Counting down the 75 days until the 75th anniversary of San Francisco Ballet's Nutcracker.
An interview with SF Ballet incoming executive director Kelly Tweeddale.
By Hannah Young After decades of use, it’s time to replace our Opera House piano—can you help SF Ballet raise […]
DanceFAR, a performance and after party organized by Steven Morse to benefit the International Rescue Committee and Gugulethu Ballet Project, […]
San Franciso Ballet School holds its first-ever auditions in Mexico as part of Despertares Impulsa and awards 12 scholarships.
There may be no fairy godmother, but you won't miss her a bit in Wheeldon's Cinderella.
Tomasson’s Romeo & Juliet will be performed on tour at the Royal Danish Opera House in Copenhagen from October 30 […]
Yuri Possokhov’s Classical Symphony is part of SF Ballet’s 2020 Season. It will be performed as part of Program 06, […]
Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella* will be part of SF Ballet’s 2020 Season, with performances Jan 21–Feb 2. ACT I SCENE 1: GARDEN […]
Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella* will be part of SF Ballet’s 2020 Season, with performances Jan 21–Feb 2. By Jennie Scholick, PhD What […]
Discover how Tomasson's 7 for Eight came to life.
In today’s contemporary-ballet–minded world, a choreographer who unabashedly defends classicism is rare.
Etudes takes dancers’ prosaic daily ritual—ballet class—and transforms it for the stage.
"Don't do what you know. Do something beyond. Unbound."
Elegant precision becomes passionate abandon over the course of one tempestuous evening in Benjamin Millepied's Appassionata.
All about Edwaard Liang's The Infinite Ocean, which is part of San Francisco Ballet's 2020 Season, from Program Notes to a choreographer video to a Spotify playlist.