Preview San Francisco Ballet's Nutcracker
Both photos: SF Ballet in Tomasson’s Nutcracker // © Erik Tomasson
In the Act I battle scene, the Stahlbaums’ fireplace (above, at right in the image) grows to 22 feet tall […]
What Is It? The quintessential holiday classic, Nutcracker is the first thing most people think about when they think about ballet. And with […]
Erik Tomasson has been San Francisco Ballet’s photographer since 2004. Through photographing multiple performances of Nutcracker each year, he has […]
Reserve Tickets By Cheryl Ossola David Dawson’s first commission for San Francisco Ballet, Anima Animus, is, as he puts it, […]
Elegant precision becomes passionate abandon over the course of one tempestuous evening in Benjamin Millepied's Appassionata.
Choreographers have long known that the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is great for dancing.
Give a choreographer music he has never heard and often inspiration follows.
Planned Giving Manager Allison Groves interviews Costume Supervisor Patti Fitzpatrick. Allison and Patti discuss the creation of ballet costumes, focusing […]