Ballet Kelowna will be offering up new choreography during their show in Nakusp on November 17.

Ballet Kelowna visits Nakusp

Ballet Kelowna is performing at the Auditorium of the Nakusp Arena Complex, and the dancing begins at 7:30 p.m.

On Saturday, November 17, the Arrow Lakes Arts Council is presenting the second concert in this season’s Concert Series. Ballet Kelowna is performing at the Auditorium of the Nakusp Arena Complex, and the dancing begins at 7:30 p.m.

Ballet Kelowna is returning to Nakusp to celebrate its 10th Anniversary by performing Double Variations. It is a program of contrasts and collaborations: good versus evil in Swan Lakes’s White Swan and Black Swan ‘pas de deux,’ a ballet of egos, and a world premiere from two of Vancouver’s most exciting choreographers.

Inspired by the Canadian Lignes et Points the new ballet Double Variations is co-choreographed by two of Vancouver’s most dynamic and divergent talents, Simone Orlando and Joe Laughlin.

The Arrow Lakes Arts Council would like to thank Casa Mandala, Duncastle B ’n B and Margo’s Sunnyhills Lodging for Hosting Ballet Kelowna.

Come and join us on Saturday, November 17, at 7:30 p.m. to see and enjoy an evening of beautiful dance at the Auditorium of the Nakusp Arena Complex.

Tickets are available at the Bon March/Dollar Store or at the door. Doors will be open at 7:00 p.m.


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