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Johan Kobborg is one of the few stage directors in the world with taste and understanding of the classical ballet.

Bolshoi Magazine - Moscow

Kobborg’s staging of La Sylphide is the best I know, the most sensitive to Bournonville’s drama and manner. The production is masterly.

Financial Times - UK

This whole sequence showed Kobborg’s intuitive understanding of a ballet in which he had performed many times and his innovation at doing it differently and just as well, if not better.

 

DanceTabs - UK

Kobborg has deconstructed the work; mixing up the narrative’s building blocks before reassembling them in a masterpiece of balance that remains recognisably traditional but is also refreshingly new.

DanceTabs - UK

This - Kobborg's Les Lutins - is one of the most riveting pieces of choreography you'll ever see.

BalletNews - UK

When he opened the ballet out, like a filmmaker adapting a stage play, it was either to emphasize a point or to provide more dancing opportunities for a corps that would otherwise be restive.

 

DanceLog - USA

The mix of pure intelligence and pure enchantment driving his production should guarantee it a whole new audience.

The Guardian - UK

Kobborg thinks of dance as a wonderful dancer and logical as the heir to the Danish school.

RG.RU - Russia

Everything and more. As the curtain closed, and tears welled up in my eyes, I felt like I had finally seen a fresh revisit of a classic. Superbly coached, curated, and danced,

This Giselle is everything the original had and more.

 

The Ballet Herald USA

 

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