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Ballet Tucson’s Winter Concert (Leo Rich Theatre)
February 10 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm MST
Ballet Tucson’s Winter Concert
Friday-Saturday 7 pm | Saturday-Sunday 2 pm
Celebrate dance, song, and romance just in time for Valentine’s Day with this captivating program.
Ballet Tucson’s Artistic Director and Resident Choreographer Chieko Imada unveils another dazzling world premiere — Eternal Love — featuring the music of Édith Piaf performed live onstage by Tucson vocalist Katherine Byrnes and pianist Khris Dodge in partnership with the Tucson Desert Song Festival.
Originally created for Pacific Northwest Ballet’s 40th Anniversary Season, Ballet Tucson Artistic Director Margaret Mullin brings her breathtaking ballet Lost in Light to our stage, featuring original music by Tucson Symphony Orchestra Composer-in-Residence Dan Coleman (pictured).
Christopher Wheeldon, world-renowned choreographer of MJ The Musical and An American in Paris, shares his iconic After the Rain Pas de Deux with Tucson audiences for the first time.
Love conquers all in the magnificent and haunting classical ballet masterpiece Giselle Act II.
Featured photo by Carlos Chavez of Spencer Waldeck in Chieko Imada’s Eternal Love
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GISELLE ACT II | Choreography by Chieko Imada after Petipa | Music by Adolphe Adam
WORLD PREMIERE Eternal Love in partnership with the Tucson Desert Song Festival | Choreography by Chieko Imada
AFTER THE RAIN PAS DE DEUX | Sponsored by Gustavo Corte and Karen Sivert | BALLET TUCSON PREMIERE | Choreography by Christopher Wheeldon | Music by Arvo Pärt
LOST IN LIGHT | Sponsored by Vivian and Jim Schwab | BALLET TUCSON PREMIERE | Choreography by Margaret Mullin | Music by Dan Coleman
Single and Group Tickets are available for purchase online via Ticketmaster or through the Tucson Convention Center Box Office by phone 520.791.4101 or in person: 260 S Church Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701
CLEAR BAG POLICY: Bags that are larger than 14″ x 16″ will not be permitted through the security zone.
SECURITY CHECK: Security checks are required before entry. The Tucson Convention Center recommends that patrons should plan to arrive earlier than normal to allow for this enhanced security process. Tucson Convention Center reserves the right to refuse items which may cause a danger or disruption to an event or other guest. Any guest who declines to be searched or is in possession of a prohibited item may be denied entry or ejected from the facility.
BAGS: Tucson Arena, Tucson Music Hall and Leo Rich Theater has enhanced venue environmental, health and safety protocols to include the type of bag guests are allowed to bring into these facilities. In additional to health and safety issues, our new protocol will help expediate entry to games and events. Clear Bags no larger than 14″ x 16″ or a clutch no larger than 8″ x 5″. (There could be exceptions to this rule and those exceptions will be noted on the event page.) Large bags, briefcases, backpacks, luggage and convertible backpack purses are strictly prohibited. Guests entering any facility in the Tucson Convention Center are subject to search at the discretion of management. Tucson Convention Center does not provide storage for any confiscated baggage.
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