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Hamburg Ballet: Movements that Move Campaign

Published Oct 10, 2011

Beautiful campaign created by German agency Scholz & Friends for the Hamburg Ballet.

The images represent themes like “Solitude”, “Passion”, “Courage” and “Jealousy”.

“John Neumeier says of his choreography, that they ‘create movements that move.’ This emotional approach, of transforming dance into a dream, characterizes the Hamburg Ballet. ‘Movements that move’ is therefore the central theme for the first image campaign of the company at all.”

via Wabbaly Scholz & Friends’ website

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