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BALANCE AND IMBALANCE
MARCH 4, 2017 | 8:00 P.M. | BYHAM THEATER
Pittsburgh, PA—The Pittsburgh Dance Council, a division of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, presents Bereishit Dance Company performing two works Bow and Balance and Imbalance on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 8:00 p.m. at the Byham Theater, 101 Sixth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222.
Bereshit Dance Company, based in Seoul, South Korea, brings a contemporary dance performance that merges with eastern Asian culture. BOW, a male duet, is inspired by the traditional Korean archery. Balance and Imbalance features company dancers alongside some of Korea’s most revered traditional drummers and pansori vocalists. The performance highlights the relationship between body movement and sound.
To view a video preview of Bereishit visit https://youtu.be/k9WpthWvQl4.
Choreographer and dancer, Park Soon-Ho founded Bereishit Dance Company in 2000. He completed his choreographer’s course in the Netherlands at the Eupropean Dance Development Center. Park Soon-Ho has performed throughout Europe and Asia. His works have been featured in dance festivals around the world.
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Single ($25-$60) are available through these Pittsburgh Cultural Trust official ticket sources: www.TrustArts.org, by calling 412-456-6666, or in person at the Box Office at Theater Square, 655 Penn Avenue. A limited number of $10 tickets, orchestra level, are being offered for Pittsburgh Dance Council presentations at the Byham Theater, available on a first come first served basis. Subscription packages are available for: $60-$285. Subscriptions can be purchased in 4 show packages, with prices starting at $40. To subscribe, call 412-456-1390. Groups of 10 or more tickets, please call 412-471-6930. For more information visit, www.TrustArts.org/dance.
Upcoming Pittsburgh Dance Council 2016-2017 (47th season) presentations include: performances at the August Wilson Center: March 24-25, 2017: Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre & Dance Theatre of Harlem; and performance at the Byham Theater: April 22, 2017: BJM Danse. Randal Miller, Director of Dance Programming and Special Projects-Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, shared, “Dance has the power to move us in many ways. By providing a platform for a myriad of creative expression, dance brings people together, to entertain and inspire us. It encourages dialogue about contemporary issues and ideas.”
The Pittsburgh Dance Council acknowledges its 2016-17 media partners, 90.5 WESA and 91.3 WYEP.
Pittsburgh Dance Council
The Pittsburgh Dance Council joined Pittsburgh Cultural Trust as a programming division 2002. The mission of Pittsburgh Dance Council is to bring the best contemporary dance companies from around the world to the Cultural District. Each season, Pittsburgh Dance Council presents diverse, world-class contemporary works, including U.S. and world premieres.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust has overseen one of Pittsburgh’s most historic transformations: turning a seedy red-light district into a magnet destination for arts lovers, residents, visitors, and business owners. Founded in 1984, the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is a non-profit arts organization whose mission is the cultural and economic revitalization of a 14-block arts and entertainment/residential neighborhood called the Cultural District. The District is one of the country’s largest land masses “curated” by a single nonprofit arts organization. A major catalytic force in the city, the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is a unique model of how public-private partnerships can reinvent a city with authenticity, innovation and creativity. Using the arts as an economic catalyst, the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust has holistically created a world-renowned Cultural District that is revitalizing the city, improving the regional economy and enhancing Pittsburgh’s quality of life. Thanks to the support of foundations, corporations, government agencies and thousands of private citizens, the Cultural Trust stands as a national model of urban redevelopment through the arts. www.TrustArts.org