Classic and contemporary ballet, modern dance, and flamenco combine in a celebratory evening
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$36 for two VIP tickets and a champagne reception (up to $60 value)
$10 for one regular admission ticket (up to $28 value)
The champagne reception follows the performance and is available to VIP ticket holders. Guests can enjoy a glass of champagne while meeting the choreographers and dancers.
The Theme: an exploration and celebration of dance in all its forms, presented in a series of four pieces, including…
Paquita: Marius Petipa’s 19th century ballet demonstrates the full force of French choreography while telling of a gypsy girl who falls in love with a French nobleman.
Water’s Edge: This work of modern dance pairs the choreography of Judy Bejarano, the artistic director of IMPACT Dance Company, with music by Anna Phoebe.
Where others end, and she begins: a contemporary ballet created by Alicia Laumann, a faculty member of Canyon Concert Ballet who learned under the mentorship of the late Balanchine ballerina Melissa Hayden and Alonzo King.
Fantasia Espagnole: This fusion of flamenco dance with contemporary ballet is the brainchild of David Taylor.
The Inside Scoop: Each piece will begin with a few words about the choreographer’s intent and the challenges given to the performers, such as whether there’s physically demanding sections or whether the stage has been covered in oil.