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SAN FRANCISCO BALLET SCHOOL VIRTUAL FESTIVAL

SAN FRANCISCO BALLET SCHOOL VIRTUAL FESTIVAL

Celebrate the future of ballet together

JUNE 17—24, 2021

On Thursday, June 17, San Francisco Ballet School launches its first-ever Virtual Festival with a dinner and program. The festival program will feature class observations as well as three newly captured performances by the San Francisco Ballet School Trainees: two world premieres by SF Ballet School Faculty members – Future Paper by Dana Genshaft and Graces by Viktor Plotnikov, and the SF Ballet School premiere of Sir Frederick Ashton’s Pas de Quatre from Swan Lake. On Friday, June 18, free access to festival programming begins on the SF Ballet @ Home platform and is sponsored by Executive Producer level donors. Proceeds from the Virtual Festival will directly support the School’s scholarship and financial aid programs for students.

VIRTUAL FESTIVAL PROGRAM AND DINNER

DATE | Thursday, June 17, 2021

TIME | 6 PM Dinner at your virtual table

7 PM Event program

EVENT CHAIR | Carrie Kaufman

Tickets to the June 17 virtual event include a customized experience for guests, featuring an engaging and entertaining program and private virtual tables with exclusive meet-and-greet opportunities with SF Ballet School students and SF Ballet School alumni. Guests will enjoy gourmet, home-delivered dinners from McCalls Catering, wine, and gifts. Please purchase your virtual table or tickets by June 2, 2021, to ensure you and your guests receive all event benefits. Payment for your table or tickets is requested by June 2, 2021. We are unable to refund purchases after April 30, 2021.

TABLE OF 10 AT PRIVATE VIRTUAL TABLE • $25,000 ($23,750 tax-deductible)

INDIVIDUAL TICKET AT COMMUNAL VIRTUAL TABLE • $2,500 ($2,375 tax-deductible)

INDIVIDUAL TICKET (VIEW ONLY) • $2,500 ($2,500 tax-deductible)

TABLE OF 10 AT PRIVATE VIRTUAL TABLE • $10,000 ($8,750 tax-deductible)

INDIVIDUAL TICKET AT COMMUNAL VIRTUAL TABLE • $1,000 ($875 tax-deductible)

INDIVIDUAL TICKET (VIEW ONLY) • $1,000 ($1,000 tax-deductible)

TABLE OF 10 AT PRIVATE VIRTUAL TABLE • $5,000 ($4,000 tax-deductible)

INDIVIDUAL TICKET AT COMMUNAL VIRTUAL TABLE • $500 ($400 tax-deductible)

INDIVIDUAL TICKET (VIEW ONLY) • $500 ($400 tax-deductible)

INDIVIDUAL TICKET • $200 ($100 tax-deductible)

For youth ages 17 and under.

Download the Order Form

Download the Invitation

PURCHASE DINNER TICKETS

For questions, contact Emma Lundberg at elundberg@sfballet.org or 415-865-6629.

VIRTUAL FESTIVAL ON SF BALLET @ HOME

DATE | Friday, June 18—Thursday, June 24, 2021

TICKETS | Access is free; a $29 donation is suggested

REGISTER FOR ACCESS

For questions about SF Ballet @ Home access, contact Ticket Services at tickets@sfballet.org or 415-865-2000.

FUND-A-NEED CONTRIBUTION

Due to the unique circumstances around this year’s event, we are encouraging guests to make their gifts to Fund-A-Need in advance of June 17. All donors giving $500 or more to Fund-A-Need by May 19 will receive verbal recognition of their support during the event. All Fund-A-Need gifts will count toward your SF Ballet annual giving Membership and benefits.

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sponsors

Dodge & Cox KPMG

Wine Sponsor

Ernest Vineyards

SPECIAL THANKS

McCalls Catering & Events Socio Vimeo Zoom

Please note that dinner delivery is only available to residences in the San Francisco Bay Area: Delivery Locations: Alameda, Atherton, Belvedere, Berkeley, Brisbane, Burlingame, Corte Madera, Daly City, Danville, Hillsborough, Kentfield, Lafayette, Larkspur, Los Altos, Menlo Park, Mill Valley, Moraga, Mountain View, Napa, Oakland, Orinda, Palo Alto, Piedmont, Pleasanton, Portola Valley, Redwood City, San Carlos, San Francisco, San Mateo, San Rafael, Sausalito, Sonoma, Tiburon, Walnut Creek, and Woodside.

If you don’t see your preferred delivery city in this list, please reach out to see if accommodations can be made.

All performances featured in the Virtual Festival program were captured under strict safety protocols in compliance with the San Francisco Department of Public Health guidelines, which protect artists, production crews, and the greater public.