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Pacific Northwest Ballet presents
All Premiere
McCaw HallPacific Northwest Ballet Performance
11/10/2018 7:30 PM

THE FIRST OF THREE MIXED-REPERTORY PROGRAMS brings new works from choreographers the world is watching. PNB audiences know Alejandro Cerrudo (Little mortal jump) for his inventive synthesis of mood and music. Alexander Ekman's Cacti has become an international hit: a kinetic, concussive ensemble work that's slyly ironic. PNB soloist Kyle Davis has been creating work for years, and we are thrilled to bring his premiere to the mainstage.

NEW DAVIS (World Premiere)
Music: Michael Giacchino 
Choreography: Kyle Davis
Scenic & Lighting Design: Reed Nakayama
Costume Design: Elizabeth Murphy

Silent Ghost (PNB Premiere) 
Music: Dustin Hamman, King Creosote & Jon Hopkins, Ólafur Arnalds, Nils Frahm
Choreography: Alejandro Cerrudo
Costume Design: Branimira Ivanova
Lighting Design: Michael Korsch

Cacti (PNB Premiere)
Music: Franz Josef Haydn, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert
Choreography: Alexander Ekman
Scenic & Costume Design: Alexander Ekman
Lighting Design: Tom Visser
Netherlands Dance Theatre 2 in Alexander Ekman’s Cacti. Pacific Northwest Ballet will be performing Cacti as part of ALL PREMIERE. Photo © Johan Persson / ArenaPAL. 

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