New Horizons

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On February 22, 23, & 24, 2019 Boulder Ballet is celebrating the landmark achievements of the New Horizons spaceKelseyPhoebeCarlyNH copy mission with four special performances of New Horizons. These performances, featuring Boulder Ballet company dancers, honor NASA’s New Horizons Pluto-Kuiper Belt Mission. We’ve taken the beauty and mystery of space, the courage of exploration, the fragility and strength of humanity and mixed it with a dynamic score by a local award-winning composer and exciting choreography by a Boulder dancer/choreographer, creating a ballet that will take the audience on a journey of time and space. The music has been composed by award-winning composer Paul Fowler, music professor at Naropa University and the choreography is by Claire Davison, a Boulder Ballet alum now dancing with American Ballet Theatre.

These performances will also feature a piece choreographed by Associate Artistic Director Lance Hardin and Assistant School Director Amy Earnest to electronic music composed by Michael Schulze, a teaching associate professor at the University of Denver’s Lamont School of Music. A third piece will be the audience favorite “Tropes” from the FACES of Boulder Ballet show presented in September, choreographed by company member Ryland Early.

The opening night post-performance celebration will be a unique opportunity to meet some of the local scientists who brought the New Horizons mission to life along with the artists who, through this performance, recognize this unparalleled accomplishment. We are excited and truly privileged to be bringing this unique combination of science and art—a perfect example of STEAM—to the Boulder community.

Gordon Gamm Theater, Dairy ARTS Center:

Opening night with Post Performance Celebration, Friday, February 22 @7:30pm, tickets $75

Saturday, February 23 @2:00pm & 7:30pm, tickets $32 GA, $22 Students and Seniors

Sunday, February 24 @2:00pm, tickets $32 GA, $22 Students and Seniors

TICKETS: www.thedairy.org or 303.444.7328

Dancer Photo by Amanda Tipton