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Summer at Cornish, Lifelong Learning, Build Future, Recall Past

Summer at Cornish, Lifelong Learning, Build Future, Recall Past

Registration opens for Summer at Cornish and Jazz-minh Moore will be returning to work with future artists; with the summer program and Lifelong Learning, Cornish also returns — to its roots.

Painter Jazz-minh Moore (AR ’00) is returning to teach at Cornish this summer to work with future artists, just as Nellie Cornish would…

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Jonathan Powell Plays Sorabji’s Sequentia

Jonathan Powell Plays Sorabji’s Sequentia

For nearly eight hours on Saturday (Nov. 1), Cornish College’s PONCHO Hall will be filled with music of British composer Kaihoseu Sorabji (1892–1988) – and all of it will be played by one man at the piano, British concert pianist and composer Jonathan Powell.

This epic durational work Sequentia cyclica super Dies irae

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Polaroid Stories Now Open in the Playhouse Studio

Polaroid Stories Now Open in the Playhouse Studio

Channeling Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Naomi Iizuka’s spellbinding tale of young people on the fringes of society, Polaroid Stories, plays at the Studio through November 3.

It’s running now in the Cornish Playhouse Studio, the smaller theater behind the Playhouse at Seattle Center, but you only have till November 3 to see Polaroid Stories. From the…

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Cornish Presents Liaisons: Re-Imagining Sondheim from the Piano

Liaisons is a landmark commissioning and concert project, conceived by acclaimed concert pianist Anthony de Mare, based on the songs of legendary musical theater composer Stephen Sondheim. Thirty-six of the world’s foremost contemporary composers have accepted de Mare’s invitation to “re-imagine” one of Sondheim’s songs as a solo piano piece.  The concert version of…

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Three Sisters Ready to Open at the Playhouse

Three Sisters Ready to Open at the Playhouse

Three Sisters is a big, big show and the technical rehearsals are exhausting, but the exciting new adaption of the great Chekhov play by Paul Budraitis is just about ready to go — and it looks like a winner.

You end up with something amazing and something beautiful, but first comes the hard work.…

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Cornish Dance Theater Features NW Choreographers And Jose Limon

SEATTLE, WA – Cornish Dance Theater, the performing ensemble of the Dance Department at Cornish College of the Arts, will feature choreography by Iyun Ashani Harrison, José Limón, Vivian Little, Michele Miller, and Amy O’Neal at its Fall 2014 Concert, which takes place at the Cornish Playhouse on Nov. 21 and 22.

The Cornish…

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Three Sisters Will Offer New Take on a Classic

Three Sisters Will Offer New Take on a Classic

A visit to a technical rehearsal for Three Sisters makes it clear that the Cornish production will radically change our notion of the Checkhov masterpiece.

Check out the set and props for Three Sisters! Designed with interlocking “boxes” by scenic designer Sonya Hachez (PP ‘14), the spare set hints that the production will…

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Artist Diploma in Early Music Holders Haunt Halloween Program

Artist Diploma in Early Music Holders Haunt Halloween Program

Several holders of the Cornish Artist Diploma In Early Music join the “Orchestra of Decayed Musicians” for Coffin Break, a Halloween celebration.

The Queen City Musicians is a magnet for Cornish alumni, faculty, and students who love early music. The group, which “actively performs rarely heard operatic and vocal works along side the familiar…

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