PA PEOPLE….

SUNDAY ONLY…. don’t miss out.

BRANDYWINE BALLET COMPANY
FALL PERFORMANCE SERIES
TWO PREMIERES, TWO DYNAMIC CHOREOGRAPHERS!

West Chester, PA – Brandywine Ballet, Chester County’s premier ballet company is proud to announce its 2015 performances of Carmina Burana October 23-25, 2015 (specific performance dates and times listed below), as well as the Carmina Burana Meet and Greet October 25, 2015. Brandywine Ballet continues its residency this season at Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall, 700 S. High Street, West Chester, PA. Individual tickets range $25-$40. Tickets and a complete schedule are available by telephone at (610) 696-2711 and on-line at www.brandywineballet.org.

A unique artistic experience for the Chester County region will be coming in October 2015. Brandywine Ballet will premiere two new choreographic works of divergent character, beauty, and intensity within one program. Carmina Burana will surely prove to be an extraordinary collaboration. Resident Choreographer, Nancy Page, has set her ballet to the inspirational music of Carl Orff, portraying the medieval collection of poems and texts about life, fortune and fate. The Brandywine Singers and their percussion orchestra, under the direction of Jonathan Kreamer, will bring Carmina Burana’s epic score to life. The other side of the program will feature Philadelphia-based choreographer, Meredith Rainey’s Swan Lake Act II, a distinguished act from a timeless ballet. Tchaikovsky’s score is full of melancholy and longing; two aspects that will be present in the dancing of Odette, a young maiden cursed by the evil spell of von Rothbart to be a swan by day and maiden by night, and of Prince Siegfried, who falls in love with her and hopes to break the spell that has been cast upon her.

Carmina Burana Meet and Greet
Please join Brandywine Ballet’s artistic staff and professional dancers for an exclusive Meet & Greet following the final show of Carmina Burana, on Sunday, October 25th from 4:30-7:00 in the evening at Spence 312. Located at 312 S. High Street, just a short walk from Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall. Come mingle with the artists, and fellow ballet lovers while sampling some of Head Chef and Owner, Andrew Patton’s creative and seasonal hors d’oeuvres as you sip a glass of wine or beer. Tickets are $30. Bonbids will add fun to the evening with a “penny auction”

About Brandywine Ballet: Artistic Director Donna L. Muzio founded Brandywine Ballet in 1979. Bringing together pre-professional, professional, and special guest dancers from diverse artistic backgrounds and experiences, Brandywine Ballet has established itself as a formidable platform for dance training and performance in the Greater Philadelphia region. The Brandywine Ballet Organization has become a pas de trois over the years, and now supports three different sections: Brandywine Ballet Theatre, is the professional branch, Brandywine Ballet Company, is the student branch and Brandywine Contemporary provides dancers with the opportunity to explore the world outside of classical ballet. Brandywine Ballet is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Brandywine Ballet Company

Carmina Burana 2015 performance dates:

Friday, October 23 – 10 am*
Saturday, October 24 – 2:00 pm
Saturday, October 24 – 7:00 pm
Sunday, October 25 – 2:00 pm

Tickets:

$40 Section A (Yellow), $30 Section B (Pink), $25 Section C (Blue)
University, Senior, and Group Discounts Available

*$18/Adult, $10 Student-Senior (10 am performance only)

All above performances are held at:
Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall
700 S. High Street, West Chester, PA 19382

Carmina Burana Meet & Greet

October 25, 2015
4:30 – 7:30pm

Tickets:
$30 per person

Location:
Spence 312, 312 S. High St., West Chester, PA

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