The production will see the curtain rise from a new resident venue: the majestic Queen Elizabeth Theatre.
Celebrating her 10th year as artistic director of Vancouver-based Ballet BC, Emily Molnar has taken the company from the brink of bankruptcy to sought-after, internationally-renowned success.
Despite having the talent to work anywhere in the world, The National Ballet of Canada principal dancer Heather Ogden chose to build her career on home soil—and thus became one of the country’s darling prima ballerinas.
Joseph Boyden’s main task was “how to tell this story.”
At 17, Holmes became the first North American dancer invited to perform with the Kirov Ballet Company—arguably the best in the world.
Paloma Herrera has gone from triumph to triumph, and has graced many of the world’s great ballet stages, performing the iconic central masterpieces of the genre, along with her fair share of more contemporary works.
Paloma Herrera was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and began her training at the age of seven with the legendary Olga Ferri. She graduated with the highest qualification at the Superior Art Institute at Teatro Colón, and her rise in the ballet world proved meteoric.
A collaboration with Ballet BC.
MONTECRISTO magazine, in collaboration with Ballet BC, presents “Taking Shape”, a creative editorial featuring Ballet BC dancers Gilbert Small, Alyson Fretz and Makaila Wallace.
Chan Hon Goh, director of the Goh Ballet and former prima ballerina of the National Ballet of Canada, has completed the inaugural Canadian Master Class Series.