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Ballet Kelowna explores the future of dance by looking to the past

Ballet Kelowna explores the future of dance by looking to the past

April 28, 2016
National

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“If you’re looking at a piece and you don’t see external rotations, you don’t see arabesque lines (body position on one leg) or epaulement (shoulder and head position), it’s not ballet. For me, contemporary ballet provides clear and distinct visual references back to the roots of the art form.”

We will see all these things when Ballet Kelowna takes to the stage of the Norman Rothstein Theatre, inhabiting it fully with six dancers and an apprentice, plus the five musicians of Continuum Contemporary Music from Toronto under the direction of ensemble percussionist Ryan Scott, who will accompany all the works on the program and also play bridging music between pieces..."

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