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Addis Ababa is set to experience once more a world class ballet performance on June 7 and 8, 2017. Nine world class ballet dancers from five countries; the US, Australia, South Africa, Japan and Chile, will grace the stage of the Ethiopian National Theater and City Hall for the second time in Addis Ababa with dazzling performances, bringing the beauty of ballet and artistic expression to Ethiopia.
The first performance will take place at the National Theater on June 7, and all proceeds from ticket sales will go to “Positive Action Community Organization (PACO)” a charity that feeds nearly 120 improvised persons living with HIV. Scenes from several of the greatest classical ballets as well as newer contemporary works created by choreographers from the 21st century will be part of the dance program.
Melaku Belay of Fendika and Destino Dance Company will also showcase traditional Ethiopian and modern dances, including performances by disabled dancers. A second limited performance will be held on June 8 at City Hall for underprivileged children, students, dancers and other guests.
The second International Ballet Stars Gala is sponsored by the American and Australian Embassies, Cactus Communications, Coca-Cola, Heineken, Jupiter International Hotel, Prologue, Serenade Art and Food, Alliance Ethio Francaise, What’s Out Addis and several private donors.
The international dancers from five countries include: Brooklyn Mack and Joseph Phillips from America, Kristy Lee Donovan, Clare Morehen and Tim Podesta from Australia, Angela Malan and Shannon Glover from South Africa, Ayano Kimura from Japan and Sebastian Vinet from Chile.
The first International Dancers Ballet Stars Gala was held last year where dancers from South Africa, Cuba, Brazil, America, Italy, Australia and Britain graced the stage in a top notch performance.
Internationally acclaimed South African ballerina and teacher Angela Malan, who has been living in Addis Ababa for the last few years, came up with the idea for the event, including bringing together the crème de la crème ballet ensemble.
The world-renowned US ballerina, Bridgett Zehr, was also part of the performances last year. She well known dancer has appeared in many gala performances, such as Gala des Etoiles in Montreal, Gala of International Ballet Stars, Cincinnati, the Miami International Ballet Festival, Stars of 21st Century Gala in Toronto and The International Ballet Star Gala in Taipei and Singaporeg