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July 11, 2013 at 3:56 PM

A new position for PNB’s Jeffrey Stanton

 

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Seattle’s loss is Portland’s gain: Jeffrey Stanton, long a popular principal dancer with Pacific Northwest Ballet (with the company 1994-2011) and currently a faculty member there, has accepted a position as ballet master with Oregon Ballet Theater. He’ll begin work there in August.

And a snappy goodbye to you, Mr. Stanton! Best of luck to him in the new position. (Photo by Angela Sterling)

In other PNB news, individual tickets for the 2013/2014 season (which will feature world premieres from Twyla Tharp and Alejandro Cerrudo, a PNB premiere from Crystal Pite and a newly designed “Giselle,” among other works) will go on sale  July 22 with a special offer: no service charges on tickets purchased through July 31. PNB box office: 206-441-2424 or www.pnb.org.

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