Category Archives: Behind the Scenes

The San Francisco Ballet Blog has moved

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The San Francisco Ballet Blog has moved has moved. We’ve transferred most of the posts from this website to a new section on our website called EXPLORE. There, we’ll continue to share interviews, insights, and history about our extraordinary art form. You’ll also be able to listen to podcasts and watch videos about the Company, our artists, and the […]

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Dancers as Athletes

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 Lisa Giannone is the founder and owner of Active Care, a physical therapy and sports rehabilitation clinic located in San Francisco. Giannone is a physical therapist and biomechanical specialist with a particular focus on sports rehabilitation and training. She is a member of the SF Ballet Health and Wellness teamed headed by supervising physician, Dr. Richard Gibbs, and […]

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SF Ballet’s 2016 Fantasy Olympics

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As we eagerly anticipate the 2016 Olympics in Rio, we couldn’t help but compare the athleticism of the Olympians and their sports with our very own SF Ballet dancers. Here’s how our Company artists might stack up if we held our own Fantasy Olympics: We certainly have gymnastics covered. Jerome Robbins’ Glass Pieces has our men ready for sprinting. 

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Anticipating the 2017 Repertory Season

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We can’t believe it’s already July! Here at SF Ballet, our Company members are back in the studio and hard at work already preparing for the 2017 Season. With a number of new world premieres and fan favorites, we have a long list of must-see works for the coming season. To find out what ballets our dancers are […]

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