Music: New Start in Stuttgart

When Choreographer John Cranko choked to death in a freak accident last year before the horrified eyes of his Stuttgart Ballet Company, he left the troupe orphaned of its guiding spirit. Now the state and city fathers, whose liberal subsidies underwrite an international company that is one of Germany's most alluring cultural ornaments, have chosen American Choreographer Glen Tetley to plot new directions toward modern dance. Tetley does not take over as full-time director until autumn, but last weekend he premiered his ballet Gemini with his new company. Judging by the opening night...

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