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What It's About and What to Look For
Classical and Contemporary. Comedy and Tragedy. Mindful and Magical. Audience and Artist.
Meet the composer behind three of the most iconic ballets in the world.
We thought your Clara paper doll might be feeling a little lonely without her Prince, so here he is! When […]
Everyone has a favorite snack or drink that gets them in the festive spirit.
Late night inspiration: How Dinner with Balanchine & Danilova led to Willam Christensen creating America’s First Nutcracker
Although the Nutcracker is more than 100 years old, the American holiday tradition of Nutcracker performances started here in San […]
This week, San Francisco Ballet School Trainees take three world premieres to Idaho’s heartland: Dana Genshaft’s Heliotrope, Karen Gabay’s Amour […]
WanTing Zhao joined the Company in 2011 and made a splash as the Mermaid in Neumeier’s The Little Mermaid last […]
Three ballets specifically created for SF Ballet
A native of Rio de Janeiro, Daniel Deivison-Oliveira studied at SF Ballet School before joining the Company as a member […]
Meet Subscriber Jazz Tigan
Entrepreneur Jazz Tigan, a Principal-8 Series subscriber, sat down to discuss what fascinates him about ballet and why he subscribes. […]
Helgi Tomasson’s Romeo & Juliet will be part of SF Ballet’s 2020 Season, with performances May 1–10. By Jennie Scholick, PhD […]
Balanchine’s masterpiece, inspired by displays at New York City jeweler Van Cleef and Arpels.
Recently engaged couple Josh Elkes and Rachel Happ have a unique connection to SF Ballet—their first date was at an SF […]