Monthly Archives: September 2014

SF Ballet: What to Watch for on World Ballet Day Live


Starting at 11am on Wednesday, October 1, our four-hour World Ballet Day live-stream  begins as any other day at SF Ballet does: with full Company class, today taught by Ballet Master Felipe Diaz. After class, the Company will rehearse several sections of Tomasson and Possokhov’s Don Quixote: Principal Dancer Maria Kochetkova will rehearse the role […]

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Join Us for World Ballet Day


After 11 years living and working in Portland, Oregon, I am incredibly happy to be returning to the company and city I love. Having spent eighteen formative years with SFB and enjoying a richer more exciting dancing career than I had ever imagined, its particularly satisfying to be back working with Helgi, the only boss […]

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Heading to Broadway!


I am excited to announce that I am joining the original cast of Christopher Wheeldon’s Broadway debut of “An American in Paris.” I’ve dreamed of being on Broadway since I was a little girl and that dream is finally coming to life. Growing up in Lake Tahoe, I took every dance class offered and I […]

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A Look Back: Val Caniparoli’s Lambarena (Part 1)


I was first approached by Helgi Tomaason in early 1994 to create a new commission for San Francisco Ballet for the 1994/1995 Season.  It was then that I started my search for music, concepts and ideas for a new work.  Dan McGarry, who at that time was on staff with San Francisco Ballet and a […]

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