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Akram Khan is irrefutably one of the most innovative dance artists in the world. His highly collaborative interdisciplinary works shift between classical kathak and contemporary dance. For his new solo, he tells the tale of an Indian colonial soldier in the First World War, expressing both the beauty and horror of the human condition.
Paul-André Fortier is a Canadian dance legend. For over 40 years his remarkable contribution as a pioneering creator has earned him multiple honours and the admiration of a whole generation of artists. A self-described “man who dances”, Fortier, at the age of 70, has a singular stage presence, and a depth of experience matched only by a relentless curiosity.
Those lucky enough to catch Honji Wang and Sébastien Ramirez’s NAC debut in 2016 will be particularly thrilled about this return engagement. In Borderline, the dynamo couple at the forefront of contemporary hip-hop have taken the art form to a whole new level.
Guided by the visionary creator Alonzo King, LINES Ballet was an instant sensation when it made its NAC debut in 2013. King creates works that draw on a diverse set of deeply rooted cultural traditions, infusing classical ballet technique with exuberant and expressive potential.
The Havana-based Malpaso—Cuba’s first independent dance company—has grown to become one of the most internationally sought-after in its short six-year history. For its NAC debut, it’s bringing a mix of the soulful, the sexy and the sensational.
As a top international company, The National Ballet of Canada boasts an impressive repertoire of choreographic gems. Their NAC program will feature works by the illustrious George Balanchine and Frederick Ashton, principal architects of 20th century classical ballet, and trailblazer Justin Peck.
Dance artist Victoria Hunt spent nearly 10 years researching her rich Maori heritage to prepare for Copper Promises. Her beautifully evocative solo explores the cultural and physical journey of Hinemihi—a female ancestor, and the name for a Maori ceremonial space—whose story is seamlessly interwoven with Hunt’s own journey of finding family and reconnecting with her culture.
A choreographer, dancer and writer from the Narangga and Kaurna nations of South Australia, Jacob Boehme was diagnosed with HIV in 1998. In BLOOD ON THE DANCE FLOOR he searches for answers by exploring the legacies and memories of our bloodlines.
Under the artistic direction of Emily Molnar, Ballet BC is lauded for its outstanding versatility and technique wherever it performs. In this specially curated program, the company’s fearless dancers will lead you on an emotionally exhilarating ride.
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