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HEALTH & SAFETY POLICIES

Updated 9/29: To attend a performance or event at the War Memorial Opera House, all patrons aged 12 and over must present proof of full vaccination status alongside a matching photo ID. Children under 12 years of age who are not yet eligible for vaccination must present a negative COVID-19 test result (either PCR or antigen test) taken within 48 hours of the start time of the performance they are attending. Masks are required for everyone at all times, regardless of vaccination status, while inside the War Memorial Opera House.

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SF BALLET DANCERS UNITED AGAINST RACISM

Dancers from the Company created this choreographic statement, advocating for a stop on hate.

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2022 SEASON

Join us back in the War Memorial Opera House for the 2022 Season, celebrating Helgi Tomasson's final season as Artistic Director & Principal Choreographer, with our commitment to the safety of our audiences and artists.

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DROP-IN CLASSES

Join us online and in person for adult ballet classes for all levels.

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SPECIAL EVENTS

San Francisco Ballet's special events have something for everyone, whether you're looking for a black-tie evening affair or a daytime family-friendly event. Proceeds from these fundraisers help support SF Ballet's artistic and education programs.

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BACKSTAGE WITH SAN FRANCISCO BALLET

Read about ballets, the people of San Francisco Ballet, and more Backstage.

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MORE FROM SAN FRANCISCO BALLET

YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO NUTCRACKER

The Quintessential Holiday Classic, SF Ballet Style

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THE STORY OF NUTCRACKER

One unforgettable, magical Christmas Eve journey

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WHO’S WHO IN NUTCRACKER

With Their Favorite Holiday Treats!

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HELGI TOMASSON’S 2004 NUTCRACKER

The Largest Production SF Ballet Has Ever Undertaken

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For 87 years, San Francisco Ballet has received and benefited from the many contributions of people of color.
Like many non-profits, we are taking a hard look at our organization, where we have fallen short, and what we must do to make deep, sustaining change.

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UNITED IN THE PURSUIT OF EQUITY AND JUSTICE

The guilty verdict of Derek Chauvin reminds all of us of the importance of equity in justice, regardless of what makes us different.


Read the full message from Sunnie Evers and Robert G. Shaw
Co-Chairs of San Francisco Ballet Board of Trustees

San Francisco Ballet joins others within the arts community in sharing the following resources and inviting you to become an advocate for stopping hate against the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community wherever and whenever it occurs in our community.

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