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MORE FROM SAN FRANCISCO BALLET

Meet the Artist: Principal Dancer Frances Chung

On coming back to the stage and Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella >>

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In the Wings of Wheeldon's Cinderella

Take a look behind the scenes with a unique view of Christopher Wheeldon's Cinderella. >>

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Meet Basil Twist

The MacArthur Genius who brings a magical tree to life in Cinderella >>

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The Price of Attending the Ball

Dress: $3000. Tiara: $150. The Ultimate Fairy Tale Transformation: Priceless. >>

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Meet the Artist: Helgi Tomasson and Joseph Walsh

Artistic Director and Principal Choreographer Helgi Tomasson and Principal Dancer Joseph Walsh discuss the role of Oberon in George Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream >>

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Meet the Artist: Principal Dancer Esteban Hernandez

On his childhood, career, and Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella >>

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Meet the Artist: Principal Dancer Misa Kuranaga

On her path to San Francisco Ballet and the role of Cinderella >>

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An Update from SF Ballet Leadership

A message from Artistic Director & Principal Choreographer Helgi Tomasson and Executive Director Kelly Tweeddale to the SF Ballet family >>

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Your Ultimate Guide to Ballet Accelerator

It's 21st-century ballet, full speed ahead. >>

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Your Ultimate Guide to Present Perspectives

See three of today's most innovative choreographers in one incredible experience. >>

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About Benjamin Millepied's Appassionata

Elegant precision becomes passionate abandon over one tempestuous evening in Appassionata. >>

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About Yuri Possokhov's Classical Symphony

A tribute to ballet training and an important ballet teacher >>

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Who is Benjamin Millepied?

Meet the choreographer behind Black Swan, Appassionata, and L.A. Dance Project. >>

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Meet the Artist: Betsy Erickson and Tina LeBlanc

Learn more about Sandpaper Ballet and the life and works of choreographer Mark Morris >>

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About Director's Choice

Experience a taste of classical and contemporary ballet >>

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Meet the Artist: Ballet Master Betsy Erickson

On putting together Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella >>

Podcast

About Trey McIntyre's The Big Hunger

"We all came to be in this place, at this moment, for a reason." >>

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About Stanton Welch's Bespoke

Discover a ballet all about loving ballet >>

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Who is Harald Lander?

Discover more about the choreographer behind Etudes. >>

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About Harald Lander's Etudes

Etudes takes dancers’ prosaic daily ritual—ballet class—and transforms it for the stage. >>

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Your Ultimate Guide to Dance Innovations

Light installations. Pink wigs. White tutus—Program 03 has everything. >>

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About Edwaard Liang's The Infinite Ocean

Read, watch, and hear the inspiration behind The Infinite Ocean >>

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Female Characters in 2020 Story Ballets

Get to know this season’s complex, compelling heroines and the women bringing them to life. >>

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Helgi Tomasson discusses SPELLBOUND's world premieres

SF Ballet's Artistic Director on the two new ballets at this year's gala >>

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Recognizing Betsy Erickson and Anita Paciotti

This year's Christensen Society Honorees >>

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Crossroads: Meet Subscriber Roxane

"Arts, culture, ballet—they enable people to discover something new about themselves" >>

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Preview SF Ballet's 2020 Season

Classical and Contemporary. Comedy and Tragedy. Mindful and Magical. Audience and Artist. >>

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Meet Gala Chair Patricia Dale Roberts

The interior designer at the helm of SF Ballet's 2020 gala, SPELLBOUND >>

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Crossroads: Meet Subscriber Jazz Tigan

"SF Ballet is my favorite sports team." >>

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Crossroads: Meet Dancer Gabriela Gonzalez

"Every day I learn something from watching my colleagues." >>

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Crossroads: Meet Subscriber Candice Ho

"Going to SF Ballet helps me engage with my general passion for movement."  >>

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Crossroads: Meet Dancer Benjamin Freemantle

"I think dance says what words can't." >>

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Meet Principal Dancer Misa Kuranaga

"Coming back to SF Ballet is coming back to where I started," says Kuranaga. >>

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