Best Bets: Pacific Northwest Ballet stages "The Sleeping Beauty" Feb. 9

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDFebruary 3, 2014 

The Sleeping Beauty, Pacific Northwest Ballet

Pacific Northwest Ballet company dancers as Puss and Boots perform in the production of "Sleeping Beauty," on stage through Feb. 9, 2014 at McCaw Hall at Seattle Center. Ticket range from $28 to $174.

ANGELA STERLING — COURTESY TO THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Pacific Northwest Ballet company dancers as Puss and Boots perform it the production of "Sleeping Beauty," on stage through Feb. 9 at McCaw Hall at Seattle Center.

From its timeless introduction to evil Carabosse's curse, from fairies that really fly to the Prince's wakening kiss and an imperial wedding celebration, each moment of "The Sleeping Beauty" portrays the beloved fairy tale with grand classical ballet, Tchaikovsky's treasured music, magnificent sets and exquisite costumes.

Ticket range from $28 to $174.

Details: pnb.org, 206-441-2424.

BELLINGHAM MUSIC CLUB CONCERT

The recipients of the Bellingham Music Club's annual piano and voice competition will perform in a free concert at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 Texas St.

First place piano: Phoenix Youngman; second: Flannery Youngblood; third: Nick Swanson. The voice recipients are first place: Eleanor Kahn, a senior at Sehome High School; shared second place: Monica Burlingame, a senior at Ferndale High School and Christopher Nakatani, a junior at Bellingham High School.

Details: 360-671-0252.

LEONARD GARRISON FLUTE RECITAL AND MASTER CLASS

Leonard Garrison, associate professor of flute at the University of Idaho, will present a free recital with pianist Kay Zavislak at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, at Western Washington University's Performing Arts Center. Contemporary works will be featured. Garrison presents a free master class, open to the public, at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Western's Performing Arts Center's room 16.

Details: 360-676-9521.

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