Monthly Archives: December 2012

Ballet Wine – Limited Edition!


The idea of creating my own wine came to me when the Estonian community here in the US invited me to their annual Christmas party.  The head of an organization called LEP-ESTO 2013 asked me if I wanted to participate in an ESTO 2013 event.  This event will take place in San Francisco in the summer, and […]

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What does it mean to be Gala Chair?


It is an honor to chair SF Ballet’s Opening Night Gala, I am enjoying the ride, and have made some wonderful friendships along the way.  The Reliable Source, a column run by The Washington Post,  recently asked the question: “The chairwoman of the gala! A title of such grand, obscure glamour— but what does it mean? And […]

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Family Dance Workshops at the de Young Museum


Our collaboration with the De Young Museum has come to its halfway point and we have had great turnout at all our partner events! These include: panel discussions with artists who’ve worked with Nureyev, a night of multidisciplinary performances and talks curated and directed by San Francisco Ballet principal dancer Tiit Helimets, costume workshops and […]

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SF Symphony’s Deck the Hall


With just a few days until opening night of Nutcracker, it’s truly starting to feel like the holiday season.  It’s a tradition for the Trainees to dance in the Deck The Hall performance at the SF Symphony. Last year, the Trainees danced the doll and bear dance, which was a definite favorite of all the […]

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