OREGON BALLET THEATRE

 

STUDENT PERFORMANCE SERIES (SPS)

Student Performance Series
Photo by Roslyn Barnfield

One of Online-Education.net's Top 15 Field Trip DestinationsSCHOOL DAY MATINEES AT THE THEATER
Registration Required: Email outreach@obt.org or call 503-227-0977

Bring your class to the ballet!

Join us in the theater as we invite student grou ps of all ages to experience the joy and excitement of live dance performances during the school day.  In age-appropriate programs that feature OBT company artists and School of OBT dancers, students are given an opportunity to see fully produced works of ballet, which often include live music.

In concert with Oregon state standards for competency in the arts, OBT’s Education Outreach Department crafts thematic frameworks for each performance that support literacy in academic subject areas.  Participating groups may download multi-media support materials and OBT Education Outreach Study Guides free of charge.

NEW THIS YEAR! School groups may apply to receive a pre-performance presentation in their classroom by an OBT teaching artist that includes student participation and a post-performance reflection designed to get students thinking about how the arts impact our lives. This is great for groups that are new to ballet or for those who wish to expand and deepen the experience. Call today to schedule your school group—limited availability.

GRADES: K - 12
PRICING: Groups of 5 or less pay $10 per group. Groups of 6 or more pay $2.00 per seat.

Take advantage of Trimet discounts for groups Here
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2014/2015 SEASON


FALL SPS: Celebrate OBT’s 25 years
October 16, 2014, 12:00 PM-1:00PM
Keller Auditorium

See a world premier dance performance with live music by one of Portland’s favorite ensembles! Treat your students to a beginning-of-the-year “WOW!” experience.

SPRING SPS
April 22, 2015 & April 23, 2015
Newmark Theatre

Rassemblement (which means “gathering”) is a dance work set to slave songs of Haiti and is described “as an impressive, thrilling, and audience-affecting human rights appeal.”
 

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:

“The ballet dancers strength and balance showed a lot of the beauty of linear equipoise…” - Canby High School Student 2008

“WOW the Mandolin Dance was jaw dropping!” - Richard, Canby High School 2008

“I loved how you took a story so strange and turned it into a dance that was so amazing. Then you leave a message that says everyone needs to make an effort to help the environment. Thank you.” - Jeremy, Canby High School 2008

Oregon Ballet Theatre endeavors to provide dance education that is both excellent and exciting. To keep user fees affordable, many programs are supported by generous donations to OBT's Education & Outreach programs.

Some scholarship funding may be available for OBT's educational programming. Please call Kasandra Gruener, 503.227.0977 x212, for information.

USE OF RUN FOR THE ARTS FUNDS

If using Run for the Arts funds, please refer to  Young Audiences guidelines. Oregon Ballet Theatre is listed as a "Cultural Organization." Please call Kasandra Gruener, 503.227.0977 x212, for information.

SPONSORS

William H. & Mary L. Bauman Foundation
The Boeing Company
The Clark Foundation
Northwest Natural
Pacific Power Foundation
PGE Foundation
Regional Arts & Culture Council
Harold & Arlene Schnitzer Care Foundation
Juan Young Trust
Wells Fargo
Work for Art
Wintz Family Foundation

 

Kasandra Gruener, MA
Director of Education & Outreach
503.227.0977
outreach@obt.org

SPS CURRICULUM ARCHIVE

Photo Gallery of images from The Student Performance Series
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PERFORMANCE SERIES

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