The Dutch Queen Maxima was out on another in-person engagement today. She visited the Netherlands Dance theatre in Hague. Queen learnt about how the dance school is keeping up with its programs and schedules during the pandemic.
NDT is an international dance company that makes contemporary dance from its home base in The Hague. The company consists of two groups of dancers: NDT 1 for dancers at the top of their careers and NDT 2 for talented young professionals.
As the pandemic has changed all fields of our lives, the dance school was not an exception. To adapt the changing circumstances, school is offering online classes and different methods to reach the audience.
Queen Máxima spoke to various employees of NDT about their experiences during the corona crisis, the way in which they maintain the spirits in this time, guarantee their artistic vision and show their work.
The new artistic director of NDT, Emily Molnar, showed Queen Máxima around a studio where dance lessons were given, the costume and decor workshops and the auditorium, where the technique and production teams from ‘mist’ worked on the set.
For the day, Queen chose a stylish look from her go-to label Natan. She was wearing a burgundy Natan blouse with a scarf. Maxima teamed up the look with
Maxima was wearing her leather burgundy Gianvito Rossi pumps and carried her matching Natan pony hair envelope clutch.