San Francisco Ballet Principal Dancers Lorena Feijoo & Vitor Luiz Announce Their Happy News!

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Lorena Feijoo as Kitri in 'Don Quixote'; Photo: Andrea Flores

 It’s official; San Francisco Ballet Principal Dancer Lorena Feijoo will not be reprising her passionate and fiery ‘Kitri’, one of her most signature roles, in the Tomasson/Possokhov Don Quixote final program of the 2012 season. While that may seem like bad news to the beloved Cuban ballerina’s multitude of fans, there is much reason to celebrate:

Lorena Feijoo & her Brazilian beau and husband-to-be, SFB Principal Dancer Vitor Luiz, partners onstage and off, are having a

Thanks to Lorena for publishing her happy news and 

“Muchas Felicidades y Besos”

to the happy pair! 

Lorena Feijoo & Vitor Luiz in Possokhov's 'Talk to Her'; Photo © Erik Tomasson

 Please feel free to wish the happy couple your congrats in the comments at the very bottom of this post or on Lorena’s facebook page here.

(And while you’re there, please also visit and ‘like’ Odette’s Ordeal’s facebook page here.)

We’ll miss your iconic ‘Kitri’, Lorena, but that’s okay because…

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6 Responses to San Francisco Ballet Principal Dancers Lorena Feijoo & Vitor Luiz Announce Their Happy News!

  1. Andrea Paris says:

    Thats fantastic congratulation to them.

  2. Absolutely. Wonderful news.

  3. Danny says:

    Lorena you are simply the best, love.

  4. Gil says:

    Congratulations!!! The baby of two great artists. What a load of gens! Best wishes, Dr. Gil Fernandez

  5. Karime Arabia says:


  6. Jody says:

    so happy for you… how wonderful to have a girl baby!!
    a devoted fan,
    and mommy of a girl too at sfb school.

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