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Cornish Presents Composer/Choreographer Collaborations

April 27, 2010

Seattle, WA – Cornish College of the Arts presents new works by Cornish student composers and choreographers on Thursday, May 6th at 8 pm at the Erickson Theater, 1524 Harvard Ave. in Seattle. Admission is free.

Composer/Choreographer Collaborations
Thursday, May 6th, 2010, 8:00pm
The Erickson Theater
1524 Harvard Avenue, Seattle
(Around the corner from the Egyptian movie theater)

Works presented as part of this evening-length program represent a range of styles and approaches, from the site-specific to the improvised, from acoustic to electronic. These new works are the result of a semester-long exploration of the process of combining music and sound with contemporary dance. All artists are students of Cornish faculty members Jarrad Powell (composer) and Wade Madsen (choreographer).
Composers: Ian Huddleston, Kjell Nelson, Michael Moore, Jeff Bryant, Nathan Ossman, Dick Robinson, Alexander Jackson, Keith White, and Barry Snyder.
Choreographers: Abby Northcott, Alexander Betka, Amy Johnson, Autumn Oftedahl, Callie Swedberg, Christin Lusk, Danielle Hammer, Elissa Eskridge, Ian Randal, Kaitlin Keegan, Lavina Vago, Maia Lassen-Purser, Molly Sides, Sally Kreimendahl, Sarah Lustbader, and Ben Dominick.

For additional information please contact Meike Kaan or Lindsay Walter (see information above) or visit

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.