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Michelle Bova reports on the musicians' protest at PBT's "Carmen" in the Carnegie-Mellon Tartan:

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Pittsburgh Ballet hires new director

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PITTSBURGH - The struggling Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre has hired a new executive director credited with improving the fiscal fortunes of two other ballet companies.

Harris N. Ferris, currently executive director of the Nevada Ballet Theatre in Las Vegas and already consulting with the ballet, will begin the full-time position in February, the ballet announced Thursday.


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A local view of the appointment of Harris Ferris as Executive Director of Pittsburgh Ballet by William Loeffler in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:

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A Las Vegas view of Harris Ferris' departure from Nevada Ballet Theatre for Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, by Ken White in the Las Vegas Review-Journal:

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Another article on Harris Ferris' departure from Las Vegas for Pittsburgh, this from Kristen Peterson in the Las Vegas Sun:

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William Loeffler reports on a meeting schedule for Monday, November 21 between manager designate Harris Ferris and PBT Orchestra representatives

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In the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Mark Kanny reports on the November 21, 2005 meeting between the PBT Orchestra representatives and Managing Director designate Harris Ferris:

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Mark Kanny talks to new Executive Director Harris Ferris in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:

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PBT is extending Terry Orr's contract has been extended for three more seasons (through 2008-09). Mark Kanney reports in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:

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In the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Thomas Olson reports on the fiscal good news that PBT has posted its first surplus in six years *and* is restoring live music.

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That's great news! They must be doing something right.


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An editorial in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about how first rate arts groups (including museums) have always been considered essential to the Pittsburgh region's identity:

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