#SFBalletCreates

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  • Dance Class for People with Parkinson's

    San Francisco Ballet offers dance classes especially designed for people with Parkinson’s. Filled with expansive movement, ballet training offers individuals with Parkinson’s and their spouses, families, and caregivers the opportunity to be inspired by artistic expression. Watch a video about the...

  • Sequentia

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    From SF Ballet to New York City Ballet to American Ballet Theatre, Sequentia, the choreographic chain letter that started at the beginning of Shelter in Place, continues this month in the Pacific Northwest. See dancers from Pacific Northwest Ballet take on Seattle's marvelous cityscape, working a...

  • A Little Beauty

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    The Sleeping Beauty's garland dance is a rosy celebration, an effervescent kaleidoscope of optimism and grace. To recreate some of that magic in this challenging moment, 57 San Francisco Ballet Orchestra musicians recorded music with their phones, and 27 dancers from SF Ballet danced individual c...

  • Musicians' Insights

    11 videos

  • Distant, Yet Connected

    6 videos

    SF Ballet Orchestra musicians and dancers find ways to perform together even while apart. In this series of videos, see what happens when SF Ballet dancers take music that orchestra musicians send them and improvise a short performance.

  • What’s in My Bag: Joseph Walsh, Madison Keesler, and Bianca Teixeira

    Between Zoom meetings and apartment barre, three SF Ballet dancers—Principal Dancer Joseph Walsh, Soloist Madison Keesler, and Corps de Ballet member Bianca Teixeira—share the contents of their bags. Of course, there are pointe shoes, rollers, and sewing kits. But Oreos? You never know what makes...

  • What’s in My Bag: Woodwinds and Brass

    Ahh, the oboe: a delicate instrument with a reedy tone, responsible for the heartbreakingly sensitive solo in Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. On any given performance day, it’s presented from its case, played, and zipped back up until next time. Right?

    What’s in My Bag? is SF Ballet’s mini-series of vi...