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Monte Carlo Ballets finish season with Summer Dance

Monte Carlo Ballets finish season with Summer Dance

By Staff Writer - May 7, 2018

Cendrillon with Ale Ale, Mimoza Koike and Jaeyong An. Photo: Facebook  Ballets De MonteCarlo/Alice Blangero
Cendrillon with Ale Ale, Mimoza Koike and Jaeyong An. Photo: Facebook
Ballets De MonteCarlo/Alice Blangero

To finish the season, the Compagnie des Ballets de Monte-Carlo will be performing “Summer Dance”, providing its audiences the opportunity to discover the richness of the world of choreographic art.

From July 12 to 14, at Salle Garnier, the Monaco Dance Forum Festival will offer three exceptional evenings from Alexander Ekman/Johan Inger/Mats Ek & Laguna, who will pay tribute to the great filmmaker Ingmar Bergman.

From July 26 to 29, also at Salle Garnier, the Ballets de Monte-Carlo will offer a new programme: White Darkness, choreography by Nacho Duato and a creation of Joseph Hernandez who will work for the first time with the Company. He is a former Monte-Carlo ballet dancer and now a young emerging choreographer.

The ballet company will also be touring over the next few months: Barcelona (Gran Teatro del Liceu) May 16 to 19; Paris (National Theatre of Chaillot) from June 8 to 15; and Châteauvallon (Amphitheatre), July 6 to 7.


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