Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre & Seton Hill University Present:
Millennial Movement - 3 New Works by 3 PBT Choreographers
Three inventive professional dancers – all under age 30 – have choreographed world premiere works especially for Seton Hill University. Don’t miss this one-time opportunity to view ballet from a different angle, as three millennial dance makers innovate on the elite artists of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre. Watch as dancers unite artistry, athleticism and musicality in three powerful works by Cooper Verona, William Moore and Alejandro Diaz.
The next-generation dancers of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School's Pre-Professional Division perform a mixed repertory program of classical and contemporary works. This year's program features George Balanchine's ethereal Serenade.
Photo: Serenade Choreography by George Balanchine (c) The George Balanchine Trust
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School ends the year with a performance of Classical and contemporary works featuring nearly 200 students of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School’s Student and Pre-Professional Divisions, presented on stage at the historic Byham Theater in Downtown Pittsburgh. Program includes George Balanchine’s ethereal Serenade.
Join Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre under the stars for a free, open-air performance in beautiful Hartwood Acres. Pack a picnic, grab a blanket, and join us for a summer evening of family fun at the Middle Road Concert Area! Find additional details and a GPS link here.
The Nutcracker is “nothing short of magical” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette). Propelled by Tchaikovsky’s iconic score, this soaring story captures the awe and expectation of the night before Christmas when a mysterious gift sparks a wondrous adventure. As the colossal tree shoots skyward and snowflakes blanket the stage, the journey glides into a radiant Land of Enchantment brimming with virtuosic dances from faraway lands.