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  • The piece was a portrait of the ballet company coming to terms with the death of Cranko, their much-loved artistic director.
  • Cranko had moved to Germany, where he established the Stuttgart Ballet as a world-class classical company.
  • Cranko, himself a former dancer who had moved to choreography, concluded that MacMillan might well follow the same course.
  • Peggy van Praagh suggested that he work out the idea with the young choreographer John Cranko.
  • It was part of a complete evening of Cranko ballets.
  • It rose to fame in the 1960s under the direction of its founder, the South African born British dancer John Cranko.
  • Cranko was born in Rustenburg in the former province of Transvaal, South Africa.
  • Conducted by the composer, it was directed by the choreographer John Cranko.
  • Cranko was buried at a small cemetery near Castle Solitude in Stuttgart.
  • She worked with up-and-comers such as John Cranko and Glen Tetley.
  • He also produced Cranko's Swan Lake and Les Sylphides and worked in radio and cinema.
  • Thereafter, he focussed mainly on ballet, and worked principally with John Cranko.
  • Cranko introduced new characters (Mrs Dimple) and gave Poll an admirer to enable a happy ending.
  • The original 1956 Cranko version had been judged unsatisfactory and was neglected during the composer's lifetime.
  • For the ballet, Cranko expanded the story of the Bab Ballad and added a happy ending.
  • Cranko, by now in charge of the Stuttgart Ballet, invited MacMillan to create the piece there.
  • He joined the Stuttgart Ballet in 1968 and worked under John Cranko, where he began to work as a choreographer.
  • She also performed the summer pas de deux at the John Cranko Gala for the Stuttgart Ballet.
  • The Financial Times called the performance (of John Cranko's Onegin) "the sensation of the season."
  • Even after Cranko's death, Cragun remained at the Stuttgart Ballet through the end of his dancing career in 1996.
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