“thrilling to watch” —Chicago Sun-Times
America’s foremost Latin dance company returns. Thrilling audiences with fiery, intoxicating rhythms for over 50 years, electrifying passion propels every move of these stunning dancers. In their long-awaited return to Wharton Center, Ballet Hispánico will perform a riveting blend of ballet, modern and Latin dance.
“Ballet Hispánico know what it’s doing and does it with style” —New York Post
The program is dedicated to the company’s 50-year legacy of elevating Latinx choreographers, featuring “Tiburones,” by well-known and in-demand choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa; Vicente Nebrada’s “Arabesque,” a popular flamenco-infused work created in 1984; and “18+1,” Gustavo Ramírez Sansano’s playful work of subtle humor and electric movement, merged with mambo style.
Sponsored by MSU Federal Credit Union.
Photo Credit: Ballet Hispánico’s Lyvan Verdecia and Melissa Verdecia in Club Havana | Photo by Hayim Heron
Masks, regardless of vaccination status, are required indoors for the duration of the performance.
COVID-19 related health protocols may be in effect at the time of performance, including, without limitation, required: mask or face coverings, temperature checks, confirmation of prior travel to high-risk areas and/or confirmation of no known symptoms of and exposure to COVID-19.
We reserve the right to unilaterally make changes to health protocols according to updated public health guidance, law, or regulations of MSU Administration.
Any ticket holder who does not comply with any COVID-19 related health protocol may be required to leave the theater, and his/her ticket will not be refunded.
Groups tickets are available for groups of 10 or more.