Soloist Julia Rowe checks in from shelter-in-place. Julia Rowe discusses life during shelter-in-place. Among other things, she chats about what […]
Soloist Madison Keesler reflects on her career path and time at SF Ballet. Madison Keelser thoughtfully reflects on life as […]
Soloist Lonnie Weeks discusses the ballets on Programs 02 and 03. Soloist Lonnie Weeks speaks engagingly about his ballet beginnings […]
Choreographer Mark Morris has had a long relationship with San Francisco and San Francisco Ballet, having created more works for […]
Join Associate Director of Audience Development, Jennie Scholick, PhD for a deep dive into the three ballets on Program 3: […]
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. […]
Host Andi Yannone interviews Executive Director Kelly Tweeddale. They talk about her journey to SFB, her initial impressions of the […]
Members of the Production Staff discuss the demands of their positions as they “create the magic” of a fairy tale […]
Join Jennie Scholick, PhD for a quick overview of Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella©. Hear about the ballet’s creation, both in Soviet […]
In 1890, Tchaikovsky was riding the high of his opera The Queen of Spades when disaster struck: his longtime patron […]
Get into the spirit of Nutcracker with our Spotify playlist.
Join us for a deep dive into Nutcracker's history and story.
Adventures and misadventures. Mischief and magic. Woodland creatures and fairyland foibles.
Tomasson’s Romeo & Juliet will be performed on tour at the Royal Danish Opera House in Copenhagen from October 30 […]