Tickets for The Hamburg Ballet are now on sale
A free adaptation by choreographer John Neumeier of Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice
In the words of Neumeier himself, “a male adult fascinated by a young man. I can choreograph this legendary part, this emotional part, but not Thomas Mann’s text”. His words and notes also tell us that he also thought the mythical element was very important. In fact, he took a conscious interest in the metaphysical component that overlays the concrete and relatable plot.
From today until the end of the show, people interested in buying tickets can do so 24hrs a day on our website, coming to the box office or calling 902 24 48 48 during the hours indicated; from 9.15 to 20.00, Monday to Friday, and 10.00 to 20.00 on show Saturdays, and since two hours before the performance starts on Sundays and bank holidays.
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