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#1 pherank

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 12:20 PM

I received the folowing announcement from SF Ballet today, and it might be off interest to ballet-goers in the Bay Area:

[size=5]Go behind the scenes at SF Ballet with Ballet 101![/size]

Want to expand your knowledge of ballet and meet the artists of San Francisco Ballet? Join us for Ballet 101, an immersive, five-session experience that includes lectures, demonstrations and discussions with ballet scholars, ballet masters, Company dancers, and more. You’ll also enjoy behind the scenes tours of the SF Ballet rehearsal studios and the War Memorial Opera House, plus the exclusive opportunity to participate in a ballet technique class for beginners with Principal Dancer Rubén Martín Cintas.

Tuition is only $225, and space is extremely limited so don’t delay, register now!

Ballet 101 meets at 455 Franklin Street from 6-8pm except where noted below.

2013 dates:

January 7
January 14
January 28 5-7pm or 7:15-9:15pm
February 4
February 11

Register Now!

If you would like a more detailed description of the sessions contact Cecelia Beam, adult education coordinator, at cbeam@sfballet.org.


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