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San Francisco Ballet
San Francisco Ballet, Americas oldest professional ballet company and one of the world's finest dance companies. Come experience the SF Ballet today!
San Francisco Ballet, Americas oldest professional ballet company and one of the world's finest dance companies. Come experience the SF Ballet today!
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Join us at 3:15pm PST on Facebook for a sneak peek at Unbound LIVE with choreographer Arthur Pita!
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Don't loose your head over this photo of Salome, a new ballet choreographed by Arthur Pita. Mar 9–19. @Doresandre http://bit.ly/2lXNYaQ
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The New York Times called Haffner Symphony “sublime—as festive as it is an embodiment of beauty.” Onstage only until Saturday. http://bit.ly/2hP45J4 #TutuTuesday
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Choreographer in Residence Yuri Possokhov's highly-anticipated world premiere, Optimistic Tragedy, takes the stage in Program 2. >> http://bit.ly/2hOS9ak
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Modern masters William Forsythe, Alexei Ratmansky, and Yuri Possokhov take the stage next week. Buy now >> http://bit.ly/2hOS9ak
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Justin Peck's bold work In the Countenance of Kings set to a glorious score by indie artist Sufjan Stevens is back by popular demand. Onstage Jan 24. >> http://bit.ly/2hP45J4
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Meet Jiří Bubeníček, the Polish-born choreographer whose new work Fragile Vessels set to Rachmaninov has its debut in Program 1. >> http://bit.ly/2i7HHGY #exploreballet
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Program 1 is quite simply a celebration of dance. From contemporary to classical, this triple-bill has it all. http://bit.ly/2hP45J4 #tututuesday
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Sign up your tiny dancer for the Cinderella Let's Dance Family Workshop! Our Let’s Dance Family Workshops are a perfect way to prepare your youngster to see ballet for the first time or to continue fostering the imaginations of kids who already know our productions by heart. >> http://bit.ly/2dWAHfj
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Choreographer Justin Peck shares his impression of the SF Ballet dancers, what he loves about San Francisco, and what to look for in his work In the Countenance of Kings onstage Jan 24. >> http://bit.ly/2i7xwSK
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