Elana Altman in Tomasson/Possokhov's Don Quixote (copyright Erik Tomasson)
“It’s been such an honor growing up on this Opera House stage. It is never easy to say goodbye, but the time has come. Thank you to the amazing audience for all your years of support!”
-Elana Altman, SF Ballet Soloist
Up next, Elana is attending a Master’s program in Italy at the University of Gastronomic Sciences. SF Ballet wishes her all the best!
Thanks Elana for your body of work. There will never be another Firebird like you. Best Wishes & Good Luck!
I was overwhelmed by your beauty and talent when I had the pleasure of seeing you in Firebird. Ron and I wish you happiness and success in your culinary adventures.
All the best in your next career! We love you!
Congratulations on a glorious conclusion at SF Ballet and on what appear to be delicious plans for the next phrase. Watching you grow as a dancer, even in those early high school years, was a great honor and pleasure, and I hope somehow you will still be able to inspire young dancers. All best wishes for your next steps. Warmest regards, Bill
You provided so much pleasure in your first career, we wish you the same satisfying results in your future career. With love and admiration, Judy & Ezra and our family
I will miss your great dancing, Elana. Unforgettable as the leader in Artifact Suite, but very fine in every role. It’s sad to see how many fine dancers are leaving just now, especially you and Courtney.
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