Tag Archives: SF Ballet

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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Opening Night at Sadler’s Wells!

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Every time I travel I end up having horrible jet lag. This time was no exception. I couldn’t sleep my first night in London – I got about 30 minutes of sleep. Despite that I was very exited to be back in England. I don’t have many friends living in London, but I have a lot […]
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