New Moves returns this season with a twist: all original works filmed in beautifully iconic Kansas City locations. Each free 20-minute episode includes bonus features including interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and more. Click here for full list of episodes.
Watch the full episode of Price Suddarth‘s CHAPTER ONE:7.10 on this page (scroll down) from Thursday, May 6 through August 22.
About KC Ballet’s New Moves: Episode 11
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Meet Choreographer Price Suddarth
Price Suddarth is an American Choreographer/ Dancer currently based out of Seattle. He began his dance education first with the Central Indiana Dance Ensemble (2005-2007), followed by the School of American Ballet (2007-2009), and finally on scholarship with the Pacific Northwest Ballet School (2009-2010) where, upon graduation, he received a contract with the Pacific Northwest Ballet. In 2018, Mr. Suddarth was promoted to the rank of Soloist with the company. In 2011, he was nominated for a Princess Grace Award in dance, and in 2012, he was chosen as one of Dance Magazines Top 25 to watch. Since joining the company, Mr. Suddarth has originated leading roles in works by choreographers such as Marco Goecke, Victor Quijada, and Twyla Tharp. His choreographic career began at the School of American Ballet’s student choreographic workshop in 2007. From there he has worked with regional companies in various parts of the country. He also has participated in the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015 Next Step performances (formerly the Choreographers Showcase). In 2012, Mr. Suddarth was commissioned to create a ballet for the PNB School’s Annual School Performance. In November 2015, Pacific Northwest Ballet premiered Signature, the company’s first original work by Mr. Suddarth. And, in June 2016, the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet premiered their first work by Mr. Suddarth, limit[LESS]. He was invited to participate in the 2016 Fall session of the New York Choreographic Institute. Also, in 2016 he created one of the first works made solely for Virtual Reality through a partnership between PNB and pioneering VR software company PIXVANA. In August 2017, Mr. Suddarth created a site specific premiere with the dancers of Seattle’s TheYC for PNB and The Seattle Art Museum’s sculptured dance. He was asked to present his works at the 2012 Regional Dance America Gala, the 2014 Chop Shop: Bodies Of Work Contemporary Dance Festival, and the 2015 Seattle International Dance Festival. In 2019, Mr. Suddarth premiered new works on Kansas City Ballet as well as Tulsa Ballet.
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The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) is the labor union that represents artists from numerous disciplines that create America’s operatic, dance, and choral heritage.
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