“You are capable of extra physical effort, with the added bonus that you are dedicated to seeing things through to the end.” Yes! I like it!
I read David Stabler’s beautifully thought-provoking and insightful column in The Oregonian on Thursday, “A Year of Playing Bach”. He describes his resolution to re-dedicate himself to daily practice of Bach’s “Well-Tempered Clavier” after many years away from not just that particular piece, but piano practice in general. Although, of course, the specifics of piano… Read More
Around the studio and theater, we are rarely without our water bottles. Most everyone has their own, and since they are such an indispensable accessory (and now are available in so many unique shapes, sizes, colors, and patterns) we could probably identify everyone’s bottle if a “match the canteen to the dancer” contest were held.… Read More
This box is sitting on the reception desk, awaiting musicians to come pick up their music for Midsummer. Need I say more?
2009 was a remarkable year for Oregon Ballet Theatre. While we’re happy to put it behind us, I think we can all agree that this past year also saw some of our most triumphant, exciting and hopeful moments. Thank you to everyone who has supported us in every way, small or large, from near or… Read More