Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Company has had to reschedule their February 11th – 50th Anniversary Performance in order to put their best foot forward on stage. We welcome you to join us for our new performance date on Monday September 12, 2022.
We encourage you to hold on to your tickets, as they will be good for the new date. There is no need to have your tickets reprinted, and there is no further action you need to take.
If you are unable to attend the new scheduled date and would prefer a refund, please contact the BPAC Box Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-507-6355. Please note that if you do not refund your order, your tickets will remain valid for the new performance date.
We are sorry for this inconvenience but look forward to seeing you at the Bell Performing Arts Centre for this show on its new date!
Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Company has developed a vast history over the past 50 years. Join us in celebrating both our classic repertoire dances as well as the premieres of three new dances, complete with fresh original scores and never-before-seen costumes. We also present a restaged performance of Cheremosh’s Storyline production: ”How the Women Sold Their Husbands”.
Named after the Cheremosh River that separates the regions of Bukovyna and Halychyna in Ukraine, the Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Company easily matches the river’s boisterousness and vivacity. Founded in 1969 by Chester and Luba Kuc, Cheremosh has never fallen short of its namesake.
Currently under the Artistic Direction of Ballet Master, Mykola Kanevets, the Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Company maintains a strong reputation as a successful and accomplished leader in Ukrainian dance. Rich in intensity, energy, and spirit, Cheremosh takes audiences on a colorful and exhilarating journey, thrilling them with intricate choreography, spectacular costumes and dynamic music.
Men leap to amazing heights with their breathtaking acrobatics while women spin across the stage with incredible beauty and grace. Cheremosh is without a doubt a sight to behold.