Ballet Kelowna spring program to explore action and consequence

Ballet Kelowna was pleased this week to announce Actions Consequences, their spring 2011 performance tour.

  • Jan. 20, 2011 10:00 a.m.

Ballet Kelowna was pleased this week to announce Actions Consequences, their spring 2011 performance tour.

The 13-city tour begins in Chilliwack on Feb. 25 and continues through B.C. and Alberta, culminating on April 30 in Kelowna.

The presentation includes a wide range of dance that explores the physical relationship of movement to music and sight to sound encompassing the “inno-classical” objective of the subscription season.

“Traditionally the act of dance creation presupposed the choreographic outcome,” explained David LaHay, the company’s artistic director.

“However, more frequently today, ballet is a direct consequence of the interplay between the choreographer and the dancers with the consequential outcome unknown until the final moment of creation.”

With the objective of capturing the entertainment interest of all members of the family, Ballet Kelowna aims to enhance the public image of ballet, making the art form more inviting, fun and personally meaningful. Proudly “made in Kelowna” this boutique “inno-classical” professional ballet company is a dedicated community partner committed to inspire, educate and entertain through the artistry of ballet. For more information see

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