SF Ballet School administrators crisscross the country holding auditions for the School's summer and year-round programs.
What is it? Three distinct takes on the classical idiom to three musical masterpieces. Who’s it for? Anyone who loves […]
What is it? A chance to see three very different takes on ballet: from modernist abstraction to narrative drama to […]
A look behind the scenes at San Francisco Ballet's Don Quixote
Don Quixote, a romantic comedy done ballet style.
Follow the journey of Don Quixote, Sancho, Kitri, and Basilio
Including an intro to its sassy heroine, Spanish setting, and of course, its donkey.
Classical ballets are populated with all kinds of mystical creatures: sylphs, wilis, nymphs, shades, driads. If it’s a female supernatural […]
One of the distinctive features of Don Quixote’s choreography is the “Kitri jump.” In this step, Kitri jumps into the […]
For the past three years, San Francisco Ballet has partnered with Autism Fun Bay Area to provide sensory-friendly ballet workshops for children and young […]
Season ticket holders are an integral—and essential—part of the SF Ballet family. What they love best about SF Ballet is […]
For many people, when they think about ballet, they think about story ballets: the big 19th-century classics like Swan Lake, […]
Travel, teaching, and dog cuddles.
In the Act I battle scene, the Stahlbaums’ fireplace (above, at right in the image) grows to 22 feet tall […]
Are you a Clara, a Fritz, or the King of the Mice?