Cornish Presents 2010 BFA Dance Concerts
January 20, 2010
Seattle, WA – Cornish College of the Arts presents the 2010 BFA Dance Concerts, showcasing the choreography and performance work of Cornish Dance Department’s class of 2010. An eclectic array of dance styles and viewpoints will be represented, ranging from modern dance to contemporary ballet, jazz and stage combat, with some dances performed to live music. The concert series will also include performances of works commissioned from professional guest choreographers as noted below.
February 18 & 19, 8 pm
BFA Dance Concert/ Program One
Featuring Katie Bing, Miranda Chisholm-Sims, Julia Cross, Maia Lassen-Purser, April Torneby and Markeith Wiley. Guest choreography by Catherine Cabeen, Anna-Lizette Conner, Alana Rogers, Alia Swersky, Hilary Thomas and Xaviera Vandermay.
February 20, 2 & 8 pm
BFA Dance Concert/ Program Two
Featuring Ben Dominick, Elissa Eskridge, Molly Sides, Calie Swedberg, Kate Wallich, and Lindsey Wooton . Guest choreography by Louis Gervais, Jody Kuehner, Wade Madsen, Ellie Sandstrom, and Zoe Scofield.
February 27, 2 & 8 pm
BFA Dance Concert/ Program Three
Featuring Christin Lusk, Sarah Lustbader, Abby Northcott, Carolyn Steeves, Chastity Wilson and Lavinia Vago. Guest choreography by Catherine Cabeen, Kaitlin Keegan, Anna-Lizette Conner, Wade Madsen, Christy McNeil, Molly Scott and Deborah Wolf.
Broadway Performance Hall
Events are free and open to the public, but tickets are required for admission.
Ticket reservations can be made at www.cornish.edu/events by February 16, 2010.
For additional information, or to request images, please contact Meike Kaan or Beth Fleenor (see information in sidebar).
About Cornish College of the Arts
Cornish College of the Arts is nationally recognized as a premier college of the visual and performing arts offering Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in dance, theater, art, design and performance production, and a Bachelor of Music degree. A pioneer in arts education, Cornish College of the Arts sprang from the remarkable vision of Nellie Cornish, a woman determined to cultivate the arts in Seattle when it was scarcely more than a frontier town. Her philosophy of educating the artist through exposure to all the arts was progressive at the time, and continues to be innovative today.