Monthly Archives: February 2012

SF Ballet School News

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The San Francisco Ballet School congratulates Robert (Max) Cauthorn who has been awarded a Dizzy Feet Foundation scholarship for the 2011-12 academic year.  Robert is one of only seven students to receive a DFF scholarship this year.  Dizzy Feet awards scholarships on an annual basis to especially talented students studying dance at accredited or nationally […]

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Who is Yuri Possokhov?

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Known for his dramatic choreography, technically sharp dancing, and great partnering skills, Ukranian-born Yuri Possokhov is currently the choreographer in residence for SF Ballet. After training at the Moscow Ballet School, he danced for 10 years with the world-famous Bolshoi Ballet and Royal Danish Ballet before moving to the U.S. He joined SF Ballet as a principal dancer in 1994. […]

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My First Children’s Book!

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Hi all! It’s been a while since I last checked in and a lot has happened. My first book in the children’s book series “Holly Dolly and Friends” has been copyrighted! My book, titled PINK!, which I wrote, designed, and illustrated, is available for viewing and downloading at www.hollydollyandfriends.shutterfly.com. Click on the “books” tab for my […]

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Choreographer Close-Up: Mark Morris

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Mark Morris is a major force in the world of dance!  As one of the world’s most acclaimed choreographers and artistic director of the Mark Morris Dance Group, he is returning to create his eighth commissioned work on SF Ballet. Opening on Valentine’s Day (Program 2), the world premiere of Beaux is an all-male ballet […]

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