Monthly Archives: October 2011

Biking and Ballet


Over the next few months I’m really looking forward to finishing up Mark Morris’ world premiere and for the season I’m very excited to perform Onegin, which has the most amazing scenery and costumes. The peasant dance in Onegin is also my favorite peasant dance for full length ballets I’ve ever danced. I’m also excited to perform […]

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On Election Day: Remember the Arts!


As our city’s mayoral election approaches on November 8, I hope supporters of San Francisco Ballet and other local arts organizations will consider the candidates’ positions on arts-related issues when making their choices. As a result of the SF Mayoral Arts Forum this past August, formal statements on the arts from top candidates are available […]

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It’s All About Friendship


After a successful tour to Orange County, we were given a week off to unwind so most of us jumped at the chance to travel before the home season consumes our lives. For Frances Chung, Jaime Garcia Castilla, Dores Andre and myself, Cabo San Lucas was calling our name. We found a great deal and less than […]

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