Monthly Archives: June 2010

Coppélia Opens!


As you may know, SF Ballet is presenting the Company premiere of Balanchine and Danilova’s Coppélia, next season–a co-production with Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB). Earlier this month, I traveled with our Master Carpenter Nick Bracisco to Seattle before PNB’s premiere on June 3, to see how the production was coming together. It’s enormously helpful to […]

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Yuan Yuan Tan Honored by Distinguished International Organization


The Committee of 100, a non-profit organization that addresses issues affecting the Chinese American community, honored SF Ballet Principal Dancer Yuan Yuan Tan with an Excellence Award at its annual conference held in San Francisco this past spring.

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Celebrate an SF Institution


Don’t miss SF Ballet dancers Lorena Feijoo and Pascal Molat in the world premiere of The Tosca Project, presented by A.C.T.! Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

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2010 Performance Project: Lessons Learned


The Performance Project 2010 has finally come to a close, and it’s been an extraordinary journey. The students of Rosa Parks Elementary School were a challenge to work with in some respects (they had an incredible amount of energy), but their work exceeded my expectations in so many ways. When I began the project, I […]

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