For newcomers who have only recently found this type of dance and are fascinated by it, a little bit of introduction is in order. One of the earliest forms of performance dance that was born out of the golden age of Renaissance in Italy, Ballet was later further reformed and developed in France and Russia, culminating into a form of dance that could be performed in front of an audience. Since its birth in the 15th century, Ballet has evolved into a distinct art with its own unique vocabulary and a wide array of technical movements and its own brand of classical music to accompany it. It is a very hard to master and requires dedication and commitment, which is why lovers of ballet come from far and wide to see the true masters of ballet perform.
Now you have the chance to witness art in motion, so buy your Ballet BC tickets before they run out. Ballet BC has, over the course of years, built a reputation for showing the most authentic and visually stimulating ballet company in contemporary times. It was created by the Emily Molnar, who was also its artistic director in 1986. And since then, it has gone from strength to strength as being one of the most well known international and lauded company dealing in ballet. Most of the success and fame comes from its risk taking approach and always pushing the envelope as far as expanding the genre is concerned. The company revolves around a handpicked group of 16 dancers which includes 13 full time dancers and 3 apprentices. These artists are masters in their own rights in their artistry and movement with regard to contemporary ballet dancing.
The specialty of Ballet BC is that it gives its viewers a delightful mixture of Canadian and International contemporary ballet. This heady mixture further promotes newer and newer dance forms to evolve based on the original ballet techniques but syncing with the popular current trends. Resultantly only the best in the business collaborate with the company. Over the course of years, some of the international choreographers to have graced the Ballet BC stage include such household names as Myriam Naisy, Simone Orlando, Jean Grand Maitre, James Kudelka, Lar Lubovitch, Gioconda Barbuto, Martha Graham, Dominique Dumais, Agnes de Mille, Shawn Hounsell, Kevin O Day, Serge Bennathan, Medhi Walerski, Paul Taylor, Wen Wei Wang, Nicolo Fonte, Emily Molnar, Jose Navas, Crystal Pite, Mark Morris, Twyla Tharp, John Alleyne, George Balanchine, Jorma Elo, Itzil Galili, William Fosythe, Jiri Kylian and several more as well.
So do not let this opportunity go by. Buy your Ballet BC tickets now and witness how dance transcends time, space and cultures through its universal appeal and timeless beauty. Be a part of the creativity that such a collaborative platform brings to the genre.