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Views on the future of Ballet Kelowna

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Friday, marks the final performance of Ballet Kelowna in its hometown after dancers of the company spent a good part of Wednesday rehearsing.

The troupe of dancers will also perform in Summerland tomorrow.

Daybreak's Liz Hostland caught up with some of the dancers and heard their thoughts on Ballet Kelowna's last dance.
The company's founder and artistic director David LaHay also dropped by our studio to talk about the ballet company and its future.

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