Cornish College of the Arts Announces 2012 BFA Dance Concerts, 2/16-25
Cornish College of the Arts presents the 2012 BFA Dance Concerts February 16-25, showcasing the choreography and performance work of Cornish Dance Department's class of 2012. An eclectic array of dance styles and viewpoints will be represented, ranging from modern dance to contemporary ballet, jazz and performance art, with some dances performed to live music. The concert series will also include performances of works commissioned from professional guest choreographers.
Performances are at the Broadway Performance Hall, located at 1625 Broadway in Seattle. The 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 14, 2012.
February 16th & 17th, 8pm
BFA Dance Concert - Program One
Featuring Nicole Daigle, Irene Folkerts, Camryn Kelly, Kelsey Murphy, Ingrid Porter, Desiree Yan.
February 18th, 2pm & 8pm
BFA Dance Concert - Program Two
Featuring: Alicia Garcia, Whitney Hord, Margaret Hotchkiss, Katherine Murphy, Alannah Pascua, Charlotte Smith.
Program 3- February 23rd & 24th, 8pm
BFA Dance Concert - Program Three
Featuring Emilie Hagen, Babette McGeady, Kelton Roth, Alex Wheelwright, Lindsay Wolfe, Jamila Youngstedt.
Program 4- February 25th, 2pm & 8pm
BFA Dance Concert - Program Four
Featuring Jessica Bagley, Sarah Butler, Rebecca Kalnasy, Stanko Milov, Jessica Smith, Jolene Winner-Ziemer.
About Cornish College of the Arts
Cornish College of the Arts, founded by Nellie Cornish in 1914, provides aspiring artists with the educational opportunities to become professionals in their fields. The College offers Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in Art, Dance, Design, Performance Production and Theater, and a Bachelor of Music degree. It is one of three private colleges in the United States focusing on both the performing and visual arts, and the only college of its kind in the Northwest. The College is accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges, and the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.