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Remi’s collaboration with international fashion brand G-Star RAW is now live. It features dancers from Dutch National Ballet negotiating the streets of Amsterdam while observing 1.5 distancing laws … the solution will surprise you! The ballet film stars Kira Hilli and Manu Kumar, and features direction from Mathieu Gremillet and music by Dutch DJ Joris Voorn.


Watch the world premiere of Remi’s ballet film “Prometheus’s Flame”, a special online project for Holland Festival in anticipation of next year’s full onstage premiere of “The Prometheus Project” for Dutch National Ballet. (The ballet was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.) The film stars Erica Horwood and quotes Mary Shelley from her Frankenstein novel, which was itself inspired by the Prometheus myth.

Penumbra’s promise

Over autumn Remi proved himself “a choreographer of great sensitivity and promise” (Fjord Review) with the German, Italian and North American premieres of his pas de deux Penumbra. Ballet stars Lucia Lacarra and Marlon Dino danced the much-loved work (choreographed to Rachmaninov) for Dortmund Ballet, while Anna Ol and Young Gyu Choi toured it to arenas across Italy with Roberto Bolle and Friends. Anna also performed the piece – with Remi – as part of the Canadian All Star Gala in Toronto. More performances are scheduled for 2017 and 2018.


Remi and partner Qian Liu were “full of youthful bravado” (Volkskrant) as Lenski and Olga in last night’s premiere of Onegin. Remi – the “big name at the moment” in ballet (Telegraaf) – made his debut in the role, which is choreographed by John Cranko and coveted by male dancers around the world.

New dance blossoms

Remi’s new musical Morning Blossoms had its world premiere last night and will tour nationally throughout October and November. His high-energy choreography is matched by a daring new score by Chloé Charody and a book and lyrics by ODD Continent artistic director Malcolm Rock. See it now before the rest of the world!

New dance rising


Today saw the premiere of Remi’s latest self-choreographed work for Dutch National Ballet, The Phoenix, an experiment with onstage musician Sonja Schebeck whose violin evoked the flames that consumed Joseph Massarelli’s newly risen chimera. A fiery finish for season 2015-16!



Remi and Anna Tsygankova will lead the European premiere of Year of the Rabbit by New York City Ballet wunderkind Justin Peck. Remi and Anna dance the principal couple in this popular ballet that is the centrepiece of Dutch National Ballet’s Transatlantic mixed bill.

Twin win

Remi has brought home another Russian trophy after being named Mr Expressivity at last night’s Dance Open in St Petersburg. His crowd-pleasing performance of Hans van Manen’s Five Tangos follows his People’s Choice Award win at the same prestigious gala in 2013.