Pacific Northwest Ballet: Carmina Burana
Sep 27 - Oct 6, 2019
Pacific Northwest Ballet - Locally Sourced
Nov 8 - 17, 2019
Pacific Northwest Ballet - The Nutcracker
Nov 29 - Dec 28, 2019
Pacific Northwest Ballet - Cinderella
Jan 31 - Feb 9, 2020
Pacific Northwest Ballet - Giselle
Apr 10 - 19, 2020
September 27 - October 6, 2019
Pacific Northwest Ballet raises the roof as they revive Kent Stowell's magnificent staging of Carl Orff's powerhouse chorale. Featuring a jaw-dropping set and a cast of 100 dancers, musicians and performers, it truly is a sight to behold. Alongside, Balanchine and Stravinsky's Agon continues the choreographic fireworks in fine style.
November 8 - 17, 2019
The Pacific Northwest Ballet shines a spotlight on local talent with a hotly anticipated triptych of world premiere pieces in the winter of 2019. The program kicks off with an all new work by the Seattle-based choreographer and frequent PNB collaborator Eva Stone, whose annual 'Chop Shop: Bodies of Work' contemporary dance festival provides a nurturing forum for regional, national and international artists to share and develop their work.
November 29 - December 28, 2019
The Festive Season just wouldn't be the same without the extraordinary tale of Marie and her Nutcracker Prince! Pacific Northwest Ballet is proud to once again present their take on the age old Christmas classic in the form of George Balanchine's The Nutcracker.
January 31 - February 9, 2020
As the weather turns colder and scarves, gloves and beanies guard against wind, snow and sleet, a sense of comfort and enchantment is gained from a night out at the ballet well beyond the festive season. No show will warm the cockles like the Pacific Northwest Ballet's magnificent adaptation of Cinderella, which features Prokofiev's sweeping score and choreography by the company's former Artistic Director and principal choreographer Kent Stowell.
April 10 - 19, 2020
Giselle is one of the most famous and best-loved ballets of the age - part tragedy, part romance it is a masterpiece in storytelling and movement. Join the Pacific Northwest Ballet as they bring Peter Boal's glorious staging back to McCaw Hall in spring 2020, replete with sumptuous new sets and costumes that glitter as brightly as the ballerina at the center of it all.
Seattle Center, 321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109
Originally opened in 1928 as the Civic Auditorium, (later renamed Seattle Opera House) McCaw Hall is home to the Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet. Owned by the city of Seattle, the building was rededicated to Marion Oliver McCaw, whose four sons donated $20 million to fund its first major renovation in 2003. Today a large range of events takes place at the Hall apart from the ubiquitous opera and ballet productions including concerts, comedy gigs and film premieres.
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