New Voices: An insight into PNB’s unique choreography program for young women

PNB's New Voices students will be presenting their original work on Wednesday, June 5th in Studio C. New Voices is unique to PNBS; it is a program is solely focused on educating and fostering the next generation of female choreographers. By offering young women the time and space to expand their choreographic knowledge and experience, they gain a valuable and broader view about dance and creative process. This not only applies to their training, but how they engage with the art form on a deeper and more holistic level.

2024-06-04T10:10:27-07:00June 4th, 2024|Categories: Life at PNB, PNB School|Tags: , , |Comments Off on New Voices: An insight into PNB’s unique choreography program for young women

Q&A with Kuu Sakuragi

Dancing through a pandemic has its plethora of challenges, but lucky for us, Pacific Northwest Ballet has a fully digital season in the works to share with subscribers. Not only are we back in action at the ballet, but we are also thrilled to welcome a new dancer, Kuu Sakuragi, to the Corps […]

Artistic Director’s Notebook: Dances at a Gathering, F O I L, One Body, Swan Lake, Emeralds, Rubies, Diamonds, The Calling, Mopey, The Trees The Trees, Red Angels

Artistic Director’s Notebook: Dances at a Gathering, F O I L, One Body, Swan Lake, Emeralds, Rubies, Diamonds, The Calling, Mopey, The Trees The Trees, Red Angels

Dance Happens Everywhere. That’s the title of our 20-21 digital season, and it’s true; dance does happen everywhere. I’m not just referring to different cultures […]

Juliet Prine, Amanda Morgan, & Cecilia Iliesiu on being back in the studios

After about five months away, PNB has begun slowly welcoming dancers back into our studios at the Phelps Center. Safety is paramount. PNB is following local health and safety mandates, consulting public health advisors and partnering with AGMA (dancers’ union) on strict return-to-work protocols including screening measures, timed entry into the building, dancers […]

2020-08-19T16:17:57-07:00August 19th, 2020|Categories: Choreographers, Dancers, Dancing at Home, Life at PNB, Q&A with Dancers, Choreographers & Staff|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Juliet Prine, Amanda Morgan, & Cecilia Iliesiu on being back in the studios

Director’s Notebook: F O I L, Love and Loss, Wash of Gray

Director’s Notebook: F O I L, Love and Loss, Wash of Gray

I’m not from here. But not long after I arrived almost 15 years ago, I felt I was home. Cascadia has a long history of people like me who arrived and claimed this land as their home. […]

2023-09-14T11:41:10-07:00November 6th, 2019|Categories: Director's Notebook, Performances|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Director’s Notebook: F O I L, Love and Loss, Wash of Gray

A Q&A with F O I L choreographer Eva Stone

Eva Stone rehearses F O I L in the studio with PNB company dancers © Lindsay Thomas

Seattle-based choreographer Eva Stone has been creating dance for more than 30 years. In addition to running her dance company, The Stone Dance Collective, she is on the faculty at Spectrum Dance Theater […]

2019-10-15T14:31:40-07:00October 15th, 2019|Categories: Performances, Q&A with Dancers, Choreographers & Staff|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on A Q&A with F O I L choreographer Eva Stone

Meet the Artist: Eva Stone

Eva Stone is a teaching artist, choreographer, and founder/producer of CHOP SHOP: Bodies of Work, an annual contemporary dance festival. She received her BFA in Performance & Choreography from Arizona State University, and later earned an MA in Choreography […]

Eva Stone is a teaching artist, choreographer, and founder/producer of CHOP SHOP: Bodies of Work, an annual contemporary dance festival. She received her BFA in Performance & Choreography from Arizona State University, and later earned an MA in Choreography […]

Announcing our 2019-2020 Season

Artistic Director Peter Boal has announced the line-up for Pacific Northwest Ballet’s 47th season, running from September, 2019 to June, 2020. Highlights include George Balanchine’s masterful Agon on a double-bill with Kent Stowell’s powerhouse production of Carmina Burana; world premieres by local choreographers Donald Byrd, Eva Stone, and Miles Pertl; the return of […]

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