Dates: 11 Mar - 11 Mar

Tickets: €15

By Chrysalis Dance


Chrysalis Dance presents a thrilling new double-bill Slings And Arrows – a visceral feast for the sense, bringing the audience on a poignant and emotional journey, where the company will demonstrate their incredible versatility.

Bow And Arrow is a new dance work for six dancers and a live cello score. A stripped back series of movement studies portray the complex dynamics of human partnerships, laying bare the anatomy of life shared.

The second work, entitled Symphony In Sync, is comprised of intimate duets that physically interpret a range of universal themes and emotional states that underpin our connections to one another. Set to Vivaldi’s sublime Concerto, Symphony In Sync is a visual spectacle of movement, based on the contrasting elements of Winter and Summer. This dynamic ballet explores shape and form, responding to the intricacies of Vivaldi’s powerful score.

Performance Dates, Tickets and Information

11 March 2013 ~ Tickets €15/12

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