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 Post subject: Pacific Northwest Ballet: School Performance (6/17/06)
PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 4:41 pm 
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The 25th Annual School Performance of Pacific Northwest Ballet School will be held on Saturday, June 17, 2006 at McCaw Hall in Seattle at 12:00 noon and at 3:30 p.m. Featured this year is a performance of Bournonville's "Konservatoriet," in honor of retiring PNBS Principal Flemming Halby.

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Scroll down in the following piece by Carole Beers to reach the PNBS preview:

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For the first time in several years, I was unable to attend the PNB Annual School Performance (due to my presence in Jackson, Mississippi that weekend). However, R. M. Campbell did attend and here is his review in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer:

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In the Kitsap Sun, Michael Moore writes a feature article on brothers Andrew and Michael Pontius (ages 14 and 10, respectively), who performed on PNB's School Recital on June 17:

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