The Artist Salon
Do you want to know more about creating dance, how choreographers make their work, and how an initial idea is shaped into a fully-realized production? Then join us for The Artist Salon. This hour-long, intimate conversation will dive into the lives and minds of leading choreographers in contemporary dance today. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the artists and discuss the creative spirit in motion.
2016/17 Artist Salon Schedule
Program 3: May 8
Time & Place
Scotiabank Dance Centre – Kraul Studio
677 Davie St, Vancouver
6:30 – 7:30 pm
Join us in studio for an informal discussion with Ballet BC Artistic Director Emily Molnar, Program 3 choreographer Emanuel Gat, and assistant to Ohad Naharin, Danielle Agami, moderated by David Allison. Learn about how the choreographers develop a work and how it is then shaped from inception to production.
For more information please contact 604.732.5003 ext 221 or email
artisticadmin2 (at) balletbc.com
Want to know what goes on in the mind of a choreographer? Find out at the Pre-Performance Chats!
Before every performance from 7:00 – 7:30 pm at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, join Emily Molnar and our collaborators to discuss the creative process and works, moderated by David Allison.
2016/17 Pre-Performance Chat Schedule
May 11: Emanuel Gat
May 12: Emanuel Gat
May 13: Emanuel Gat
Performances in our Alternative Space Program
Through this program, we enable audiences to experience dance in more interactive settings. These shows are set in alternative spaces with the artists of Ballet BC working on improvisational and site-specific works in interdisciplinary spaces, giving the audience an intimate and experimental point of view into dance.
Live at the ‘Bolt – Small Stage with Ballet BC
The company dancers of Ballet BC and Small Stage Artistic associates team up for an amazing evening of dance. Join us as we walk around Deer Lake Park and see some amazing short works by some of Vancouver’s most talented dancers and choreographers.
Check back for more details.
Student and Community Dress Rehearsals
Ballet BC continues to invite elementary, high school students and other community organizations to its program dress rehearsal. Our goal is to provide access to dance for those who would otherwise not experience a Ballet BC performance.
Click here to register and book your tickets to the upcoming Dress Rehearsal.
Study guides for each program are available by request.
Ballet BC would like to thank Beech Foundation and Diamond Foundation for their generous support of Ballet BC’s Student and Community Dress Rehearsal program.
Studio Visits, Open Houses and Sneak Previews
These are informal one-hour studio discussions and demonstrations open to the public and held throughout the season. Introduced by the Artistic Director and featuring special guests, the presentations offer performance highlights in the intimacy of a rehearsal setting, and include a Q&A session. Attendees witness a part of the working day of the choreographer, dancers and rehearsal director in the intimate environment of the studio.
Simons Community Balcony
Ballet BC and Simons are proud to make the arts affordable for all!
$15 tickets to Ballet BC performances are available in Rows 27-34 of the balcony!
Simply enter the code SIMONS when purchasing Simons Community Balcony tickets at ticketmaster.ca/simons.