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SFB Classes & Events 2021 (digital season)


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New for 2021 -

You just saw an amazing show. Want to chat about it?

"Join SF Ballet’s Audience Engagement staff to chat about what you just saw. This isn’t an artist interview and it’s not an expert telling you what to think. It’s a chance to have a glass of wine, mingle with fellow ballet fans, and participate in an informal moderated conversation."

https://www.sfballet.org/productions/ballet-chat/

Dates:

    January 28: Midsummer Night’s Dream
    February 18: Program 2
    March 11: Program 3
    April 8: Jewels
    April 29: Program 5
    May 13: Romeo & Juliet
    May 27: Swan Lake

Time: 6:00–7:00 PM

Location:

Online via ZOOM

Cost:

    Zoom: General Admission $8
    Donors and subscribers get these programs for a reduced rate or for free!

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The Ballet Book Club is back:

"Ever wondered about the literature behind the ballets? Or wanted an excuse to delve a little deeper into everyone’s favorite story ballets? Join SF Ballet’s Audience Engagement team for a chance to do exactly that and take a deep dive into the literature behind the ballet."

https://www.sfballet.org/productions/ballet-book-club-2/

Date:

    January 26, 2021: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
    March 9, 2021: The Swimmer
    April 27, 2021: Mrs. Robinson / The Graduate
    May 11, 2021: Romeo & Juliet

Time: 6:00 PM

Location: Online via Zoom

Cost: General Admission: $15
Donors and subscribers get these programs for a reduced rate or for free!

Classes go off sale at 10 am the morning of the event and Zoom links will be sent shortly thereafter.

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Pointes of View lecture series

Schedule: Wednesday afternoons at 2 pm PST

Location: Online via Facebook and YouTube


January 27, Program 1

SF Ballet’s 2021 Season is unlike any that has come before. Join SF Ballet Artistic Director and Principal Choreographer Helgi Tomasson, Executive Director Kelly Tweeddale and choreographers Myles Thatcher and Danielle Rowe to hear how they pivoted to create this year’s digital season.

February 17, Program 2

SF Ballet’s 2021 Visiting Scholar, Nyama McCarthy-Brown, shares her research.

March 10, Program 3

SF Ballet’s 2020 Scholar-in-Residence Carrie Gaiser Casey, PhD gives insight into Alexei Ratmansky’s Symphony #9.

April 7, Jewels

George Balanchine’s Jewels is a study in contrasts: three composers, three styles, three moods. Company dancers discuss the details of Emeralds, Rubies, and Diamonds and what makes each section of this ballet distinct.

April 28, Program 5

Program 5 features three works created here in San Francisco. Join Company dancers who were part of the creation process for these three ballets to learn what it was like to work with Helgi Tomasson, Cathy Marston, and David Dawson in the studio.

May 12, Romeo & Juliet

What does it take to bring Helgi Tomasson’s Romeo & Juliet to life? Find out from Production Stage Manager Jane Green, Fight Director Martino Pistone, and Ballet Master and Principal Character Dancer Anita Paciotti as they discuss the various elements that must come together to create this production.

May 26, Swan Lake

Join Helgi Tomasson to learn about his iconic production of Swan Lake.


https://www.sfballet.org/calendar/pointes-of-view-lecture-series/

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