Monthly Archives: November 2011

Send a child to the ballet this holiday season


Today may be ‘Cyber Monday’ for online shoppers, but on the SF Ballet website, your dollars could make a real difference for a child in the Bay Area – by giving the gift of Nutcracker. For almost twenty years, our dedicated Children’s Enchantment Fund has provided local under-served children and families the opportunity to see SF […]

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Behind the Scenes of Bella Notte!


The Opening Night Gala is the single largest event fundraiser for the San Francisco Ballet, contributing over $1 million to the Ballet’s bottom line each year.  Planning for Opening Night Gala starts about nine months in advance.  Most of that time is spent negotiating contracts, monitoring budgets, assessing needs, selling tables and tickets, managing the […]

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Underwater World


© Quinn Wharton Two weeks ago I was able to put together an underwater shoot of some of the dancers. I’ve been wanting to try this for a while and haven’t been able to get either time, a pool, or people all in one spot long enough to make it happen. I was finally able […]

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Trainees “Tour” to Gualala


One of the cool parts of the San Francisco Ballet School Trainee program is that we get to travel around the Bay Area to perform at high schools and colleges.  Recently, however, we travelled to Gualala on a mini-tour!  You may wonder, “Where is Gualala?” Sounds like the name of some tropical island, right?  In […]

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