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    With Family

    The National Ballet of Canada

    James Kudelka, Crystal Pite, William Yong

    The dancers of the National Ballet of Canada more than do justice to the inventiveness of Crystal Pite’s writing.

    The Magic Flute

    after Mozart - Young Audience

    All the enchantment of Mozart’s Magic Flute minus the singing in a mimodrama version.

    National Opera Ballet of Ukraine

    The Snow Queen

    The Ballet of the National Opera of Ukraine makes a return visit with the fairy tale The Snow Queen, based on the work by Hans Christian Anderson.

    Akram Khan

    Gigenis, the generation of the earth

    Akram Khan’s dazzling journey back to the roots of his Hindu pantheon.

    Le Carnaval des animaux

    Camille Saint-Saëns - Young Audience

    Saint-Saëns’ grand zoological fantasy will enchant adults and children alike.

    Les Siècles

    François-Xavier Roth, Grégoire Pont - Family Concert

    An hour-long musical journey around Ravel’s Ma Mère l’Oye commented by François-Xavier Roth and illustrated by Grégoire Pont.

    Dialogues II

    Mats Ek, Akram Khan, Sharon Eyal, Gai Behar

    A tribute to contemporary pas de deux by the cream of world dance choreographers.

    Un Elixir d’amour

    from Donizetti - Participatory Opera

    All the tenderness and humour of Donizetti’s opera in a version adapted for a youth audience.