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Pacific Northwest Ballet presents

17 agosto, 2012

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Featuring a world premiere by Mark Morris,
plus new works by PNB artists Andrew Bartee, Kiyon Gaines and Margaret Mullin.

November 2 – 11, 2012

Pacific Northwest Ballet continues its 40th Anniversary Season with ALL PREMIERE, a four-pack of world premieres which underscore the deep commitment to dance innovation and the encouragement of emerging choreographers which has been central to PNB’s mission from its inception. In 1978, young Seattleite Mark Morris choreographed a short work for PNB’s Summer Inventions series, an early choreographic showcase. Recognized as his generation’s dance pioneer and considered the most musical choreographer in the world, Morris sets his first commissioned ballet for PNB to a cello concerto by Paul Hindemith (Kammermusik No. 3). PNB Artistic Director Peter Boal developed the NEXT STEP choreographers’ showcase to cultivate PNB’s current crop of young dance-makers. NEXT STEP veteran and Company soloist Kiyon Gaines debuts his second ballet for the mainstage, Sum Stravinsky, an homage to inspirations George Balanchine and Kent Stowell. Another pair of NEXT STEP alumni, Company corps de ballet dancers Margaret Mullin and Andrew Bartee, take a professional leap forward with their first works for PNB’s repertory, Lost in Light and arms that work (respectively).

ALL PREMIERE runs for seven performances only, from November 2 through 11 at Seattle Center’s Marion Oliver McCaw Hall. Tickets start at $28 and may be purchased by calling 206.441.2424, in person at the PNB Box Office at 301 Mercer Street, or online at www.pnb.org. Special thanks to the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, presenting sponsor for ALL PREMIERE.

The line-up for ALL PREMIERE will include:
Kammermusik No. 3 – World Premiere
Music: Paul Hindemith
Choreography: Mark Morris
Costume Design: Mark Zappone
Lighting Design: Michael Chybowski

arms that work – World Premiere
Music: Barret Anspach
Choreography: Andrew Bartee
Costume Design: Mark Zappone
Lighting Design: Randall G. Chiarelli

Sum Stravinsky – World Premiere
Music: Igor Stravinsky
Choreography: Kiyon Gaines
Costume Design: Pauline Smith
Lighting Design: Randall G. Chiarelli

Lost in Light – World Premiere
Music: Dan Coleman
Choreography: Margarel Mullin
Costume Design: Alexis Mondragon
Lighting Design: Randall G. Chiarelli

clasica  Pacific Northwest Ballet presents

Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer Kaori Nakamura (center) with (L-R) corps de ballet dancers Brittany Reid, Leah O’Connor, Abby Relic and Sarah Ricard Orza in Serenade. Photo © Angela Sterling


Friday, October 26, 6:00 pm
The Phelps Center, 301 Mercer Street, Seattle
Join us for an hour-long dance preview led by Artistic Director Peter Boal and featuring PNB dancers rehearsing excerpts from ALL PREMIERE. PNB Friday Previews offer an upbeat and up-close view of the Company preparing to put dance on stage. Tickets, $10 each, go on sale Sept. 3.(These events often sell out in advance.) Friday Previews are sponsored by U.S. Bank.

Tuesday, October 30, 12:00 noon
Central Seattle Public Library, 1000 Fourth Avenue, Seattle
Join PNB for a free lunch-hour preview lecture at the Central Seattle Public Library. Education Programs Manager Doug Fullington will offer insights about ALL PREMIERE, complete with video excerpts. FREE of charge.

Thursday, November 1, 2012
Lecture 6:00 pm, Nesholm Family Lecture Hall at McCaw Hall
Dress Rehearsal 7:00 pm, McCaw Hall
Join PNB artistic staff for an engaging discussion during the hour preceding the dress rehearsal. Attend the lecture only or stay for the rehearsal. Tickets are $12 for the lecture, or $30 for the lecture and dress rehearsal. Tickets may be purchased by calling 206.441.2424, online at pnb.org or in person at the PNB Box Office at 301 Mercer Street.

Nesholm Family Lecture Hall at McCaw Hall
Join Education Programs Manager Doug Fullington for a 30-minute introduction to each performance, including discussions of choreography, music, history, design and the process of bringing ballet to the stage. One hour before performances. FREE for ticketholders.

Nesholm Family Lecture Hall at McCaw Hall
Skip the post-show traffic and enjoy a Q&A with Artistic Director Peter Boal and PNB dancers, immediately following each performance. FREE for ticketholders.

Support for ALL PREMIERE is provided by Presenting Sponsor, The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation and Major Sponsor The Jerome Robbins Foundation. PNB’s 2012-2013 40th Anniversary Season is proudly sponsored by Microsoft Corporation. Additional season support is provided by Artsfund, the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, 4Culture – King County Lodging Tax and Washington State Arts Commission.

clasica  Pacific Northwest Ballet presents

Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancers Carrie Imler and Lucien Postlewaite with company dancers in Square Dance Photo © Angela Sterling

 ©2012 Danza Ballet


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