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Oregon Ballet Theatre

AARON SPENCER
7:30 pm Friday, 2 pm and 7:30 Saturday and 2 pm Sunday, June 14-16., Saturday June 15 | $28-$148.
Keller Auditorium
222 SW Clay St.
 
George Balanchine once told Newsweek, “Most ballet teachers in the United States are terrible. If they were in medicine, everyone would be poisoned.” OBT is doing its best to prove him wrong with a tribute performance 30 years after his death. The performance includes three very different pieces of choreography. The energetic Stravinsky Violin Concerto features two joyful group sections, while the Prodigal Son drips with the drama of the Bible story. Audience favorite Square Dance rounds out the show.

Where: Keller Auditorium
Phone: 800-745-3000
Address: 222 SW Clay St.
Website: http://www.obt.org/season_program4.html

 
 
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