The glamour quotient is high for a ballet company arriving in a foreign capital: scintillating repertory, elegant artists, and brilliant […]
By Pemberley Ann Olson I started at San Francisco Ballet School when I was six years old. I remember my […]
Principal Timpanist James Gott retires from the SF Ballet Orchestra at the end of the 2019 Season after more than […]
Head of Hair and Makeup Richard Battle retires from SF Ballet at the end of the 2019 Season. A beloved […]
SF Ballet in Ratmansky’s Shostakovich Trilogy // © Erik Tomasson A renowned and lauded choreographer, Alexei Ratmansky was born in […]
Principal double bassist Steve D’Amico, who retires from the SF Ballet Orchestra in May, is the last remaining founding member […]
Reserve Spring Festival Tickets On a rainy Monday afternoon, a panel of San Francisco Ballet luminaries sat expectantly in a […]
Reserve Tickets By Cheryl A. Ossola Often not particularly melodic, with rapid-fire shifts in tone and tempo, Dmitri Shostakovich’s music […]
San Francisco Ballet School Spring Festival will include works by Helgi Tomasson, Jiri Kylian, Marc Brew, and SF Ballet School choreographers.
Marc Brew discusses creating a new work, quicksilver, on the San Francisco Ballet School Trainees.
Program notes for Die Toteninsel, a world premiere ballet by Liam Scarlett set to Rachmaninoff.
Arthur Pita talks about creating Björk Ballet for San Francisco Ballet.
Program Notes for John Neumeier's The Little Mermaid
Can you describe the score you’ve created for this ballet? Daria Novo: I took original Handel music and integrated it […]
Program notes for Trey McIntyre's Your Flesh Shall Be A Great Poem, created for the Unbound festival.
A tech-influenced ballet for a tech-obsessed city, Bound To© by Christopher Wheeldon explores what we’re missing by being glued to […]