SF Ballet’s Nutcracker is known for the sheer amount of snow that falls during the Snow Scene—the final moments are a legitimate […]
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, […]
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. Part one of our two-part series, “Summer with SF Ballet,” […]
San Franciso Ballet School holds its first-ever auditions in Mexico as part of Despertares Impulsa and awards 12 scholarships.
Misa Kuranaga joins San Francisco Ballet as a principal dancer this summer. Born and raised in Osaka, Japan, Kuranaga has […]
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 […]
A tech-influenced ballet for a tech-obsessed city, Bound To© by Christopher Wheeldon explores what we’re missing by being glued to […]
Which came first: the ballet or the score?
SF Ballet School administrators crisscross the country holding auditions for the School's summer and year-round programs.
Principal Dancer Joseph Walsh chats about his career, Don Quixote, and other upcoming 2019 ballets, including several Unbound works.
Principal Dancer Sasha De Sola engages in a lively discussion about her classical roles, contrasting her preparation for dancing more contemporary parts.