RADTKE Lennart

German, born on December 31st 1989.

Lennart Radtke


Lennart Radtke studied dance at the Royal Ballet School in London

He continued his training at the Hamburg Ballett School in Germany

The artist

He joined the Hamburg Ballet John Neumeier, where he performed in pieces from John Neumeier's repertoire: A Cinderella Story, A Streetcar named Desire, Giselle, Seven Haiku of the Moon, Hamlet, Josephs legend, The lady of the Camellias, The little Mermaid, Des Knaben Wunderhorn, Lilliom, St. Mathews Passion, The Seagull, Nijinsky, Orpheus, Othelllo, Parzivall, Le Pavillon d'Armide, Peer Gynt, Purgatorio, Le Sacre, Seasons, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Sylvia, Death in Venice, As you like it, Vivaldi, Winterreise, Yondering…

He has performed a number of lead roles, such as Quadrille in Illusionen - wie Schwanensee, Wolf Beifeld in Lilliom, Romeo and Count Paris in Romeo and Juliet, Fritz in The Nutcracker, Valentin in Vivaldi or What You Will, The friend of the soldier (Annunzio Cervi) in Duse, Adage couple in Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler and performed solos in Kinderszenen, Christmas Oratorio Part I-VI and Préludes CV.

He created the role of A Shy Boy in Lilliom and Marcus Antonius in Tatjana.

He has also performed works by other choreographers in the repertoire: The Concert by Jerome Robbins, Napoli by Auguste Bournoville/Lloyd Riggins, Onegin by John Cranko, Renku by Yuka Oishi/Orkan Dann, La Sylphide by Pierre Lacotte, The Rite of Springby Millicent Hodson, inspired by Vaslaw Nijinsky, The Prodigal Son by George Balanchine. He performed as Lenski, the lead in Onegrin by John Cranko and took part in the Let's Keep It Black production by Orkan Dann, In'sex by Marcelino Libao, 
Einflüsse by Miljana Vracaric, and Soledad en Compania by Aleix Martinez.

He joined Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo directed by Jean-Christophe Maillot.

Other projects

He created his very first choreographic pieces as part of the Young Choreographers initiative in Hamburg: My Big Apple in Blue (2011), Beethoven Sonata (2012), Poppy (2015