About

Peter Christie

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Peter’s career with Ballet West spans 30 years. He joined the artistic staff in 1998 after a 16-year career as a corps member and, later, a soloist with the Company. During his ballet career, Peter was especially noted for his character roles. He currently serves as Director of Educational Programs and Ballet West Academy, and continues to appear as a guest artist with Ballet West.

Bruce Caldwell

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Bruce Caldwell began his ballet career in 1961 in the children's roles of Willam Christensen's The Nutcracker.  He joined Ballet West as an Apprentice in 1968 and rose through the ranks to become a Principal in 1972, a position he held for 18 years before joining the artistic staff in 1990.  In 1989 he received the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce Excellence in the Arts Award, and a year later, the Governor’s Award, presented by the Utah Arts Council.

Mark Goldweber

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Mark Goldweber joined the Joffrey Ballet in 1975 as a member of Joffrey II, and he was invited to join the main Joffrey Ballet in 1977.

Pamela Robinson-Harris

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Pamela Robinson-Harris’ vast ballet career began with the Cleveland Ballet, where she danced for three years before joining the State of Alabama Ballet in 1982. Robinson joined Ballet West in 1985 and advanced to Principal artist in 1988.  She has graced the stages of some of the most prestigious theatres in America, including Wolf Trap and The Kennedy Center.  She joined the artistic staff in 1998 as Ballet Mistress and was promoted to Senior Ballet Mistress in 2008.

Production Rental

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For more information about how to rent costumes and scenery for the ballets listed below, please contact Michael Andrew Currey, Director of Production: mcurrey@balletwest.org or 801-869-6926

Staff Job Openings

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BALLET WEST MISSION & ORGANIZATION:

Founded in 1963, Ballet West’s mission is to:

  • Entertain and excite audiences in Utah and worldwide by presenting great classical ballets, historical masterpieces and new cutting-edge creations with the highest standards of artistic and professional excellence.

  • Build future ballet artists and audiences by providing excellent classical ballet training, and to offer outstanding education and outreach programs that will inspire children and adults alike from all walks of life.

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