On March 16, Queen Máxima visited Nederlands Dans Theater (English: Netherlands Dance Theatre) in The Hague. During the working visit, The Queen learned how the dance company is holding its own during the corona pandemic and how the company is working on maintaining quality, interesting online programming and audience reach.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT) is a Dutch contemporary dance company. NDT is headquartered at the Lucent Danstheater in The Hague. In addition to the Lucent Danstheater, NDT performs at other venues in the Netherlands, including Amsterdam’s Het Muziektheater and Nijmegen’s Stadsschouwburg.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Due to the pandemic, performances at home and abroad have not or hardly been possible for a year now. As a result, NDT has looked for new ways to show dance and reach the public. Film registrations and live streams of dance productions turned out to be a solution.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Queen Máxima visited NDT during the preparations for the new NDT production “Mist”. The world premiere could not take place in May 2020 due to the health crisis, but will still take place virtually at the beginning of May 2021. The Queen took a glimpse at the studio during morning ballet class.
- QUEEN MÁXIMA PAID A DIGITAL WORKING VISIT TO UTRECHT UNIVERSITY.
- QUEEN MAXIMA WITH A PARROT IN SOUTH-WEST DRENTHE.
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Her Majesty spoke with Artistic Director Emily Molnar, Managing Director Willemijn Maas and various employees of NDT about their experiences during the health crisis, the way in which they maintain the high level in this time, guarantee their artistic vision and show their work.Embed from Getty Images
At the Costume Department, The Queen had an extensive conversation with the head of the atelier about designing and making the costumes for all performances.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Nederlands Dans Theater dancers Chloé Albaret and Donnie Duncan Jr. performed for Queen Maxima a duet from the piece “Baby don’t hurt me” by Imre van Opstal and Marne van Opstal.
- QUEEN MÁXIMA PAID A WORKING VISIT TO CHRISTIAN PRIMARY SCHOOL SABINA VAN EGMOND.
- QUEEN MÁXIMA VISITS STADSSCHOUWBURG AND CONCERTGEBOUW DE VEREENIGING.
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To conclude, Queen Máxima spoke to a few dancers about their experiences of performing without an audience and about their expectations for the future.Embed from Getty Images
Royal Fashion: Queen Máxima of the Netherlands
Queen Maxima wore Natan Couture Burgundy Scarf Collar Blouse, Natan Couture Daisy Brown Leather Skirt, Natan Couture Ponyhair Enveloppe Burgundy Red Clutch and Gianvito Rossi Gianvito 105 Burgundy Nappa Leather Pumps.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
- QUEEN MÁXIMA WORE PURPLE OUTFIT TO VISIT DOORNBOS EQUIPMENT.
- QUEEN MÁXIMA ATTENDED MUSIC TABLE DAY.
- QUEEN MÁXIMA VISITED CARE ORGANIZATION ZORGMIES.
- QUEEN MÁXIMA IS BACK AFTER SUMMER HOLIDAYS!!! IN A TOTAL WHITE OUTFIT.
- QUEEN MÁXIMA AT THE ONLINE CEREMONY OF APPELTJE VAN ORANJE.