Episode 232: Katita Waldo

Ballet Master Katita Waldo, a dancer at San Francisco Ballet for 22 years (16 of them as a principal dancer), discusses Arthur Pita’s Salome, including her role as the chilling Herodias, the imaginative concept behind this dance-theater piece, and the work’s movement and staging. She also discusses her role as a ballet master in documenting and teaching ballets, touching on George Balanchine’s Stravinsky Violin Concerto.

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