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Pas de bourrée to the ballet for CHA Ballet’s ART/CONTOUR

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Dancers and choreographers My’Kal Stromile and Silas Farley pose for headshots.

My’Kal Stromile joined Boston Ballet in 2019 after attending The Julliard School, and Silas Farley is now a dance educator and nationally-renowned choreographer after dancing at NYC Ballet.

Photos by Chattanooga Ballet and Jenny Douglass

Looking for a new date-night or Sunday-funday experience with friends? Chattanooga Ballet’s ART/CONTOUR: Four Ballets that Take Shape is coming to UTC’s Fine Arts Center on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. and on Sunday, Oct. 22 at 3 p.m.

The production will feature four innovative works that push the boundaries of contemporary ballet by renowned choreographers:

Pas de bourrée to the ballet

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