Support the incredible artists of PNB this weekend by streaming their online program

The dancing on water makes me nervous!
Pacific Northwest Ballet program at McCaw Hall
Pacific Northwest Ballet is back!

After a year full of uncertainty, no audiences, and a ton of beautiful performances filmed remotely, it feels so great to have the incredible artist of Pacific Northwest Ballet back on the stage and in front of a vaccinated human audience. 'Singularly Cerrudo' showcases just what we've been missing!

Currently the ballet is only available at a limited capacity and to vaccinated subscribers (season ticket holders to us sports fans,) but to find another way to raise money for the arts, they're making these programs available to stream this weekend only. Please support them!

I'm quite the music fan which should come as no surprise, but also grew up with a father listening to nothing but classical music - I grew up around fine arts. Ballet was new to me until a few years ago and I feel like missed out specifically when people like Alejandro Cerrudo, who has awesome taste in music, helms all three pieces for the night.

Cerrudo utilizes one of my very favorite musicians of the last decade, Nils Frahm, who straddles the line between modern musician and classical composer with such subtlety. Here's an incredible example of why I'm so pumped to hear him:

Anyway, back on subject. I loved the performance of their first Rep of the season, Rep 1, even though I worried the whole time about someone slipping on the wet stage! Here's your chance to spend your hard earned money supporting people who live at the top of an art that might be just beyond what you're used to. These are people in Seattle who are just bouncing back like the rest of us after so long with so much uncertainty. Please buy a streaming pass for tonight!

Rep 1: Singularly Cerrudo
Rep 1: Singularly Cerrudo Photo credit Angela Sterling
Rep 1: Singularly Cerrudo
Rep 1: Singularly Cerrudo Photo credit Angela Sterling
Rep 1: Singularly Cerrudo
Rep 1: Singularly Cerrudo Photo credit Angela Sterling