Join SF Ballet’s Jennie Scholick, PhD to learn all about Program 3: In Space and Time. This episode covers Helgi Tomasson’s […]
Artistic Director and Principal Choreographer, Helgi Tomasson reflects on his 34 years as Artistic Director and his commitment to serving […]
Watch a dance film inspired by Cathy Marston's Snowblind, itself based o the novel Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton.
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 […]
Join SF Ballet's Jennie Scholick, PhD to learn all about Program 2: Kaleidoscope.
Principal Dancer Joseph Walsh chats about his career, Don Quixote, and other upcoming 2019 ballets, including several Unbound works.
Principal Dancer Sasha De Sola engages in a lively discussion about her classical roles, contrasting her preparation for dancing more contemporary parts.
The hops on pointe in Giselle, the 32 fouetté turns in Swan Lake—classical ballets are riddled with moments that give […]
Join SF Ballet’s Music Director and Principal Conductor Martin West as he previews the music and ballets of the 2019 […]
Principal Dancer Mathilde Froustey discusses dancing Kitri in Don Quixote at San Francisco Ballet.
A look behind the scenes at San Francisco Ballet's Don Quixote
Insights into the Tomasson/Possokhov Don Quixote.
Synopsis of the Tomasson/Possokhov Don Quixote
What is it? This ballet is pure fun. Inspired by Cervantes’ famous (and very long) novel, the ballet Don Quixote […]
Classical ballets are populated with all kinds of mystical creatures: sylphs, wilis, nymphs, shades, driads. If it’s a female supernatural […]