CINDERELLA

Artscape Opera House

4-19 February 2023

“’We welcome back our esteemed international guests Vadim Muntagirov and Tatiana Melnik to perform the roles of Cinderella and Prince Charming in this classic magical tale at select performances alongside the talented dancers of Cape Town City Ballet,” says Debbie Turner, CEO of Cape Town City Ballet. What better way to start 2023 than with an enchanting story where good always prevails over evil.

The CAPE TOWN PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA accompanies the dynamic dancers of the CTCB for select performances. See Cast list below…

*Dancers who will be performing the roles of Cinderella and the Prince

Performances with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra and International Guest Artists:

Saturday 11 February 2023 at 19h30 – Vadim Muntagirov & Tatiana Melnik*
Tuesday 14 February 2023 at 19H30 – Vadim Muntagirov & Tatiana Melnik*
Friday 17 February 2023 at 19h30 – Vadim Muntagirov & Tatiana Melnik*

Performances with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra only:

Saturday 4 February 2023 at 15h00 – Hannah Ward & Quinton Jacobs*
Saturday 4 February 2023 at 19h30 – Kirstel Paterson & Mathias Dingman (Birmingham Royal Ballet)*
Wednesday 8 February at 19h30 – Mia Coomber & Quinton Jacobs*
Sunday 19 February 2023 at 18h00 – Chanté Daniels & Francisco Gomes*

Performances with recorded music

Thursday 9 February at 19h30 – Paige McElligott & Jordan Roelofze*
Friday 10 February 2023 at 19h30 – Kirstel Paterson & Mathias Dingman (Birmingham Royal Ballet)*
Saturday 11 February 2023 at 15h00 – Chanté Daniels & Francisco Gomes*
Wednesday 15 February 2023 at 19h30 – Paige McElligott & Jordan Roelofze*
Thursday 16 February 2023 at 19h30 – Mia Coomber & Quinton Jacobs*
Saturday 18 February 2023 at 15h00 – Hannah Ward & Quinton Jacobs*
Saturday 18 February 2023 at 19h30 – Kirstel Paterson & Mathias Dingman (Birmingham Royal Ballet)*

Artscape is honoured to have been part of Symphony Of Love with Pratibha Singh Baghel in concert with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, produced by the phenomenal Nisaar Pangarker of Inner Circle Entertainment.

“This was a world premiere at the tip of Africa which was put together on our stage in 3 days – new music, Indian /African musicians collaborating showing audiences and the world the power of music to unite”, said Artscape CEO Marlene Le Roux.

The winners of the annual Friends of Cape Town City Ballet awards were announced at a glamorous black tie event at Kelvin Grove on Monday evening, 16 January

Cape Town City Ballet dancers with Chairperson Suzette Raymond. Photo credit Miguel Pimenta

Sponsors, members of the Company, Friends of Cape Town City Ballet and luminaries from the ballet world attended the event, which was hosted by Suzette Raymond, Chairperson of both Cape Town City Ballet and Friends of Cape Town City Ballet. The evening celebrates Full article here>>

Cape Town City Ballet applauds patron Dr. Connie September who was awarded her doctoral thesis in Education recently. Connie September is one of CTCB’s three Patrons and a renowned champion of the arts and ballet sectors Full article here>>

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