School Trainees perform in City Hall

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Today San Francisco City Hall hosted our School Trainees for a packed-out lunchtime performance! Part of the Rotunda Dance series presented by Dancers’ Group and World Arts West, this performance saw the debut of corps de ballet dancer Myles Thatcher‘s new work Stone & Steel.

 

SFB School Trainees performing Myles Thatcher's 'Stone & Steel'

SFB School Trainees performing Myles Thatcher's 'Stone & Steel'

SFB School Trainees taking a bow!

 

About the Trainee Program:

Established in 2004, the San Francisco Ballet School Trainee Program is comprised of students ranging in age from 16-19 who hail from across the globe. Perspective Trainees are chosen from the School’s most advanced level by SF Ballet School Director Helgi Tomasson and Associate Director Patrick Armand.

The goal of this pre-professional program is to help ease the dancers’ transition from the studio classroom to the professional stage. Read more about the program here!

Trainee Isabella prepares for the performance

A group of Trainees backstage at City Hall

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One Comment

  1. avatar Patricia Manfredi
    Posted April 6, 2013 at 4:31 pm | Permalink

    Bello !!!

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