Monthly Archives: March 2012

Prima Premieres at TriBeCa Film Festival!


Last year I had the opportunity to star in a short film called Prima where I portrayed a young ballerina who copes with the abrupt end to her promising dance career. Alone in a studio, she recalls a life that has already passed. It was my first experience working on camera and also choreographing. I […]

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Photo Album: Ed Liang’s Symphonic Dances


Choreographer Ed has chosen some of his favorite pics for this blog, from his recent world premiere Symphonic Dances – which he describes as “spiritual” and “abstract.”        

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Thoughts on Raymonda


Raymonda was first performed in 1898 in St. Petersburg, the center of Russian Imperial Ballet, at the blue and gold Mariinsky Theater with choreography by Marius Petipa and music by Alexander Glazunov.  The young George Balanchine, who as a student danced in the ballet, thought the choreography “superb,” the music beautiful, and the convoluted story […]

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Glamour and Beauty: Donna Karan Preview for SF Ballet


Even the cold drizzle of a week-long rain storm couldn’t put a damper on the fabulous fashion of last Tuesday night’s Donna Karan Preview, hosted by Saks Fifth Avenue.   The event launched the festivities for our San Francisco Ballet Auxiliary’s annual Fashion Show on May 18th, this year featuring iconic American designer Donna Karan. We […]

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