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The Washington Ballet

Founded in 1976 by the great American ballet pioneer Mary Day and under Septime Webre's artistic directorship since 1999, The Washington Ballet is an ensemble of powerfully athletic classical ballet dancers performing a repertory of new work and creativity.  Considered one of the country's finest ballet companies, The Washington Ballet is recognized nationally and internationally for its high standards, artistic integrity, and unwavering commitment to presenting the very best in ballet.

Watch Past Performances

Local Dance Commissioning Project 9/12/03: Local Dance Commissioning Project

Jason Hartley has created How it Happens, a work that portrays personality and character as shown by an individual within a group, without overshadowing the group’s sense of unity. It is to be performed by dancers from The Washington Ballet. Also on the program will be Cipher, a new work created by special guest choreographer and former Local Dance Commissioning Project recipient Ed Tyler.
(Kinespheres series LCDP)

Local Dance Commissioning Project

Jason Hartley has created How it Happens, a work that portrays personality and character as shown by an individual within a group, without overshadowing the group’s sense of unity. It is to be performed by dancers from The Washington Ballet. Also on the program will be Cipher, a new work created by special guest choreographer and former Local Dance Commissioning Project recipient Ed Tyler.
(Kinespheres series LCDP)
Local Dance Commissioning Project 9/11/03: Local Dance Commissioning Project

Jason Hartley has created How it Happens, a work that portrays personality and character as shown by an individual within a group, without overshadowing the group’s sense of unity. It is to be performed by dancers from The Washington Ballet. Also on the program will be Cipher, a new work created by special guest choreographer and former Local Dance Commissioning Project recipient Ed Tyler.
(Kinespheres series LCDP)

Local Dance Commissioning Project

Jason Hartley has created How it Happens, a work that portrays personality and character as shown by an individual within a group, without overshadowing the group’s sense of unity. It is to be performed by dancers from The Washington Ballet. Also on the program will be Cipher, a new work created by special guest choreographer and former Local Dance Commissioning Project recipient Ed Tyler.
(Kinespheres series LCDP)

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