Present Perspectives will be part of SF Ballet’s 2020 Season, with performances March 26-April 5. By Jennie Scholick, PhD What […]
Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Lesley Rausch and Benjamin Griffiths with company dancers in Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Choreography © The George Balanchine Trust // © Angela Sterling
Join SF Ballet’s Jennie Scholick for a surprise summer season preview. Learn what SF Ballet’s up to this summer and […]
Preview the three story ballet's of San Francisco Ballet's 2020 Season.
Nathaniel Remez, corps de ballet, discusses his life and career with Senior Manager, Individual Giving, Ari Lipsky, with a special […]
SF Ballet Artistic Administrator Amelia Bear interviews Corps de Ballet dancer Madison Keesler. Amelia and Madison cover the recent announcement […]
Arthur Pita’s Björk Ballet made a splash last year with spectacular props, Marco Morante-designed costumes, and music by Icelandic singer-songwriter Björk. Join […]
Scenic and Lighting Designer David Finn discusses his life and career along with his recent work for SF Ballet, Die Toteninsel. He […]
When you think ballet music, you probably think Russian. Tchaikovsky, Glazunov, Stravinsky, Prokofiev: much of the greatest ballet music of […]
Reserve tickets What is it? Ballet is an art form without words. Usually. But in Lyric Voices, three choreographers—Trey McIntyre, […]
All you need to know about San Francisco Ballet's Program 06 Space Between.
Soloist Julia Rowe chats with Caitlin Sims about her training with Marcia Dale Weary at Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, her […]
Royal Ballet Principal Dancer Yasmine Naghdi chats with Jennie Scholick about her career, the role of Princess Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty, […]
Join Jennie Scholick, PhD for a quick overview of The Sleeping Beauty‘s creation, story, and choreography. Learn what to look and listen […]
Lise Lander, Artistic Advisor, and Johnny Eliasen, Répétituer describe the ballet, Etudes, recounting its history and discussing the difficulties it presents. […]
Which came first: the ballet or the score?