“Peter Pan” Marks Fourth PBT Performance Designed for Patrons with Special Needs
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre is proud to announce that its 2015-2016 Season will feature a sensory-friendly performance, geared toward patrons with special needs, of the family favorite “Peter Pan” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, at the Benedum Center.
PBT School's Intensive Summer Program in a Nutshell
When most students are taking a break from the books, the dancers of PBT School's Intensive Summer Program are hitting the studios. For an illuminating five weeks, young ballet dancers from across the country and overseas head to Pittsburgh to take a step closer to their dream of professional dancing. This infographic takes a closer look at the 2015 ISP class.
Performance to Debut New Work by PBT Principal Dancer Yoshiaki Nakano; Reprise Mark Morris’ “Sandpaper Ballet” and Scenes from the Classic “La Bayadère”
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre ushers in a new ballet season with an al fresco evening of picnicking, family fun and “Ballet Under the Stars” on Sunday, Aug. 16, at Hartwood Acres’ Middle Road Concert Area. “Ballet Under the Stars” begins at 5 p.m. with free family activities and a VIP dinner with the dancers before the free mixed repertory performance at 7:30 p.m.
Joining top dance companies from across the country, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre will tour to Chicago this summer to perform in the 9th annual Chicago Dancing FestivalAugust 25-29, 2015.
Co-produced by renowned choreographer Lar Lubovitch and highly esteemed Chicago dancer Jay Franke, the Chicago Dancing Festival will bring together leading ballet, modern and contemporary dancers from Chicago and across the country to present the largest dance festival in the nation.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre is proud to announce that its 2015-2016 Season will feature a sensory-friendly performance, geared toward patrons with special needs, of the family favorite “Peter Pan” at 7 p.m.Thursday, Feb. 18, at the Benedum Center.
In an ode to the Old West, George Balanchine’s rollicking Western Symphony ventures into the frontier of classical ballet and American folk dance with its swaggering cowboys and high-spirited dance hall girls.
“My idea in this ballet was to make a formal work that would derive its flavor from the informal American West, a ballet that would move within the framework of the classical school but in a new atmosphere,” Balanchine wrote of the ballet.
Education Director Christina Salgado Blogs about Mind-Body Benefits
It seems fair to say that we have all had an experience with dance. Whether we have taken a structured class or just closed the door of our room, blasted our favorite tune and danced while no one was watching, we have all experienced the joy of being able to move.