Present Perspectives will be part of SF Ballet’s 2020 Season, with performances March 26-April 5. By Jennie Scholick, PhD What […]
On Christmas Eve 1944, the audience at San Francisco’s War Memorial Opera House experienced the American premiere of the complete Nutcracker. […]
Looking back at 75 years of Nutcracker program book covers as San Francisco Ballet celebrates the 75th anniversary of the first complete Nutcracker in the United States.
An interview with SF Ballet incoming executive director Kelly Tweeddale.
Classical (Re)Vision will be part of SF Ballet’s 2020 Season, with performances February 11-February 22. By Jennie Scholick, PhD What […]
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 […]
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 […]
George Balanchine’s 1967 evening-length masterpiece, inspired by displays at New York City jeweler Van Cleef and Arpels, is made up of three separate ballets—Emeralds, Rubies, and Diamonds. It both plays with those gemstones as inspiration, as well as explores ballet style in France, the United States, and Russia.
Recently engaged couple Josh Elkes and Rachel Happ have a unique connection to SF Ballet—their first date was at an SF […]
Meet Dancer Gabriela Gonzalez
A native of Mérida, Mexico, Gabriela Gonzalez joined SF Ballet’s corps de ballet in 2017. Her training began at Centro […]
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.
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