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  1. https://www.sfballet.org/discover/press-center/press-releases/release/san-francisco-ballet-announces-2021-repertory-season-leap-of-faith/ Video trailer here: Glad to see Cathy Marston's Mrs Robinson gets a definitive outing ... The programme of new works for 2023 also sounds exciting ... given the success of the Unbound Festival.
  2. San Francisco Ballet have up on YouTube their 2020 Opening Night Gala And Miami City Ballet have up on their YouTube site Twyla Tharp’s ballroom inspired Nine Sinatra Songs
  3. Not sure if it's been mentioned elsewhere but San Francisco Ballet are currently uploading a video each week - this week it's Anima Animus choreographed by David Dawson with music by Ezio Bosso - well worth watching, I think it's absolutely sublime (for me it was the highlight of their visit to London last year). https://www.sfballet.org/sf-ballet-home/ The ballet changes on Fridays (overnight UK time). The filming is superb (I think because the recordings are for the archives) - the camera only zooms in and out depending on how many dancers are on stage and
  4. The SF Ballet has just announced some company changes for next year, and amongst those joining and rejoining are Ulrik Birkkjaer, who joins as a Principal from the Royal Danish ballet, Madison Keesler from ENB and Solomon Golding from the RB, both to the corps de ballet. (so that's why Golding was helping Yanowsky to cut the Taglioni cake!)
  5. San Francisco Ballet's season of four mixed bills begins at Sadler's Wells tonight. All thoughts here, please. The bills are: 1. Ratmansky's Shostakovich Trilogy: "In a triptych of works, world renowned choreographer Alexei Ratmansky pays homage to Dmitri Shostakovich. Attracted by the theatricality of his music, Ratmansky has returned time and time again to the work of the Russian composer. The three works, Symphony #9, Chamber Symphony and Piano Concerto #1 reflect Shostakovich’s life and experiences in abstract form." 2. Liang / Marston / Pita: "In T
  6. Sadler's Wells Wednesday, May 29, 2019 – 7:30 pm Program A Shostakovich Trilogy Choreography: Alexei Ratmansky Music: Dmitri Shostakovich Conductor: Martin West Symphony #9 Jennifer Stahl, Aaron Robison Dores Andre, Joseph Walsh Wei Wang Chamber Symphony Ulrik Birkkjer Sasha De Sola Mathilde Froustey Yuan Yuan Tan Piano Concerto No. 1 Sofiane Sylve, Carlo Di Lanno Wona Park, Angelo Greco Learn More Buy Tickets Thursday, May 30, 2019 – 7:30 pm Program A Shostakovich Trilogy Choreography: Alexei Ratmansky Music: Dmitri Shost
  7. Just to note that Esteban Hernandez is a RBS grad and brother to Issac Hernandez of ENB fame and Madison Keesler was herself formerly with ENB. Look forward to seeing them at Sadler's Wells. Congratulations to all.
  8. Hello! Anyone else out there in the Washington, DC area who has seen San Francisco Ballet at The Kennedy Center? I reviewed the opening night performance and look forward to seeing the other three pieces on Friday evening. Would love to hear your feedback...is it as positive as mine?
  9. Sitting in Hamburg Airport I took the time to catch up on the much valued links section. In an Arts Desk review of San Francisco Ballet's Unbound Festival it stated: 'But when San Francisco Ballet makes one of its rare visits to London next year, .... ' Does anyone know when and where this will be? Any advice would be much appreciated
  10. Just catching up with the Links page, and it seems that a lot of change is afoot at SFB: http://www.sfchronicle.com/performance/article/Feijoo-taking-her-final-steps-at-SF-Ballet-11065862.php "Feijoo arrived here 18 years ago, and her retirement is yet another indication that the San Francisco Ballet is evolving rather dramatically these days. Consider that Vanessa Zahorian and husband Davit Karapetyan are also leaving this spring, while at least a half-dozen other principals and soloists, for various reasons, are rumored to be packing their bags. Last year’s retir
  11. https://www.sfballet.org/explore/articles/Unbound-D-Program-Notes As a huge Bjork fan, this is pretty much my dream project. Please, please bring it over here!
  12. https://www.sfballet.org/season/2019-season Includes a premiere by Scarlett.
  13. One of the Irish cinema chains is showing the Paris Opera Ballet's Balanchine/Millepied/Robbins evening live from Paris on 1st October so it clashes with the World Ballet Day livestream. Cinema details: http://moviesatdundrum.admit-one.eu/index.php?s=M-DUNDRUM&p=details&eventCode=20163 Performance Details: https://www.operadeparis.fr/en/season-15-16/ballet/balanchine-millepied-robbins Casting: https://www.operadeparis.fr/saison-15-16/ballet/balanchine-millepied-robbins/distribution It's also being shown in European cinemas (1 Oct.) and in US cinemas in January 2016.
  14. GLOBAL FIRST: FIVE WORLD-CLASS BALLET COMPANIES, ONE DAY OF LIVE STREAMING ON WEDNESDAY 1 OCTOBER www.roh.org.uk/worldballetday Australian Ballet | Bolshoi Ballet | The Royal Ballet | The National Ballet of Canada | San Francisco Ballet The first ever World Ballet Day will see an unprecedented collaboration between five of the world’s leading ballet companies. This online event will take place on Wednesday 1 October when each of the companies will stream live behind the scenes action from their rehearsal studios. Starting at the beginning of the dancers’ day, each of the five
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