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Variations/Collaborations Ticket Sales are OPEN

Ticket sales are OPEN for Variations/Collaborations!

Metropolitan Ballet brings outstanding contemporary choreography to the stage this spring with premieres by Tommie-Waheed Evans, Guggenheim Fellow & Princess Grace Awardee; Sarah Mettin, Artistic Associate of Metropolitan; and “Impetus” by fan favorite, Ashley Walton Pabst.

“Impetus” was created by Ashely Pabst for Metropolitan in 2017 and features a large ensemble of 18 dancers with solos and pas de deux set to an enthralling score by Max Richter. Tommie-Waheed Evans is a Philadelphia dance phenom whose national recognition includes the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship and Princess Grace awards for choreography. His new work is a fast-paced, high-energy dance for 9 performers. Sarah Mettin’s new work features a cast of 10 in a visceral soundscape.

Two of Settlement Music School’s most outstanding young artists, Adelle Sullivan-Cozza, a violin student of Lee Snyder, and Collin Parker-Szekely, a piano student of Michelle Cann, provide live music, both as soloists and as accompaniment for Metropolitan’s dancers.

The Variations/Collaborations concert is 7:00 pm on Saturday, March 23, at Kurtz Center, William Penn Charter School, 3000 West School House Lane, Philadelphia. Free parking is available. Tickets for the highly anticipated evening of dance and music are $25.

Tickets for Variations/Collaborations can be purchased online HERE.

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