A Quiet Evening of Dance has reached Paris!

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04 November 2019

Paris / France

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Yesterday Théâtre du Châtelet hosted the opening night of a Sadler's Wells production A Quiet Evening of Dance, in Paris! After the performance our members had a chance to meet with the artistic team including the choreographer William Forsythe. 

Buy your tickets for the winner of FEDORA - VAN CLEEF & ARPELS Prize for Ballet 2018!


Photo: (From left to right) Edilia Gänz, Director of FEDORA, Maître Edouard de Lamaze, President of Carlara International and Board Member of FEDORA and Mrs Priscilla de Lamaze, William Forsythe, Choreographer of A Quiet Evening of Dance, Pierre-Yves Geels, Ruth Mackenzie, Artistic Director of the Theatre du Chatelet, Alistair Spalding, Artistic Director and Chief Executive of Sadler's Wells, Mrs Annika Levin, Board Member of FEDORA, Maître Gianmarco Monsellato, Partner at Deloitte and Treasurer of FEDORA, Mrs Anne-Hélène Monsellato

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