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Ballet Kelowna's Variations on Innovation at UBC

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March 26, 2014 - 11:45 AM

KELOWNA - Featuring Canadian choreographers and composer, Ballet Kelowna will be showcasing Variations on Innovation, a shortened version of their ground-breaking Innovation. From pioneering works to a cutting edge commission, Innovation will challenge ideas of contemporary ballet.

Come expecting more than tutus and tiaras with choreography by dance icons Kay Armstrong and Brian Macdonald, former Ballet BC star Simone Orlando and Ballet Kelowna’s Artistic Director David LaHay. Composers including Kelowna’s own jazz composer Neville Bowman, Toronto’s Linda Catlin Smith and Quebecois singer-songwriter Gilles Vigneault set a different tone for each work.

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