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Intérprete: San Francisco Ballet Orchestra

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San FranciscoProgram 6: Present Perspectives

Prokofiev, Beethoven, Glazunov
Yuri Possokhov; Benjamin Millepied; Alexei Ratmansky; San Francisco Ballet; San Francisco Ballet Orchestra

San FranciscoProgram 5: Ballet Accelerator

Bach, Unknown, Bosso
Helgi Tomasson; Cathy Marston; David Dawson; San Francisco Ballet; San Francisco Ballet Orchestra

San FranciscoProgram 7: Jewels

Various: Jewels
George Balanchine; San Francisco Ballet; San Francisco Ballet Orchestra

San FranciscoProgram 8: Romeo & Juliet

Prokofiev: Romeo y Julieta
Helgi Tomasson; San Francisco Ballet; San Francisco Ballet Orchestra
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Philosophy amid movement in San Francisco Ballet’s Dance Innovations

Dores André and Benjamin Freemantle in McIntyre's The Big Hunger © Erik Tomasson
The ballet culminates with fouettés, bravura leaps from the oversized ensemble and a rousing finish with all 44 dancers onstage. It was an exuberant end to an intelligent, satisfying production, both of thought and movement.

Visions of Classical (Re)Vision in San Francisco

Mathilde Froustey and Carlo Di Lanno in Welch's Bespoke © Erik Tomasson
“Your love affair with ballet, your time with ballet, is short,” explains Welsh about his ballet Bespoke, “Eventually you lay down, and dance keeps moving. It’s a bittersweet thing.”

San Francisco Ballet opens season with Wheeldon’s magical Cinderella

San Francisco Ballet in Wheeldon's Cinderella © Erik Tomasson
Wheeldon’s Cinderella is the kind of production that so enthralls, you immediately want to make plans to see it again.

San Francisco Ballet celebrates 75 years of Nutcracker

Mathilde Froustey and Luke Ingham in Tomasson's Nutcracker © Erik Tomasson
In Helgi Tomasson's production, Michael Yeargan’s scenic design and the late Martin Pakledinaz’ sumptuous costumes create a scene so charming, you just want to climb inside and stay in that world all evening and beyond.

Shostakovich Trilogy opens San Francisco Ballet residency

San Francisco Ballet in Ratmansky's Chamber Symphony © Erik Tomasson
A welcome return to London for America's oldest ballet company begins with a highly personal interpretation of Shostakovich in dance