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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 10:33 am 

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BOSTON, MA - March 16, 2009 - Boston Ballet School's Norwell studio
principal, Jared Redick, announced today its upcoming performance of
Peter and the Wolf, April 11 at the Duxbury Performing Arts Center. The
production will feature more than 40 students from the Norwell studio.

"The Norwell studio's production of Peter and the Wolf is an important
and exciting component of our students' dance education, as it provides
an opportunity for them to perform before an audience and showcase their
talents," said Redick.

Redick, also a soloist with Boston Ballet, choreographed Peter and the
Wolf with Boston Ballet company member Boyko Dossev. The production will
feature live music by a quintet from the Boston Symphony Orchestra and
costuming and set elements by Boston Ballet designers and production

The 3:00pm and 6:00pm performances will also include the Norwell
Studio's performing group dancing the Garland Dance from The Sleeping
Beauty and Norwell Studio alumni, now advanced students with Boston
Ballet School, dancing a new work created by a fellow student.

Boston Ballet School is the largest ballet school in North America with
studios in Boston, Newton, Norwell and Marblehead. Over 10,000 students
participate in Boston Ballet Center for Dance Education's summer, adult,
outreach programs and general classes each year.

For information about Boston Ballet Center for Dance Education and how
to sign up for classes at Boston Ballet School, visit or call 617.456.6264.

Tickets for all shows start at $10. For detailed ticket prices and to
purchase tickets, call 617.456.6273 or visit
<> .

About Boston Ballet

Founded in 1963, Boston Ballet is one of the leading dance companies in
North America. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Mikko
Nissinen, the Company maintains an internationally acclaimed repertoire
of classical, neo-classical and contemporary works, ranging from
full-length story ballets to new works by some of today's finest

Boston Ballet's second company, Boston Ballet II, is made up of
pre-professional dancers who gain experience by performing with Boston
Ballet and as an independent group, presenting lecture-demonstrations
and unique programs to audiences throughout the Northeast. The Boston
Ballet Center for Dance Education is the largest ballet school in North
America. In service of its mission to bring the highest quality arts
education to all, it reaches and instructs more than 10,000 students of
all ages each year through Boston Ballet School, Summer Dance Workshop,
Summer Dance Program, Citydance, Taking Steps, and Adaptive Dance. The
wide array of dance education programs are held at four major ballet
studio locations, in community centers, and throughout the Boston Public

Boston Ballet gratefully acknowledges the following institutional

State Street Corporation, 2008 Sponsor, The Nutcracker

Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family Foundation/Linda S. Waintrup, Trustee

Massachusetts Cultural Council

National Endowment for the Arts

Boston Organ & Piano, Official Piano Supplier of Boston Ballet

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