... black night's bright day ... & Chroma

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Guillaume Côté and Svetlana Lunkina in ... black night’s bright day .... Photo by Bruce Zinger.

March 2015
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Reviews

… black night’s bright day … 

“A masterpiece… Kudelka has captured the emotional grief of the lyrics in eloquent simplicity.” — The Globe and Mail

“A deeply moving piece about grief and all the emotions (shock, anger, hurt, despair) that one experiences when losing a loved one. Kudelka’s contemplative work… for 14 dancers set to Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater [is] one I am already longing to see again.” — National Post

“The movement is constantly surprising, inventive and shorn of embellishment” — Toronto Star
 

Chroma 

Chroma, a dazzling example of cutting-edge, pushed-to-the-extreme ballet by Wayne McGregor... mesmerizing.” — Toronto Star

“A mega-hit… Chroma clearly ranks among the greatest classics of contemporary ballet… Chroma is sleek, sassy, awe-inspiring.” — The Globe and Mail

“A work of cutting-edge artistry… an edgy, sexy romp that gives the audience a chance to savour the artistry of dancers” — Toronto Sun

“Pure dance at its best... Chroma is intense from start to finish. The choreography has a distinctive look, refreshingly … provides a glimpse into the future of ballet and its endless possibilities.” — Danceview Times

Ballet Talks

The National Ballet invites you to attend the ... black night's bright day ... & Chroma Ballet Talk one hour before every show. 

Our hugely popular Ballet Talks take place in R. Fraser Elliot Hall in the Four Seasons Centre one hour before every performance. All ticket holders are welcome. Seats for everyone!

Enhance your experience and learn more about our productions from Lindsay Fischer, Artistic Director, YOU dance/Ballet Master.

A masterpiece” — The Globe and Mail