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Stern Grove Festival, Sunday 7/31


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#1 sf_herminator

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Posted 01 August 2011 - 08:55 AM

San Francisco Ballet gave its annual performance at the Stern Grove Festival on Sunday 7/31. I'll post more later about the performance, but it was a wonderful afternoon. The first part of the performance were two pieces performed by former and current dancers in the trainee program. Hopefully other people can give their views.


Stern Grove Festival Matinee
Sunday, July 31, 2011, 2:00 PM

ANDANTE SOSTENUTO

Choreographer: J. Francisco Martinez
Composer: Franz Schubert
Conductor: Martin West
Piano: Natal'ya Feygina

Elizabeth Powell^ Francisco Mungamba
Lacey Escabar*
Trygve Cumpston*
Shion Yuasa^
Henry Sidford^

*SF Ballet School Trainee ^SF Ballet Company Apprentice

TIMEPIECE
Choreographer: Myles Thatcher

Lacey Escabar*, Ellen Rose Hummel^, Lauren Parrott*#, Shion Yuasa^, Sean Bennett^, Trygve Cumpston*, Francisco Mungamba, Alexander Reneff-Olson*, Henry Sidford^
*SF Ballet School Trainee ^SF Ballet Company Apprentice
# denotes premiere in work

INTERMISSION

7 FOR EIGHT
Choreographer: Helgi Tomasson
Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Conductor: Martin West
Piano: Michael McGraw

Maria Kochetkova, Ruben Martin Cintas
Vanessa Zahorian, Gennadi Nedvigin
Dores Andre, Elizabeth Miner, Joan Boada, Jaime Garcia Castilla

INTERMISSION

SYMPHONY IN C
Choreographer: George Balanchine
Composer: Georges Bizet
Conductor: Martin West

Lorena Feijoo, Vitor Luiz
Sofiane Sylve, Vito Mazzeo
Frances Chung, Isaac Hernandez
Nicole Chiapponi, Lonnie Weeks

* Denotes premiere in role.

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Posted 01 August 2011 - 01:23 PM

I went back and forth all morning about going – but slippery fog and the long streetcar trip out decided me against it. And "Symphony in C," the most artificial of ballets, in daylight, open to the full green of the nature, the green of golfcourses, "the smell of English lawns". But the casting looked great, with young dancers of the company ... look forward to any comments.


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