Tag Archives: San Francisco Ballet

“Every Second Onstage is a Gift”

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It’s hard to believe that this is the end of my eleventh season at SFB. In some respects, it feels like I have been here in San Francisco all my life.  Warming up at the heaters backstage at the Opera house, stretching in Christensen studio, reading the rehearsal schedule for the hundredth time in the […]
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On Stage Now: Francesca da Rimini

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    “The story of Francesca da Rimini, immortalized in Dante Alighieri’s epic poem The Divine Comedy, has a long and varied pedigree in the art world.”
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Back in the USA

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  I am thrilled to be back home in the USA after dancing the past year in France – and to join the San Francisco Ballet is a dream come true. The company and the dancers are amazing. In the short time I have been here we have worked with Christopher Wheeldon, Yuri Possokhov, and […]
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New Company, New City!

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I first saw San Francisco Ballet in 2005, when I was taking class with the Company while visiting San Francisco from my native Australia. I remember being so inspired by such a strong and exciting group of dancers. Seven years later, I’ve never felt more excited, motivated, and amazed than when I took my first class […]
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