Monthly Archives: March 2009

Pic of the Week


  This week, the Company will “mambo” their way to the Opera House stage as Jets and Sharks in Jerome Robbin’s West Side Story Suite.  Program 6, which opens Fridays, also includes Christopher Wheeldon’s Within the Golden Hour and Balanchine’s Stravinsky Violin Concerto.  In this picture, Soloist Garen Scribner swings with his partner as part […]

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Bite your Tongue!


So this Friday the Company opens Robbins’ West Side Story Suite and I’ll be performing the role of Anita, which is also performed by Principal Dancers Lorena Feijoo and Katita Waldo. Luckily, since last year, there is definitely some muscle memory with the role and we know what to expect now; last year we were all […]

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From Sandpaper to Sweeney Todd


I’ve had a long break which has given my body a chance to rest; I wasn’t in Swan Lake and danced Sandpaper Ballet in Program 5, which was a blast. Now I’m very refreshed and eager to be working; we have started rehearsing Stravinsky Violin Concerto, Within the Golden Hour, and West Side Story Suite, […]

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Ballet Master Ricardo Bustamante has just written his first post for “City Brights”, a blog series by Bay Area luminaries hosted on Read it here! And stay tuned to Open Studio 455 for updates on new posts. Happy reading!

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