Monthly Archives: February 2011

Support Arts Funding!


Like many of you, I’ve been following the recent news about proposed cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Yesterday, an amendment was approved by the House of Representatives that further reduces FY11 funding to the NEA by $20.6 million and this budget resolution moves to the Senate soon. Of course this development […]

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Ballet & Tequila?


My first event at SF Ballet is fast approaching! As the marketing and promotions associate, I handle all the marketing-related events, from the kid-friendly Nutcracker family performances to the Nite Out receptions for the LGBT community. And now coming up is Thursdays at the Ballet, a private reception for young professionals, with cocktails by Tres […]

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Ballerina in the Business World


The season is off and running here at SFB; we’ve checked Programs 1 & 2 off the list and have begun rehearsing Programs 3 & 4.  Usually, in anticipation of the performing season, I’ll have one or two “ballet nightmares,” many of us do in fact, and they always get a good laugh as we […]

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All in a Day’s Work: Woodcarving & Japanese


Hi Everyone! It’s been a while since I blogged and a lot has been going on in my life. I’ve been enjoying performing Giselle and Symphony in C, and preparing for Artifact Suite, Classical Symphony, and Nanna’s Lied. In my free time I’ve been learning to read and speak Japanese with the help of fellow […]

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