The Walla Walla Dance Festival in Walla Walla, Washington is a virtuosic celebration of all things in dance. Watch as the festival brings professional, cutting edge artists from across the United States to perform the magic and mystery, joy and excitement of the dance from July 25-31.
The Walla Walla Dance Festival
The festival is passionate about dance. It is about how people move, what creates movement, its expressive qualities and relationships and above all, how it comes together synergistically to create works that are transformative and entertaining, educational and moving in a way that stirs the thoughts and feelings that will want to make the audience get up and dance.
The Walla Walla Dance Festival is an engine for bringing the very best of what dance has to offer to the greater Walla Walla Valley, in all disciplines and styles. It is made to include and collaborate with other disciplines and art forms in order to bring the highest quality of professional dance in education and performance.
Schedule of Performances:
July 25 - Master Class for advanced dancers with Donald Byrd: Artistic Director of Spectrum Dance Theatre. Master Class for advanced dancers is free.
July 27 - Community Hip Hop Master Class at the YMCA, ages 12-22 As part of the Walla Walla Festival, Jason Hartley will be teaching a free community hip hop master class at the YMCA at 6:30 in the evening. Hip Hop Master Class is free.
July 28 - Open Rehearsal with Amy Seiwert's Imagery, 7:00 in the evening in Cordiner Hall The open rehearsal is free.
July 29 - Wonderful Wednesday! 1:30 in the afternoon in Cordiner Hall, Created especially for children ages 5-12, in collaboration with the Walla Walla Public Library. Cabaret Night at Charles Smith Winery 7:00 in the evening.
July 31 - Grand Performance 7:00 in the evening in Cordiner Hall, Pre-show talk with the choreographers and Artistic directors at 6:15 in the evening.
Tickets: (Cabaret Night and Grand Performance)
The Walla Walla Dance Festival debuts its first ever Cabaret Night at the beautiful Charles Smith Winery, Wednesday July 29. General admission is $30.
The festival will also culminate in this year’s Grand Performance on Friday, July 31 in Cordiner Hall and tickets are available for:
- Student with ID -$15
- Senior -$20
- Adult $25
- Family-$60 (2 adults up to 4 children)
For more information visit the Walla Walla Dance Festival page.Posted by Colleen D. Lane on
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