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Tweet the Plot: Giselle

In two acts, Giselle tells the story of unrequited love, remorse, and forgiveness. In 140 characters or less, we want YOU to find a creative way to tell the story of Giselle on Twitter. Have fun—your plot can be as broad or detailed as you’d like! Everyone who follows our guidelines and publishes a tweet by Monday, February 9 will […]
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Create Your Own Evening of Infinite Romance

Didn’t snag your Infinite Romance Gala tickets in time? Although the Gala performance is sold out, a limited number of After Party only tickets have been made available. To get us in the mood, SF Ballet’s wine and vodka partners have shared a few tips on how you can recreate the magic of Infinite Romance at […]
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From the Studio to the Stage with Gennadi Nedvigin

Born in Rostov, Russia, Gennadi Nedvigin trained at the Bolshoi School and danced with Le Jeune Ballet de France and Moscow Renaissance Ballet before joining San Francisco Ballet as a Soloist in 1997. He was promoted to Principal Dancer in 2000. Watch as he discusses what it entails to take the Grand Pas de Deux from the […]
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From the Studio to the Stage with Frances Chung

Originally from Vancouver, Canada, Frances Chung joined SF Ballet as a member of the Corps de Ballet in 2001. She was promoted to Soloist in 2005, and became a Principal in 2009. She has danced nearly every role in Artistic Director Helgi Tomasson’s uniquely San Francisco Nutcracker. Watch as she takes the challenging steps of the Grand Pas […]
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