A rising star in Munich with international acclaim
For his devoted audience, it was his personality, his aura, and his very distinctive aesthetic as a dancer. They could undoubtedly feel his deep love for dance and music, and they recognised the humanity with which he approached his roles.
He and Konstanze Vernon celebrated triumphant successes on the stage of his beloved Nationaltheater Munich, to which he always remained loyal. When Margot Fonteyn chose him as her partner for her tours in 1973 and 1974, he attracted considerable international attention.
Konstanze Vernon writes about her former dream partner:
For Konstanze Vernon and Fred Hoffmann, the founders of the Heinz-Bosl-Stiftung, there could be no better or more fitting name for the foundation than that of Heinz Bosl. He was a role model for future generations of dancers; his name had to live on. For the Heinz-Bosl-Stiftung, this exceptional dancer remains a guiding star. He who never grew old represents values that we still live by today.