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 Post subject: Boston Ballet management
PostPosted: Tue Sep 30, 2008 7:33 am 
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A blurb in the Boston Globe reports on Mikko Nissinen's contract extension as Artistic Director: Nissinen gets extension

A more lengthy article is found in the Company Press Releases area of this forum:
BOSTON BALLET RENEWS ARTISTIC DIRECTOR MIKKO NISSINEN'S CONTRACT


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A short item in the "Names" column of the Boston Globe regarding the appointment of Barry C. Hughson: New executive director for Boston Ballet


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In the Patriot Ledger Jody Feinberg reports that Jared Redick is retiring as a dancer to work full time as principal of the Norwell branch of the Boston Ballet School: Braintree’s Jared Redick is retiring as soloist with the Boston Ballet

The article also notes that soloist Melanie Atkins is also retiring from her dance career and will become Children’s Ballet Mistress. While this is described as a new role, for many years Sydney Leonard, who was a colleague of Boston Ballet founder E. Virginia Williams, served the same function.


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Joan Anderman writes about Boston Ballet's open audition in the Boston Globe: They leap -- and ballet judges look


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From Christopher Muther in the Boston Globe:
[url=http://www.boston.com/lifestyle/fashion/articles/2009/10/22/a_rebranding_of_the_boston_ballet/]Typecast no more? - After a tumultuous few years, Boston Ballet gives its image a modern makeover
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I'm never sure these rebranding campaigns are really as important as marketers seem to think they are. Are more people really going to go to the ballet just because their LOGO LOOKS DIFFERENT? I seriously doubt.

However, the fans will buy more t-shirts because they will want the latest logo. So I guess that indirectly improves the company's finances.


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In the Boston Globe, Wendy Killeen writes about Evelyn Cisneros-Legate who is the new director for Boston Ballet School’s Marblehead studio: New director for ballet studio


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From Sebastian Smee in the Boston Globe, an interview with Margaret Tracey, head of the Boston Ballet School: MARGARET TRACEY - Raising the barre


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 Post subject: Re: Boston Ballet management
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An on-line video at boston.com, the Boston Globe's web site:
Title: CEO Corner: Boston Ballet Executive Director Barry Hughson

Published: Mon, 22 Mar 2010
Description: How Hughson made the leap from the stage, to the business side of ballet

Note that a somewhat garbled transcript is also available there.


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In the Boston Globe, Geoff Edgers reports on the status of the Boston Ballet at age 50.

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Executive Director Barry Hughson will leave Boston Ballet to take a similar position at the National Ballet of Canada, effective January 2014. Jeffrey Gantz reports for the Boston Globe.

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The Boston Globe reports that artistic director Mikko Nissinen has had his contract renewed for another five years.

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Meredith Hodges has been named Executive Director of Boston Ballet. Jeffrey Gantz reports for the Boston Globe.

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In the Boston Globe, Jeffrey Gantz profiles artistic director Mikko Nissinen.

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