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This year's Spring Festival includes works choreographed by SF Ballet School's advanced students.
Permeating these ballets are the most fundamental human emotions: love, euphoria, grief, despair, fear.
Arthur Pita’s Björk Ballet made a splash last year with spectacular props, Marco Morante-designed costumes, and music by Icelandic singer-songwriter Björk. Join […]
Hans Christian Andersen’s stories have been the basis of many ballets—George Balanchine’s The Steadfast Tin Soldier, Bronislava Nijinska’s The Ice […]
When you think Russian ballet music, you don't often think of Dmitri Shostakovich.
Marc Brew discusses creating a new work, quicksilver, on the San Francisco Ballet School Trainees.
Composer Lera Auerbach on how a theremin illustrates the mermaid's voice in her score for John Neumeier's The Little Mermaid.
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Made up of three distinct ballets, this trilogy shows a master at work.
High drama. Intense theatricality. Heartrending romance.
"What lies beyond this life" asks Liam Scarlett in the world premiere ballet Die Toteninsel.
What happens to us when we're tucked behind our screens?
The Little Mermaid reveals the depths of Neumeier's imagination and demands the height of artistry.
Peek inside the Russian composer, arranger, and orchestrator's process.
How his grandfather and the solar eclipse inspired Trey McIntyre's Your Flesh Shall Be A Great Poem.