Ballet Chelsea to present classic and contemporary performances from local choreographers in “Limitless” on April 22
A dance experience for everyone to enjoy
Ballet Chelsea is pleased to present Limitless, a mixed repertory performance featuring classical and contemporary choreography, on April 22, 2017 at 2pm at the Chelsea High School Performing Arts Complex. Dance and music lovers of all ages will enjoy Limitless’s wide range of original choreography set to music by well known composers, performed by dancers and guests from Ballet Chelsea’s Performance Company.
Featuring wide range of choreography, including Ballet Chelsea piece to be performed at Michigan Youth Arts Festival
Ballet Chelsea welcomes returning and new choreographers to our stage including a premiere by Sarah Eckart for young artists. Eckart’s Waltz by the River presents a visual exploration of the well known Blue Danube by Johann Strauss II. Caitlin Burke’s Une Danes pour les Personnes Âgées features a dynamic trio of Ballet Chelsea alumni gracing our stage. Returning choreographers include Maddy Prebola, Alyssa Alger, and Ballet Chelsea’s Artistic Director, Wendi DuBois. Prebola’s At Peace features a tightly knit group of pure joy, while Alger presents a somber pas de deux from her Master Thesis concert, Momento Mori. Wendi DuBois’ Wind rounds out the program with a fluid work that flows to music by Philip Glass. This work will be featured at Michigan Youth Arts Festival in May, 2017.
From DuBois’ Splendente, a classical jewel set to Vivaldi, to Carrie Schotte’s Japan, a powerful work entwining explosive movement and powerful music by Yo-Yo Ma and Tan Dun, Limitless offers a dance experience for everyone to enjoy.
Limitless will be performed on April 22, 2017, 2pm at Chelsea High School Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $10 (general admission seating), and available at balletchelsea.org/tickets, by calling the Ballet Chelsea Studio at (734) 475-3070, or in person at the event.
About Ballet Chelsea
Ballet Chelsea is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization which provides professional-level dance training to young dance students, through performance opportunities, enrichment activities, master classes, summer intensives and pre-professional studies. Ballet Chelsea’s varied curriculum includes Ballet, Pointe, Contemporary, Jazz, Conditioning, Highland Step and more for students ages 2 through adult. Ballet Chelsea also offers an Adaptive Dance Program that brings creative movement to people of all ages with physical and cognitive specialized needs. Ballet Chelsea is proud to be supported by the Wilkinson Foundation.
For additional information, visit balletchelsea.org.