Victor Ullate Ballet
Widely regarded as Spain's top private dance company, the Victor Ullate Ballet is celebrating 30 years at the cutting edge of dance with a tour of the country which is calling in at Palma for just one night in March.
The internationally renowned company is a well acknowledged source of great dancers and great choreography which has remained as creative and complex as day one over the last 30 years.
The show in Palma plots the timeline and trajectory of the company over that period and brings a fascinating glimpse of their greatest hits – the best bits of their many productions over that period.
Our regular readers will already be familiar with their groundbreaking production of the Ballet version of Bizet's Carmen which played Palma last year and is featured here. All the vignettes were choreographed by Víctor Ullate and Eduardo Lao and the music featured comes from a diverse and wide ranging portfolio - Carl Orff, Johann Sebastian Bach, Luis Delgado, Philip Glass, Rene Aubry, Jocelyn Pook, Mahabharata, Ethiopian Musicians, Hamza El Din, John Williams, Michael Stearns, Dead can Dance, Kodo, Max Richter, Ludwig van Beethoven, Leo Delibes, Ben Frost, Georges Bizet, Antonio Vivaldi, and Arvo Pärt.
It's a brilliant show with not only fantastic choreography, but also great sets, costumes, and of course music. If I can't convince you to go then the video highlights surely will!
16th March 2019, 21:00
Tickets €34, €38, €42, and €48