Author Archives: Ricardo Bustamante

Ratmansky: One of the Greats!

I’d compare Alexei Ratmansky to any historically significant choreographer—he reminds me of all the “greats.” He’s a choreographer with immense range, from creating abstract works to re-staging classics, and he’s unfailingly passionate about his work. Shostakovich Trilogy is a gift from a master at work, who was able to explore the depths of his favorite […]

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Working with Houston Ballet

Recently, I received an invitation from Houston Ballet Artistic Director Stanton Welch, to see if I would be interested in going to Houston during our October lay-off here at SF Ballet. The timing could not have been better, so I said yes. I had been Stanton’s ballet master for a ballet he created for us […]

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