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Dancer of the Week: Sarah Kosterman

This season we’re featuring a Eugene Ballet dancer of the week to help you get to know these talented artists bringing our season’s ballets to life. Got something you’ve always wanted to ask a professional dancer? Email your questions to…

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Events With Complexions Contemporary Ballet

“They (Complexions Contemporary Ballet) meld ballet, modern and vernacular dance styles with ease. Jetés, pirouettes and point work (for both men and women) are convincingly integrated with jazz, modern dance, floor work and extensions at blurring speed. They dance as…

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David Bowie Meets Ballet

It’s the best of times… …and, it’s the worst of times—which is the best time to experience the feelings that make each and every one of us human. That’s why I’m seeing the David Bowie tribute ballet Star Dust, on…

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Interplay: A New Collaboration

    Eugene Ballet (EB) and the University of Oregon (UO) Department of Dance are proud to announce an exciting collaboration in Spring of 2019—a new performance event bringing dancers and choreographers from each organization to audiences in the intimate…

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Join the Snow Queen at the EUG Parade!

Academy students and families! You can be in The EUG Parade on Sunday, July 29! Watch your email for details on how to participate in Eugene Ballet’s parade entry, Not Frozen. Costumes will be provided and students will dance alongside…

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The People of Peer Gynt: Michael Peterson

Eugene Ballet’s production of Peer Gynt is a showcase of artist collaboration: Toni Pimble, Brian McWhorter, Satoko Motouji and Jessey Zepeda have each played an important role in bringing Peer Gynt to fruition. Yet there is still something, someone, missing.…

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The People of Peer Gynt: Jessey Zepeda

By: Anna Herring It’s hard to describe what Jessey Zepeda does because he works on so many different things. At one extreme, his job revolves around custom builds of everything from cabinets, to theater sets, to installations for corporate events.…

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