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 […]
Throughout the month of January, San Francisco Ballet School staff round up snow gear, stacks and stacks of numbered paper, […]
During my very first interactions with San Francisco Ballet in the 1980s, I remember thinking two things: that the artists […]
What Is It? The first collaboration between the father of classical ballet, Marius Petipa, and famed composer Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, […]
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 […]