In today’s contemporary-ballet–minded world, a choreographer who unabashedly defends classicism is rare.
"Don't do what you know. Do something beyond. Unbound."
All about Edwaard Liang's The Infinite Ocean, which is part of San Francisco Ballet's 2020 Season, from Program Notes to a choreographer video to a Spotify playlist.
All about Stanton Welch's Bespoke: program notes, choreographer video, and Spotify playlist.
By Pemberley Ann Olson I started at San Francisco Ballet School when I was six years old. I remember my […]
Reserve Spring Festival Tickets On a rainy Monday afternoon, a panel of San Francisco Ballet luminaries sat expectantly in a […]
San Francisco Ballet School Spring Festival will include works by Helgi Tomasson, Jiri Kylian, Marc Brew, and SF Ballet School choreographers.
Marc Brew discusses creating a new work, quicksilver, on the San Francisco Ballet School Trainees.
"What lies beyond this life" asks Liam Scarlett in the world premiere ballet Die Toteninsel.
Arthur Pita talks about creating Björk Ballet for San Francisco Ballet.
How his grandfather and the solar eclipse inspired Trey McIntyre's Your Flesh Shall Be A Great Poem.
A tech-influenced ballet for a tech-obsessed city.
"I think, inside, all men have a side of Narcissus."
"What if this portal opened up and I had this one day to interact with my grandfather?"
Simple and clean, The Sleeping Beauty is the epitome of classical technique and style.
The story of Helgi Tomasson's The Sleeping Beauty for San Francisco Ballet.