Since signing with Curve two years ago, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet has increased its market share in the Vancouver arts market. I am constantly delighted with the excellent service and imaginative ideas coming out of the Curve office
Vancouver, BC (Vocus) August 28, 2009
Curve Communications, BC’s leading arts and culture communications firm, is delighted to be working with a number of the country’s foremost arts organizations, having recently signed an impressive number of premier Vancouver performances for the upcoming season.
"This is an exciting time for Curve as we have the privilege of showcasing a collection of highly anticipated works, comprised of several must-see Vancouver premieres," explains George Affleck, President and CEO of Curve Communications. "These productions provide the Curve team with an opportunity, once again, to get creative and deliver hard-hitting results for their clients, while showcasing their skill set across a broad spectrum of services coupled with their enthusiasm and passion for the arts."
Through innovative communications strategies, a sound understanding of the Vancouver marketplace, and the knowledge of what drives patrons to purchase tickets, Curve has successfully gained the reputation of one of the leading arts and culture marketers in the province. This notable reputation continues to attract a diverse mixture of companies to Curve for various communications needs.
"Since signing with Curve two years ago, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet has increased its market share in the Vancouver arts market. I am constantly delighted with the excellent service and imaginative ideas coming out of the Curve office," says Greg Klassen, Director of Marketing & Communications, The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. "I have recommended Curve to several other national arts organizations who are looking to improve their marketing efforts in Vancouver."
Curve’s current roster of arts and culture clients include:
The Chan Centre at UBC presents The Live Sessions, September 17, October 1 and 8, 2009; Manitoba Chamber Orchestra with Dame Evelyn Glennie, September 19, 2009; Bela Fleck, Zakir Hussain, & Edgar Meyer, October 24, 2009, at The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts
As one of North America's premier performing arts venues, the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts at UBC has enhanced its dynamic roster of artists with new and upcoming performances for the 2009 Season.
For more information, please visit http://www.chancentre.com.
Ballet British Columbia’s celebratory gala IGNITE, September 30, 2009, Playhouse Theatre
A special evening of new beginnings featuring mixed repertoire performed by artists from The National Ballet of Canada, as well as a new work choreographed by Ballet British Columbia Artistic Director Emily Molnar performed by Ballet BC dancers.
For more information, please visit http://www.balletbc.com.
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s Moulin Rouge – The Ballet, November 19 to 22, 2009, The Centre in Vancouver for the Performing Arts
Choreographed by Jorden Morris with music by a number of French composers including Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel, Jacques Offenbach, and Jules Massenet, Moulin Rouge – The Ballet is sure to amaze audiences with its opulent costumes, dramatic set design, and high-kicking Can-Can choreography.
For more information, please visit http://www.rwb.org.
In the spirit of the Moulin Rouge of Paris, Moulin Rouge® is a registered trademark of Moulin Rouge S.A.
The Goh Ballet presents The Nutcracker, December 17 to 20, 2009, The Centre in Vancouver for the Performing Arts
Set to live music performed by The Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra, local dancers will share the stage with Principal Dancers from The National Ballet of Canada, choreographed by the internationally-renowned Anna-Marie Holmes with the artistic coordination of Prima Ballerina Chan Hon Goh.
For more information, please visit http://www.gohballet.com.
Blackbird Theatre’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, December 27, 2009 to January 16, 2010, The Cultch
Edward Albee's challenging and viciously humorous portrait of a 20th century American marriage comes to life in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - audiences should bring the best of their wits and hearts to the events of the evening.
For more information, please visit http://www.blackbirdtheatre.ca.
Alberta Ballet presents Joni Mitchell's The Fiddle and The Drum, January 22 to 24, 2010,
Queen Elizabeth Theatre
In the winter of 2007, celebrated singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell and Alberta Ballet Artistic Director Jean Grand-Maître joined forces to create an exhilarating and emotional production blending Mitchell's music and art with Grand-Maître's choreography.
For more information, please visit http://www.albertaballet.com.
Sight Sound & Action presents Monkey King, February 1 to 28, 2010,
The Centre in Vancouver for the Performing Arts
Taking its inspiration from Journey to the West, Monkey King, the number one hit of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, will make it North American premiere with its international cast of 60 singers, dancers, musicians, acrobats and martial artists. This musical journey is guaranteed to delight and thrill audiences of all ages.
For more information, please visit http://www.centreinvancouver.com.
About Curve Communications
Curve Communications is a full service marketing communications agency that drives business improvement through an in-depth understanding of branding, marketing and media relations. Since 2000, the company has grown to specialize in a variety of sectors, including arts and culture, non-profit, and product industries. Clients include the BC and Yukon Community Newspaper Association, The Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Alberta Ballet, UNICEF, Whistler Brewing Company, and David Suzuki Foundation. Curve’s team includes a rich mix of former journalists and marketing professionals recruited to give Curve a distinct blend of highly individual talents and unrivalled media contacts.
For more information, or to receive a free consultation and proposal, please visit http://www.curvecommunications.com.
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