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XBa dancers featured in international celebration

Members of XBa Dance founder Nela Hallwas
Members of XBa Dance founder Nela Hallwas' Aria Troupe are featured in Surrey Arts Centre's International Dance Day celebration on April 29.
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The Arts Council of Surrey, in conjunction with South Surrey-based XBa Dance Co., will present an International Dance Day celebration April 29 at 7 p.m. at Surrey Arts Centre (13750 88 Ave.).

Featured will be XBa, plus members of XBa founder Nela Hallwas' Diskordanse and Aria troupes; the internationally renowned Zavicaj Serbian Folk Dance Group  and the Sudnya Academy of Dance.

Choreography and concepts for the show were created by XBa's Nela and Amadea Hallwas, Natasha Lutz-Van Poelgeest and Diane Jahnsen; Zavicaj's Isidora and Dragan Marcovic, and Sudnya's Sudnya Mulye.

Principal dancers will be Amadea Hallwas, Skye Ferguson and Monica Shah.

Tickets ($30) are available from the Surrey Arts Centre box office at 604-501-5566, or online at www.surrey.ca/culture-recreation

 

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