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FAQ

What is “Tango for Two”?

“Tango for Two” is a captivating new concert opera by Jonathan Kravtchenko that weaves together the elements of dance and opera. The story revolves around a sailor who falls in love with a girl on the east coast of Canada while on duty with the Navy.

Who are the artists involved?

The show features a talented ensemble of artists, including:

  • Antonina Laskarzhevska (soprano)
  • Bohdan Kirieiev (baritone)
  • Jonathan Kravtchenko (piano)
  • David Giller (dance)
  • Anna Kravtchenko (dance)

What is the duration of the show?

The performance lasts approximately 80 minutes. With an intermission included, the total time is around 100 minutes. Times are approximate and may change without notice.

Are dance and tango incorporated in the show?

While the show incorporates both dance and opera, it does not necessarily a tango show specifically. The dance elements are used to enhance the storytelling and the overall plot and show.

What are the photography and phone policies?

  • Photography: No flash photography is allowed during the performance.
  • Phones: Feel free to take photo/videos, but they must be on silent mode to avoid disrupting the show.

Who do I talk to about my ticket?

For ticket inquiries, please contact:

What should I wear to the performance?

There is no strict dress code for “Tango for Two.” However, most attendees opt for smart casual or semi-formal attire to complement the elegant atmosphere of the concert opera.

Is the show suitable for children?

“Tango for Two” is a performance that may be more suitable for older children and adults due to its length. Parents are encouraged to use their discretion when bringing younger children.

Will there be a program or merchandise available?

Yes, programs detailing the performance and the artists involved will be available. Additionally, there may be merchandise related to “Tango for Two” available for purchase at the venue.

What time should I arrive?

It is recommended to arrive at least 30 minutes before the start of the performance to allow ample time for seating and to enjoy any pre-show activities.

Is there an intermission?

Yes, there is an intermission during the performance, providing a brief break for the audience.

Can I meet the artists after the show?

Meeting the artists after the show may be possible, depending on the venue’s policies and the artists’ schedules. It is best to inquire at the venue on the day of the performance.

What safety measures are in place due to COVID-19?

Safety measures will be in accordance with local health guidelines and the policies of the performance venue. These may include mask requirements, social distancing, and sanitization procedures. Please check with the venue for the most up-to-date information.

For any additional questions or further information, feel free to contact InterMusic Entertainment Group or Place Des Arts directly.

Terms And Conditions

Disruptive Behavior Policy

At “Tango for Two,” we are committed to providing an enjoyable and memorable experience for all attendees. To ensure a positive atmosphere, we maintain a strict policy regarding disruptive behavior during the performance.

Definition of Disruptive Behavior

Disruptive behavior includes, but is not limited to:

  • Excessive talking or noise that disturbs other attendees
  • Use of flash photography
  • Use of mobile phones that are not on silent mode
  • Disrespectful or aggressive behavior towards performers, staff, or other audience members
  • Any actions that interfere with the performance or the enjoyment of other attendees

Procedure for Handling Disruptive Behavior

  1. Warning: If an attendee is found to be disruptive, they will receive a verbal warning from a staff member or usher, reminding them of the behavior guidelines.
  2. Second Warning: If the disruptive behavior continues after the initial warning, a second, more formal warning will be issued, informing the attendee that any further disruptions will result in their removal from the venue.
  3. Removal: If the disruptive behavior persists after two warnings, the attendee will be asked to leave the venue immediately. Security or appropriate staff members will escort the individual out to ensure the performance can continue without further interruptions.

Refund Policy

  • No Refunds: Attendees removed from the venue due to disruptive behavior will not be eligible for a refund or any compensation. This policy is strictly enforced to maintain fairness and uphold the experience for all other attendees.

Reporting Disruptive Behavior

Attendees who observe disruptive behavior are encouraged to report it to the nearest usher or staff member. Our team is trained to handle these situations discreetly and efficiently to minimize disruption.

Commitment to a Positive Experience

We appreciate your cooperation in adhering to these guidelines. Our goal is to ensure that “Tango for Two” is a delightful and immersive experience for everyone. Thank you for your understanding and support.

For any questions or concerns about this policy, please contact:

  • InterMusic Entertainment Group: info@intermusicgroup.ca
  • Place Des Arts (Quebec only): Contact their box office directly.

Refund Policy

General Refund Policy

At “Tango for Two,” we strive to provide an exceptional experience for all attendees. Due to the nature of live performances and the commitment involved in staging them, we maintain a no-refund policy for ticket purchases.

All ticket sales are final. We do not offer refunds or exchanges for tickets purchased, except under exceptional circumstances as outlined below.

  • No Refunds for Disruptive Behavior: Attendees removed from the venue due to disruptive behavior are not eligible for a refund or any form of compensation.

Exceptional Circumstances

Refunds may be considered in exceptional situations, which will be determined at the sole discretion of InterMusic Entertainment Group or Place Des Arts (for Quebec). Exceptional circumstances may include, but are not limited to:

  • Medical Emergencies: In the event of a serious medical emergency that prevents attendance, a refund request may be considered with appropriate documentation.
  • Event Cancellations: If the performance is canceled or rescheduled by the organizers, ticket holders will be notified and provided with options, including refunds or exchanges.

Requesting a Refund

If you believe your situation qualifies for an exceptional refund, please follow the steps below:

  1. Contact Information: Reach out to the appropriate contact based on your ticket purchase location:
  • InterMusic Entertainment Group: info@intermusicgroup.ca
  • Place Des Arts (Quebec only): Contact their box office directly.
  1. Provide Documentation: Include relevant documentation supporting your refund request (e.g., medical certificates, proof of event cancellation).
  2. Submission Deadline: Submit your refund request within 14 days of the event date.

Review Process

  • Evaluation: Each refund request will be carefully reviewed and evaluated based on the documentation provided and the nature of the exceptional circumstance.
  • Decision: The decision to grant a refund is at the sole discretion of InterMusic Entertainment Group or Place Des Arts (Quebec only). All decisions are final.

Alternative Options

If a refund request is not approved, we may offer alternative solutions where possible, such as:

  • Ticket Transfer: Allowing the transfer of tickets to another individual for the same performance.
  • Future Credits: Providing a credit for a future performance by InterMusic Entertainment Group (subject to availability and approval).

Commitment to Fairness

We appreciate your understanding of our refund policy, which is designed to ensure fairness and support the sustainability of live performances. Thank you for your cooperation and support.

For any further questions or to submit a refund request, please contact:

  • InterMusic Entertainment Group: info@intermusicgroup.ca
  • Place Des Arts (Quebec only): Contact their box office directly.

Enjoy the show!