xBallet BC

Program 2

Dates and Venue March 16-18, 2017, 8pm | Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Reviewer Karen Fitzgibbon

Amazing talent shines in PROGRAM2 Ballet with complex movements of modern industrial dance. The choreography is refreshing, intricate and meshes with overlapping sounds of industry and music. The low sound of drums emphasized each movement and then there is voice overlapping the music. Full review

 


xThe Dance Centre Discover Dance! Series
Grupo America

Date and Venue Thursday February 9, 2017 at 12 noon | Scotiabank Dance Centre, 677 Davie St, Vancouver

Reviewer Ed Farolan

What a fabulous show! So colourful with all the costumes and so vibrant with that hot Latin fever in the dances, especially the Carnivale from Brazil, the Cha-Cha and Salsa from Cuba. Other vibrant Latin dances such as the tango, and the samba in addition to traditional folkloric routines from Mexico, Panama and Chile steeped in culture and history were performed.
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Ballet BC presents Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s
Nutcracker choreography by Galina Yordanova & Nina Menon, music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Dates and Venue December 8 – 10,2016 at 8pm (Matinees Sat & Sun (Dec. 10 & 11) at 2pm) | Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver,

Artistic Director Andre Lewis Music Director Tadeusz Biernacki Choreography Galina Yordanova and Nina Menon Scenic Design Brian Perchaluk Costume Design Paul Daigle Lighting Design Michael J. Whitfield

Reviewer Nancie Ottem

The production flows beautifully, moving from scene to scene with effortless grace. Sets are big and bold, creating effective backdrops for all the activity on stage. The opening scene engages in a Canadian passion, hockey, Full review

 

 

Ballet BC
Program 1

Dates and Venue November 3 - 5, 2016. 8pm | Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Choreography, Lighting and Costume Design Cayetano Soto Choreography assistant Mikiko Arai Lighting Design Cayetano Soto and Mario Daszenies

Reviewer Nancie Ottem

The opening program for Ballet BC’s 2016/17 season is a raving success which will resonate at the box office. A collaboration with resident choreographer Cayetano Soto and Ballet BC, Program 1 melds dance technique, lighting, sound and costume into a comprehensive, thought provoking whole. Full review