Dates and Venue 17-19 October 2013, 8pm | Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Choreography Jorma Elo, Emily Molnar, and Johan Inger
Reviewer Michael Pink
The eclectic and ever inspiring Ballet BC company of dancers presented TILT, three appealing works at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. The three works presented included: I and I am You, a world premiere, choreographed by Jorma Elo; 16 + a room, also a world premiere, choreographed by Emily Molnar, and Walking Mad, choreographed by Johan Inger which had a world premiere in 2001.
The Finnish born
Elo has a distinguished dance lineage with choreographic works for leading
companies including New York City Ballet, Finnish National Ballet, Norwegian
National Ballet and Boston Ballet.
Emily Molnar has established herself as an innovative and refreshing force in the choreography world with works that are engaging and original. She has the artistic capacity to balance the demands of artistic director with engaging new works as a choreographer.
The company of BBC
dancers worked together harmoniously and created a beautiful ensemble
piece. The dancers are known for modern styles and have the technical
mastery that underlies all superb ballet.
It is a testament
to the fine talent of the Ballet BC ensemble that they can smoothly
transition in one night between three diverse choreographic styles and
emerge with solid audience approval and delight.
© 2013 Michael Pink