DANIEL PELZIG, (Choreographer) whose work includes theater, opera, and ballet, choreographed the American premiere of Privates on Parade (awarded Best Foreign Play by the New York Drama Critics Circle) at the Roundabout Theater, Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior at Los Angeles’ Ahmanson Theater, and such works as My Fair Lady, West Side Story, Candide, The Mikado, HMS Pinafore, and A Little Night Music for theaters throughout the U.S. He is currently working on a new musical, New Yorkers, at the Manhattan Theater Club. From 1995-99 he served as Resident Choreographer and Associate Artist for Boston Ballet, and he has created ballets for Joffrey II Dancers and the Juilliard Dance Ensemble, among others. This fall, for Boston Ballet, he will collaborate with Yo-Yo Ma on a new ballet set to Barber’s Cello Concerto. He has been resident choreographer for the Santa Fe Opera, and for Los Angeles Opera he choreographed Samson and Dalila, and will create the dances for Aida this fall. At the Scottish Opera he choreographed the European premiere of Blitzstein’s Regina, which was conducted by John Mauceri. Pelzig’s directorial credits include Countess Maritza at the Santa Fe Opera and Handel’s Semele for Boston’s Handel & Haydn Society.