Friday, April 29 at 8:00pm
PLEASE NOTE: This event has been rescheduled. Patrons with tickets to any of the following should retain their original ticket(s) for admission on the new date: Fri, Apr 29, 2022 8:00 PM
UCSB Arts & Lectures (A&L) announces that in light of the current surge of COVID-19 cases and anticipating potential staff shortages, January events are rescheduled to later dates this winter and spring. A&L remains committed to bringing its originally programmed season to the stage as soon as possible, and is actively working to anticipate any challenges. Details about the precautions A&L is taking will continue to be updated on the Season FAQs page.
Proof of full vaccination is required for all attendees.
Proof of booster vaccination will be required for all eligible attendees beginning February 4, 2022. Consult the CDC for eligibility guidelines.
Masks are required indoors at all times. N95, KN95, KF94 or FFP2 face masks are strongly recommended. Regardless of the mask type, it is only effective if it is worn over your mouth and nose. Read CA Department of Public Health mask guidance here.
Most A&L events include a live streaming alternative for at-home viewing. Ticket holders can decide whether to attend virtually or in person; live stream tickets are not sold separately. Streaming alternatives are live only (no replay available), and accessed with an A&L website login. View the At-home Viewing FAQs for a complete list of live stream options.
“The Latin-American experience at last has a voice in the feisty, elegant dancing of Ballet Hispánico.” The New York Times
“The versatile Ballet Hispánico dancers are exquisite.” The Washington Post
Named one of America’s Cultural Treasures by the Ford Foundation, Ballet Hispánico celebrates Latinx cultures through innovative performances that elevate diverse artists and ignite cultural pride. This 50th anniversary program from the pioneering, New York-based company features Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s biting, West Side Story-inspired Tiburones. The award-winning Lopez Ochoa, a sought-after choreographer who excels at narrative ballet, has created works for 68 dance companies worldwide. Noche de Oro also includes Gustavo Ramírez Sansano’s “fairly irresistible” (The Boston Globe) 18+1 and Vicente Nebrada’s Arabesque.
Vicente Nebrada: Arabesque
Annabelle Lopez Ochoa: Tiburones
Gustavo Ramírez Sansano: 18+1