Valerie Murzak can be booked with various aerial (silk, hoop and cube) and hand balance / contortion acts.
There is also a new contortion and hand balance act performed on top of a Mirror Ball.
Valerie has travelled the world performing this unique act for the last 12 years, appearing in TV shows, stage shows, corporate events, private events internationally and worldwide.
She performs beautiful contortion and hand balance on top of the Globe.
The Globe looks great in any venue and can be used as decoration prior to the performance. It can be painted to any colour that would best complement the overall theme of the event. Highly recommended.
Britain’s Got Talent: Valerie appeared in the Britain’s Got Talent TV show and wowed the judges with her performance. Cirque de Glace: Valerie played “Mother Earth” in the ice show.
Valerie Murzak Globe Aerial Hand Balance
Technical Information: 1 metre diameter. Travels in 2 pieces. Fits into oversize baggage at the airport. Travels internationally.
Valerie Murzak set up time: 15 minutes. The Globe stands on a small ring which keeps it still during the show. The performance is 5 minutes long. Made out of fibreglass. Weight of the Globe: 45kg. Rigging can also be provided with aerial acts at an additional cost.
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