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Grand Rapids Ballet presents Eternal Desire

February 14-17, 2020
Peter Martin Wege Theatre

Eternal Desire, the second exciting collection of the season, is filled with passion and promise: Artistic Director James Sofranko’s Romeo & Juliet Pas de Deux; the triumphant return of Trey McIntyre’s Wild Sweet Love featuring the music of Queen, Roberta Flack, and The Partridge Family; and two world premieres from Sofranko and audience-favorite Danielle Rowe. The perfect Valentine’s Day weekend show!

Season subscriptions for the 2019-20 season are now available. Get yours today!

Eternal Desire Tickets

Single tickets for Eternal Desire and the 2019-20 season go on sale July 24, 2019. Season subscriptions are now available by calling 616.454.4771 x10.

Who is Danielle Rowe?

Born in Adelaide, Australia, Rowe trained at the Australian Ballet School before joining the Australian Ballet in 2001, where she danced for ten years as a Principal. In 2011, Danielle left Australia to join Houston Ballet and in 2012 moved again to join the prestigious Nederlands Dans Theater. Rowe has performed in a large variety of works and worked intimately with many acclaimed choreographers, notably Jiri Kylian, Mats Ek, Crystal Pite, Wayne McGregor, Paul Lightfoot, Sol Leon and Alexander Eckman.

In early 2015, Danielle made her choreographic debut with Margarie & Thomas for Nederlands Dans Theater’s SWITCH program. She then relocated to San Francisco later that year, where she continued her choreographic career. Her works include untitled with Garen Scribner for DanceFAR (2015), For Pixie for SFDanceworks (2016/17), for Berkeley Ballet Theater (2017), And Here We Are for Diablo Ballet (2018) and Adam’s Key for Grand Rapids Ballet (2018).