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Maria Kochetkova & Joan Boada‎ will dance "Romeo & Juliet" and 'Voices of Spring' next week at the Kennedy Center!

Washington, D.C. Tour

November 13-18, 2012

San Francisco Ballet will perform at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., November 13-18, 2012. The week-long engagement will feature Helgi Tomasson's critically acclaimed Romeo & Juliet, and one mixed-bill program including Tomasson’s elegant Trio, SF Ballet Choreographer in Residence Yuri Possokhov’s thrilling RAkU, Sir Frederick Ashton's Voices of Spring, and Christopher Wheeldon’s breathtaking Number Nine. The Company’s last engagement in Washington, D.C. was part of its 75th Anniversary American Tour in 2008.

Visit The Kennedy Center's website for tickets and information.

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Maria Kochetkova take a part in Gala "INTENSIO" in Tokyo Japan nov. 22-25

Daniil Simkin's Gala "INTENSIO" program

- U-port hall(Tokyo), Nov.22-25 2012

Choreography: Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

Music: Olafur Arnalds

Daniil Simkin (ABT)

The Leaves Are Fading

Choreography: Antony Tudor

Music: Antonín Dvořák

Julie Kent (ABT), Cory Stearns (ABT)

Tschaikovsky Pas de Deux

Choreography: George Balanchine

Music: Peter I.Tchaikovsky

Isabella Boylston (ABT), Joaquín De Luz(NYCB)

Grand Adagio from Swan Lake

Choreography: Lev Ivanov

Music: Peter I.Tchaikovsky

Irina Kolesnikova(St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre), Vladimir Shishov(Wiener Staatsballett)

La Dame aux camelias Act 3 Pas de Deux

Choreography: John Neumeier

Music: Frédéric Chopin

Julie Kent (ABT), Roberto Bolle(ABT,La Scala Theatre)

Le Corsaire Pas de Deux

Choreography: Marius Petipa

Music: Riccardo Drigo

Maria Kochetkova(SFB), Daniil Simkin (ABT)




La Pluie

Choreography: Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

Music: J.S. Bach

Isabella Boylston(ABT), Daniil Simkin(ABT)

Giselle Pas de Deux

Choreography: Jean Coralli, Jules Perrot

Music: Adolphe Adam

Maria Kochetkova(SFB), Joaquín De Luz(NYCB)

Cruel World

Choreography: James Kudelka

Music: Peter I.Tchaikovsky

Julie Kent(ABT), Cory Stearns(ABT)

Black Swan Pas de Deux from Swan Lake

Choreography: Marius Petipa

Music: Peter I.Tchaikovsky

Irina Kolesnikova(St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre), , Vladimir Shishov(Wiener Staatsballett)

Romeo and Juliet

Choreography: Sir Kenneth MacMillan

Music: Sergei Prokofiev

Miyako Yoshida(free,ex-the Royal ballet Principal), Roberto Bolle(ABT,La Scala Theatre)(

Les Bourgeois

Choreography: Ben Van Cauwenbergh

Music: Jacques Brel

Daniil Simkin (ABT)

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1 Girl, 4 Looks: Peep A Dance Superstar’s Quirky Closet!

By Angela Tafoya, Photographed by by Anna-Alexia Basile


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Allow us to boast for a moment: We've been beyond fortunate and met some of S.F.'s brightest style stars. And, there's no shortage in sight, as the eye candy just keeps rolling in. Case in point: S.F. Ballet's principal dancer, Maria Kochetkova, who recently showed us around the city's famed opera house — and her whimsical wardrobe.


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San Francisco Ballet`s Principals Maria Kochetkova and Taras Domitro star in Youth America Grand Prix's film BALLET'S GREATEST HITS at the Vogue Theater this Sunday!

Don't miss this rare opportunity to see our dancers on the big screen performing the Pas de Deux from Don Quixote in a Gala Performance—plus a Q&A with Taras and Maria afterwards!

Details: http://ow.ly/jzH2q

Trailer: http://youtu.be/jAAwHUEDHus

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SF Ballet in "Francesca Da Rimini"

Maria Kochetkova & Joan Boada in Yuri Possokhov's gripping Francesca da Rimini, set to Tchaikovsky's music and based on Dante's Inferno

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" Taking a red eye to NY after the show tonight to dance there on Thursday to come back to SF on Friday for the evening show of Francesca da Rimini "



Youth America Grand Prix’s 2013 “Stars of Today Meet the Stars of Tomorrow” Gala will take place on Thursday, April 18, 2013 at Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater.

Annually sold-out and highly acclaimed by critics worldwide, YAGP Galas featuring the world’s most promising young dance students and the stars of today’s leading international dance companies have been thrilling New York City audiences since the inception of YAGP in 1999. The unique format of the Gala, featuring the performances of international ballet stars and introducing the world’s brightest young dance talent quickly became an audience favorite and, according to the late Clive Barnes of The New York Post, “the highlight of the New York ballet season.”


Nina Ananiashvili (Tbilisi Z. Paliashvili Opera and Ballet State Theatre)

Tyler Angle (New York City Ballet)

Clifton Brown

Herman Cornejo (American Ballet Theatre)

Chase Finlay (New York City Ballet)

Dorothée Gilbert (Paris Opera Ballet)

Marcelo Gomes (American Ballet Theatre)

Osiel Gouneo (National Ballet of Cuba)

Maria Kochetkova (San Francisco Ballet)

Misa Kuranaga (Boston Ballet)

Lil Buck

Svetlana Lunkina (Bolshoi Ballet)

Teresa Reichlen (New York City Ballet)

Viengsay Valdes (National Ballet of Cuba)

Alejandro Virelles (YAGP Alumnus, Boston Ballet)

Lonnie Weeks (YAGP Alumnus, San Francisco Ballet)

And WORLD PREMIERES by Emery LeCrone and Marcelo Gomes, with an ORIGINAL SCORE by Karen LeFrak.

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I don't believe this interview with Masha has been linked to before:

Maria Kochetkova - Magic Doesn't Just Happen (she talks about her career and training over the years)

It's not often that we get to hear a dancer or choreographer talk for almost 15 minutes straight, so it's a really interesting interview.

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