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Articles by Jaime Robles

Jaime Robles
Jaime Robles

The final program in San Francisco Ballet's wonderful Unbound festival

By , 28 April 2018
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SF Ballet's Unbound Festival continues with superb dancing

By , 26 April 2018
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San Francisco Ballet steps into a world of new dance

By , 22 April 2018
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Beauty and madness mingle in Nijinsky

By , 05 April 2018
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West Edge Opera’s Snapshots of the future

By , 26 February 2018
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With Borderline Company Wang Ramirez explores dance on the ground and in the air

By , 26 February 2018
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San Francisco Ballet’s dazzling “Bright Fast Cool Blue”

By , 15 February 2018
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Some of a thousand ... steps (Wendy Whelan & Brian Brooks)

By , 01 December 2017
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The bold and beautiful Joffrey Ballet

By , 19 November 2017
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Finding freedom with the Reggie Wilson/Fist and Heel Performance Group

By , 25 September 2017
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A storybook world of ballet

By , 13 August 2017
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‘DESH’: Akram Khan’s luscious journey home

By , 02 June 2017
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SF Ballet’s Program 7: Made to Dance

By , 09 April 2017
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Tapping the planet’s heart beat: Dorrance Dance and The Blues Project

By , 18 March 2017
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San Francisco Ballet’s Program 4 is a must see for Balanchine fans

By , 09 March 2017
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Frankenstein at San Francisco Ballet: Is traditional ballet enough?

By , 19 February 2017
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The revival of Available Light

By , 05 February 2017
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The sea is a subtle dance: Cullberg Ballet's collaboration with Deborah Hay

By , 23 October 2016
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Postcard from Los Angeles: extravagant, splendid, entertaining

By , 03 October 2016
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A fiery Layla and Majnun première by the Silk Road Ensemble and Mark Morris Dance Group

By , 02 October 2016
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