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21st Century Evolutions

21st Century Evolutions

21st century evolutions

Tomasson's 7 for Eight

The season's mixed repertory program opens with Helgi Tomasson's 7 for Eight from 2004, a series of elegant solo and ensemble numbers for eight dancers and set to portions of four of Bach's keyboard concertos. 7 for Eight includes black-on-black costume designs by Sandra Woodall and lighting designs by David Finn.

Thatcher's COLORFORMS

The stage debut of Myles Thatcher's COLORFORMS, a new work the choreographer began developing for the Company in spring 2020, which premiered as a dance fil in SF Ballet's 2021 Digital Season. Now, Thatcher's vibrant reflection on joy and connection set to Steve Reich's Variations for Vibes, Pianos, and Strings will come to life on the stage.

Forsythe's Blake Works I

Blake Works I is set to seven songs from James Blake's album The Colour in Anything. Forsythe—one of ballet's most innovative creators—crafts a living love letter to the artform with complex, kaleidoscopic movements that riff off the classic ballet vocabulary.

MAR 14–MAR 19

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7 for Eight

COMPOSER

Johann Sebastian Bach

CHOREOGRAPHER

Helgi Tomasson

COLORFORMS

COMPOSER

Steve Reich

Choreographer

Myles Thatcher

BLAKE WORKS I

COMPOSER

James Blake

Choreographer

William Forsythe

 

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7 for Eight

Costumer Design: Sandra Woodall
Lighting Design: David Finn

World Premiere: February 26, 2004—San Francisco Ballet, War Memorial Opera House; San Francisco, California

COLORFORMS

Costume Design: Susan Roemer
Lighting Design: Jim French

World Premiere–Film version: February 11, 2021—San Francisco Ballet
Premiere—Stage version: March 14, 2022, San Francisco Ballet, War Memorial Opera House; San Francisco, California

Blake Works I

Staged by: Ayman Harper
Costume Design: Dorothee Merg and William Forsythe
Lighting Design: Tanja Ruehl and William Forsythe

World Premiere: July 4, 2016—Paris Opera Ballet, Palais Garnier; Paris, France

San Francisco Ballet Premiere: February 3, 2022—War Memorial Opera House; San Francisco, California