Round: Reimagined for A New Stage | Desert Botanical Garden

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Round: Reimagined for A New Stage

DATE: May. 17 - Jun. 2
TIME: 8 - 9 p.m.
PRICE: Tickets at balletaz.org


From the choreographer that brought you new works such as Eroica, Topia, and The Four Seasons – An Evening at Desert Botanical Garden promises a spectacular experience that is uniquely Arizonan.

Surrounded by the matchless Desert Botanical Garden landscape with the setting sun as a backdrop, Ib Andersen’s vision for dance in the desert continues in 2022. Inspired by his 2016 world premiere, Round, Ib plans to revisit this unparalleled work with re-imagined choreography that embraces and showcases the vast natural backdrop of the desert. Expect the unexpected as Ballet Arizona evolves, takes chances, and challenges the boundaries of contemporary ballet in the desert that we call our home.

Tickets available at Ballet Arizona 

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