Category Archives: Style

The San Francisco Ballet Blog has moved


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 […]

Also posted in A Dancer's Life, About Us, Artists, Becoming a Dancer, Behind the Scenes, Casting, Choreography, History, Music, Nutcracker, On Tour, SF Ballet School, Special Events, Stagecraft, Technique, Terminology, Training, Uncategorized, Vintage| Comments closed

The Road to Sensorium


I’m James Buckhouse, artist/impresario and your host for Sensorium. My dream is simple: to combine the visual and performing arts to create a total art. (Psssst—get your tickets here now).   This has been a big week. We finally figured out a way to get the large video sculpture built for the lobby. Wait until you […]

Also posted in Behind the Scenes, Special Events| Comments closed

Gala Tips From the Pros


It’s my favorite time of year! The beginning of the San Francisco Ballet Repertory Season kicks-off with one of the most exciting events of the season, the Opening Night Gala.  On January 22, 2015 we will celebrate with thousands of beautiful ballet lovers who will arrive at the War Memorial Opera House dressed to impress in Red […]

Also posted in Special Events| Leave a comment

Share Your Holiday Style!


‘Tis the season to don your festive attire and attend Nutcracker! Wherever you are in the world, we want to see you all dressed up for the holidays! Share a photo on Instagram of your family and friends dressed up and ready to attend a performance of  Nutcracker or just ready to celebrate the holiday season, […]

Also posted in Nutcracker| Leave a comment
  • Categories

  • Archived

  • Recent Posts

//google code goes here