4 Ways We’re Active During Shelter in Place
Being at home can’t stop us from sharing the joy of dance.
Even though we are not together, our work continues thanks to the support of our community. We are discovering new ways to create and share our work, educate generations of artists, train together in company class, and continue to pay our employees as they work safely from home.
1. We’re far apart, but we’re still making art accessible.
2. Not even closed studios can stop our students from learning.
3. Our dancers are training more creatively than ever.
4. In the face of adversity, our workforce is still committed to service.
Learn more about how you can be a part of making an impact with SF Ballet.
Header Image: San Francisco Ballet rehearsing Ratmansky’s The Seasons // © Erik Tomasson
Post Images: San Francisco Ballet backstage during a performance of Tomasson's Swan Lake // © Erik Tomasson; San Francisco Ballet School Students during the 2018 community scholarship program class presentation // © Erik Tomasson; Opening night of the 75th Anniversary Celebration of Nutcracker // © Nikki Ritcher Photography; SF Ballet School Faculty member Pascal Molat and Lisa Giannone teach the upper levels a conditioning class on Zoom // © San Francisco Ballet