Sneak video preview of passionate Spanish-influenced UN/A

Dec 19 2017, 10:15 am

When you think Spain, traditional images of dark-haired beauties and passionate matadors may come to mind. Here’s a look at modern Spain through contemporary dance, with today’s hottest choreographers.

Ballet BC triumphantly presents UN/A, a Spanish-influenced name evoking the company’s strong bent towards creation-based new works.

Watch this 73-second video preview of UN/A dancers in action:

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Ballet BC’s last production of the season explodes at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre for an exclusive three night run. This triple bill of three choreographers showcases the leading edge of modern dance in Vancouver. “They all have had international success, creating and staging works for major dance companies around the world,” said residential Artistic Director Emily Molnar.

Ballet BC dancer Gilbert Small_ Photo Michael Slobodian.

Bonus: Included In Your Ticket

  • Preshow Chat: On all three nights, enjoy a free intimate conversation at 7 p.m. with one of the choreographers from the show
  • Postshow Reception: On all three nights, join Ballet BC for post-show drinks at the cash bar in the theatre where you can mingle with the choreographers, dancers, Artistic Director, Executive Director and other Ballet BC supporters
  • On Saturday April 26, the post-show reception is extra special! As the last performance of the 2013-14 season, enjoy Ballet BC’s closing party and silent auction. You’ll get to meet the dancers, Artistic Director, Executive Director and other Ballet BC supporters at the Mezzanine Lobby that evening.

More Information

Dates: April 24 to 26, 2014

Venue: Queen Elizabeth Theatre – 649 Cambie Street, Vancouver

Tickets: Starting at $22.25 – Buy online or call Ticketmaster (855-985-ARTS)


Photo Credit: Michael Slobodian

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