VPAC Celebrates Water
Water is life. It sustains us, and everything around us. It’s the original “highway,” linking us together. And it inspires us—the subject of poems, songs and dances.
VPAC celebrates water on February 25. A daytime performance festival in the VPAC Courtyard features six Los Angeles ensembles with origins in six regions of the world. These traditional artists have one thing in common — music and dance that honors and evokes water.
VPAC honors arts and culture from around the globe, and uplifts the artists who honor what is most elemental to all of us — H2O.
Six Los Angeles Ensembles Representing Six Regions of the World
BRAZIL — Ballet Folclorico do Brasil
WEST AFRICA — Futa Toro West African Drummers & Dancers
HAWAII — Halau Keali’i O Nalani
MEXICO —Las Colibri
JAPAN — On Ensemble
MIDDLE EAST — Yuval Ron Ensemble
Special Appearance by The Nile Project
The festival concludes in VPAC’s Great Hall at 7PM., with The Nile Project, an international performance phenomenon that brings together artists from 7 African nations.