Category Archives: Training

SF Ballet School Students On Stage with the Company

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Soldiers and Mice, Cupids and Shades, Snowflakes and Flowers—these are some of the roles danced by students of the San Francisco Ballet School in major productions with SF Ballet. The official school of SF Ballet, the country’s oldest classical academy, is a training ground for the Company—more than 50 percent of current SF Ballet dancers received […]

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There’s a place for your child in the San Francisco Ballet family!

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SF Ballet School’s Pre-Ballet Program offers a fun and unique introduction to classical ballet for boys and girls ages four to seven. The classes are beneficial in many ways, providing opportunities for self-expression, discipline, risk-taking, problem solving, and creativity. In addition, our students have the opportunity to learn classical ballet fundamentals while accompanied by live piano. One parent […]

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SF Ballet School Alumni Spotlight: Marisa Chang

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It was a pleasant surprise to receive an email from the SF Ballet School recently, reaching out to reconnect with alumni. Without hesitation, I replied back not really knowing what to say other than to provide my contact information. Memories quickly flooded in, taking me back to when I was a student at the School. […]

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SF Ballet School Faculty Spotlight: Monique Loudiéres

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Monique Loudiéres, former etoile with Paris Opéra Ballet and artistic director of l’Ecole Supérieure de Danse de Cannes, is a much sought-after guest teacher around the world. She recently taught for two weeks at SF Ballet School, focusing on technique and repertoire classes for Level 4-8 women and Level 7-8 men. In between classes, School […]

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