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SF Ballet School Director Patrick Armand leading class.

CLASS WITH COMMUNITY

CLASS WITH COMMUNITY

CLASS with COMMUNITY

At SF Ballet, we are honored to work with a diverse group of community dance partners, both locally and around the world. Class with Community is a program designed for SF Ballet to share the joy of dance with the widest possible audiences while also striving to further our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. Each Class with Community will feature the voice, perspective, and mission of our new or long-term community partners on SF Ballet’s social media, as well as through open ballet classes taught by SF Ballet School faculty. While these classes are free, a $15 donation is suggested and 100% of your donation will go to the partner organization. During summer 2020, SF Ballet hosted a series of classes with long-term partner organizations the International Association of Blacks in Dance and the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco, and we look forward to hosting future classes with our new partner Heat Danceline and other partner organizations, to be announced. We can’t wait to see you in class this summer!

Class with Community featuring Heat Danceline x SF Ballet School

Virtual Open Ballet Classes on Saturday, August 8, 2020

9:00-10:15 AM (PDT) for advanced dancers ages 15 and up with Patrick Armand
10:30-11:45 AM (PDT) for intermediate dancers ages 11 and up with Anne-Sophie Rodriguez

Registration Details

While these classes are free, a $15 donation is suggested and 100% of your donation will go to Heat Danceline. Registration closes on Friday, August 7 at 1 PM (PDT). Registered participants will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom class link by 2 PM (PDT) on Friday, August 7. If you have not received the email by 3 PM (PDT), please check your spam/junk mail then reach out to classes@sfballet.org.

Register here for either class.

About Heat Danceline

Heat Danceline’s approach to dance is to provide phenomenal, well-rounded training in an environment that nurtures technique, commitment, determination, dedication, community, and self-awareness and confidence. They accomplish these goals by their instructors modeling these characteristics to both the dancers and families that are members of their program. Heat Danceline provides workshops and experiences for dancers that foster these values. Developing well-rounded and technically sound dancers is the goal.

Learn more

About Patrick Armand

Faculty bio here.

About Anne-Sophie Rodriguez

Faculty bio here.