sixty dancers from more than twenty countries”.

The show was created in 1998 by Czech dancer and choreographer Jiri Kelin. He has been associated with the Nederlands Dans Theater for 34 years, with Kylián creating 74 ballets. These shows are performed all over the world, and most of them originated in The Hague. Keelin worked as Artistic Director until 1999, then as House Choreographer for ten years.

Award from Beatrix

Princess Beatrix awarded Keelen in December 2008 the Medal of Honor for Arts and Sciences. A year earlier, Mayor Pauline Kreke made him an honorary citizen of The Hague, in view of his important contributions to the cultural climate in The Hague. For this he was awarded the highest award: The Hague City Medal of Honor Gold.

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The Dutch government commissioned the display to mark the 150th anniversary of the Dutch constitution. “The performance covers a wide range of choreography: from fragile and tender to spectacular and virtuoso,” RVD describes the performance. “Women and men dance quite alike but come together with a hidden desire.”

On the evening when Willem-Alexander and Beatrix visit the show, he can be seen for the first time. And for the enthusiast, One of a Kind can also be viewed on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th April at the Amare Cultural Palace. Shows start at 8 pm, and ticket prices range from 40 to 65 euros.

Amari Palace of Culture is still full of flaws. For example, concerts are interrupted because the hall lights suddenly turn off or turn off. The building also saves very little energy to handle two energy consuming displays at the same time

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