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Ballet British Columbia

 
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Jun 13—Jun 15, 2019
 
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Choreography by Crystal Pite, Emily Molnar, and William Forsythe

“Ballet BC is physically rigorous, dramatically solid, and truly contemporary.”
—Dance Magazine

Canada’s beloved contemporary ballet company celebrates 10 years of excellence under the leadership of artistic director Emily Molnar, a former soloist with Ballett Frankfurt. In a kind of career-spanning reunion, this evening-length trio sets a new piece by Molnar alongside Enemy in the Figure, a masterwork by her former mentor William Forsythe, as well as Solo Echo, choreographed by fellow Frankfurt alum Crystal Pite. Emotive, expansive, and supremely theatrical, these three daring works embody the innovative spirit and tenacious artistry for which Ballet British Columbia has become known.

Solo Echo
Choreography by Crystal Pite

[Untitled]
Choreography by Emily Molnar

Enemy in the Figure
Choreography by William Forsythe

leadership support for dance bam provided by: harkness foundation for dance
support for the signature artist series provided by: howard gilman foundation
 
 
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