Terpsichore’s Landing 2019: Student Choreographed, Performed, and Produced
Seattle- Cornish College of the Arts presents Terpsichore’s Landing 2019 on March 31 featuring choreography, performances, and production by Cornish students. For more than 20 years, Terpsichore’s Landing has been a tradition of Cornish’s Dance Department. This student produced show showcases a variety of creative works and gives current students a platform on which to develop their choreography skills while having the opportunity to collaborate with student performers. As well as being an all-student choreographed show, the whole production is run by the students, from technical production to administrative work. This year’s show has been adjudicated by Dayna Hanson.
This year performances take place on March 31 at 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. at PONCHO Concert Hall, 710 E Roy St. Tickets are free. Due to the popularity of this show, advance reservations are recommended and can be made through Brown Paper Tickets.
About Cornish College of the Arts
Begun in 1914, Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, WA, offers Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in the performing and visual arts and a Bachelor of Music degree, multiple public programs, and extension courses. The College’s founder Nellie Cornish, and the many teaching artists who have followed her, believed in education through exposure to all the arts. This approach continues to inform the College’s curriculum and community involvement today. Our holistic approach to education promotes experimentation, discovery, and innovation, giving artists the creative intelligence they need to thrive in their disciplines and beyond. We have been inspiring artistic and academic excellence for more than 100 years. Cornish is accredited by the Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities and the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.
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