Host Andi Yannone interviews Ballet Master Betsy Erickson and discusses how Cinderella is rehearsed and put together. In particular, they […]
Gong, chimes, woodblocks…. typewriter? In this special edition of To The Pointe, David Rosenthal, SF Ballet Orchestra’s Principal Percussionist, discusses […]
Join Associate Director of Audience Development, Jennie Scholick, PhD for an exploration of the ballets on Program 2: Classical (Re)Vision. […]
Members of the Production Staff discuss the demands of their positions as they “create the magic” of a fairy tale […]
Basil Twist, a puppeteer, defines that term broadly—as bringing inanimate objects to life. His genius (and he has the receipts, […]
Take a look behind the scenes with a unique view of Christopher Wheeldon's Cinderella, photographed by Erik Tomasson from the wings.
Follow two Nutcracker dancers from morning class to curtain call.
We sat down with Frances during a rare, quiet moment in the bustling studios of San Francisco Ballet and we’re […]
Recognizing Ballet Masters Betsy Erickson and Anita Paciotti as Christensen Society Honorees
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 […]
An interview with SF Ballet incoming executive director Kelly Tweeddale.
The power of dancing to live music
"Dance has the power to educate and inform and change people's lives."
A native of Rio de Janeiro, Daniel Deivison-Oliveira studied at SF Ballet School before joining the Company as a member […]
When dancers are in the off-season, they're not really off.