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Quotable: Five Inspiring Thoughts from Our Dancers

 Draw creative inspiration from five PBT dancers, who share their insights on the joys of self-expression. From pre-show instrospection to expectations from the wings, enjoy a few of our favorite quotes from the 2014-2015 Season.

 

 

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Signs Three New Dancers; Promotes New Soloist

Artist: Jessica McCann | Photo by: Rachel Neville 

 

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre has signed three new company dancers and promoted dancer Hannah Carter to soloist for its 2015-2016 Season, which opens in October with a mixed repertory program featuring George Balanchine’s “Western Symphony,” William Forsythe’s “In the Middle Somewhat Elevated” and Jiřί Kylián’s “Sinfonietta.”

Artist Spotlight: Company Dancers Choreograph for Spring Performances

Q&A with Yoshiaki Nakano, William Moore & Cooper Verona

 You've seen them dance, now experience original choreography by three company dancers. PBT's Yoshiaki Nakano, William Moore and Cooper Verona will be debuting choreography created on Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School high school and graduate students beginning this weekend at Pre-Professional Showcase 2015. Here, the trio talks about their inspiration and creative process.


 

PBT School to Showcase 200 Students in Spring Performances

Programs to Feature Original Choreography by PBT Company Dancers

From budding ballet dancers to next-generation professionals, more than 200 students of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Sch

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Welcomes New Director of Education

Christina Salgado Brings Expertise in Childhood Development & Motor Learning
Combining specializations in early childhood education, motor learning and dance, Christina Lydia Salgado joins Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre this week as its new director of education and community engagement.

Behind the Scenes of Big Ballet

The Making of La Bayadère

 

 

One Weekend Only. Top 5 Reasons to Experience La Bayadère.

In a stunning 45th Anniversary Season finale, PBT debuts the drama-charged La Bayadère with the PBT Orchestra, onstage April 17-19, at the Benedum Center. This classic takes the stage for one weekend only, so here are our Top 5 Reasons not to miss it!

PBT School to Hold Community Auditions for Children’s Scholarships

  

 Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School will host a community audition on Saturday, April 11, for children, ages 5 to 8, who are interested in pursuing a Children’s Division scholarship for the 2014-2015 school year. Registration begins at 1:15 p.m. with auditions following from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at PBT Studios in the Strip District, 2900 Liberty Ave. 

45th Anniversary Finale: Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Presents “La Bayadère” with the PBT Orchestra

In its 45th Anniversary Season finale,Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre will stage the company’s largest classical ballet to date with the Pittsburgh premiere of the mesmerizing “La Bayadère” with the PBT Orchestra, onstage April 17-19, at the Benedum Center.

Artist Spotlight: JoAnna Schmidt

Insights on "PBT Premieres"

 

 

FUN FACTS

Your Go-to Relaxation Activity: Sleeping

Non-dance Hobbies: "I like to cook, play piano/ukulele, go for walks, read, travel, listen to live music whenever possible, and spend too much money on tiny, delectable cocktails."

Family: "I have my mom, dad, older brother and older sister."

Pets: "A whippet named Laika."

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