Reserve Now What is it? The New York Times calls it a “a fascinating, thrilling, bewilderingly ambiguous evocation of life in […]
Reserve Now What is it? Watching John Neumeier’s The Little Mermaid is like stepping into another world, or an alternate […]
Program notes for Die Toteninsel, a world premiere ballet by Liam Scarlett set to Rachmaninoff.
Arthur Pita talks about creating Björk Ballet for San Francisco Ballet.
By Cheryl A. Ossola The curtain rises on Christopher Wheeldon’s new ballet, Bound To©, to reveal the dancers mesmerized by their cellphones. […]
Program Notes for John Neumeier's The Little Mermaid
Can you describe the score you’ve created for this ballet? Daria Novo: I took original Handel music and integrated it […]
Program notes for Trey McIntyre's Your Flesh Shall Be A Great Poem, created for the Unbound festival.
A tech-influenced ballet for a tech-obsessed city, Bound To© by Christopher Wheeldon explores what we’re missing by being glued to […]
An explanation of the different character of John Neumeier's The Little Mermaid
Program notes on Yuri Possokhov's new ballet "...two united in a single soul..."
Choreographer Trey McIntyre talks about creating his ballet Your Flesh Shall Be a Great Poem—and how a lunar eclipse affected his […]
A synopsis of John Neumeier's ballet The Little Mermaid.
Reserve tickets What is it? Ballet is an art form without words. Usually. But in Lyric Voices, three choreographers—Trey McIntyre, […]
In the 1930s and 40s, choreographers were interested in finding ways to show American life on the ballet stage. Think: […]
All you need to know about San Francisco Ballet's Program 06 Space Between.