CANCELLED
30 AÑOS DE DANZA


CANCELLED
30 AÑOS DE DANZA

This show has been cancelled for reasons that are beyond the control of Teatro Cervantes.
Víctor Ullate Ballet and Faraute Producciones have announced that the company has closed, after 31 years of activity, due to the "economic inviability" of the project (
link to the press release (in spanish)).
The cost of tickets sold on-line and by telephone has been automatically repaid to the account from which payment was made. Tickets bought in the box offices of the Cervantes and Echegaray theatres will be refunded at the box office from the date of announcement of the cancellation up to 15 days after the original date of the performance.


Víctor Ullate Ballet | Comunidad de Madrid
[30 Years of Dance]
Choreografy Victor Ullate and Eduardo Lao
Staging Eduardo Lao
Music Carl Orff, Johann Sebastian Bach, Luis Delgado, Philip Glass, René Aubry, Jocelyn Pook, Mahabharata, Ethiopian Musicians, Hamza El Din, John Williams, Michael Stearns, Dead Can Dance, Kodo, Max Richter, Ludwig van Beethoven, Léo Delibes, Ben Frost, Georges Bizet, Antonio Vivaldi and Arvo Pärt

2.40 h (w/intermission)  Contemporary dance
victorullateballet.com

fotografía ©Fernando Marcos

Tribute to the thirty years of Victor Ullate's company with extracts of the most emblematic choreographies of his repertoire –Seguiriya, Tras el espejo, Samsara, Voilá c’est ça, Tres, Coppélia, Burka, Wonderland, Carmen…–, that have been danced by prominent first dancers that have emerged from his troupe and on occasion created ad hoc for them.  
A celebration of the company’s thirty years of existence and a celebration of dance.

Víctor Ullate, international dance star, founded his company in 1988. He is the company's director, with Eduardo Lao as Artistic Director since 2001. The talent and efforts of both artists are key for the continuity and success of this exceptional company.

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