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Northwest Chamber Orchestra
1305 4th Ave. Ste. 522 (Administrative Office) | ph: (206) 343.0445

Recognized as an outstanding orchestra in the

United States and Europe, the Northwest Chamber Orchestra has recorded a number of CDs, and has even received an ASCAP award for "Adventuresome Programming." Local audiences can listen to them on KING FM radio broadcasts, or hear them live at Benaroya Hall, and at monthly concerts at Volunteer Park.

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Pacific Northwest Ballet
301 Mercer St. | Amin. Office ph: (206) 441.9411 or Box Office ph: (206) 441.2424
Founded in 1972, the Pacific Northwest Ballet is one of the largest and most highly regarded ballet companies in the United States. Its 100 yearly performances have garnered the highest per capita dance attendance in the country. The Ballet's version of The Nutcracker, featuring costumes and sets by Maurice Sendak, author of the children's classic Where the Wild Things Are, has gained national acclaim. The Ballet also has an exclusive dance school with classes for both professional-minded and recreational dancers of all ages.
On the Boards
100 W. Roy St. | Amin. Office ph: (206) 217.9886 or Box Office ph: (206) 217.9888
For nearly 25 years, On the Boards has been fostering contemporary and experimental performance in the Pacific Northwest. The organization puts on over 200 performances a year that feature cutting edge local, domestic, and international acts - including series for new performances, new Northwest performances, and short pieces. They also host master classes, lectures, and community education projects.
Meany Theater World Dance Series
Red Square, University of Washington | ph: (206) 386-4236
Meany Theater hosts the most exciting dance troupes around the world for this series, started in 1988. The Mark Morris Company, perhaps the most acclaimed in America, is a regular feature of the series. Both modern dance companies and traditional dancers from Africa, South America, and Asia perform here.
Ballet Bellevue
204 NE 100th Avenue | ph: (425) 455-1345
Ronn Tice, the director of the Ballet, has brought his considerable experience to the Eastside, where he runs the school at the Ballet and produces both modern ballet shows and classics, from the Nutcracker to Henry Purcell. Performances are at the Meydenbauer Center and the Broadway Performance Hall on Capitol Hill. Both locations offer tickets for just $10.
Northwest Folklife Festival
305 Harrison Street | ph: (206) 684.7300
All the splendor of an immense dance scene is given each Memorial Day weekend at Seattle Center. Kick up your heels to swing sounds, square dances, and folk sounds from around the world. Many exciting and different dance troupes and bands play to a rambunctious, diverse crowd.
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