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San Francisco Ballet Announces Sadler’s Wells Programming for London Tour, September 14 to September 23, 2012
(Enjoy the slideshow above.) London balletomanes have significant reason to rejoice; San Francisco Ballet is bringing an enviable tour of riches that may make their Crown Jewels seem pale in comparison. In fact, the programming is enough to make a … Continue reading
Posted in Odette's Ordeal Tagged Ashley Page, Balanchine, Beaux, Christopher Wheeldon, Classical Symphony, Divertimento No. 15, Edwaard Liang, George Balanchine, Ghosts, Guide to Strange Places, Helgi Tomasson, Kip Winger, Mark Morris, Number Nine, Odette's Ordeal, RAkU, Sadler's Wells, San Francisco Ballet, San Francisco Ballet London Tour, SF Ballet, SFB, Symphonic Dances, Teri McCollum, Tomasson Trio, Within the Golden Hour, Yuri Possokhov 5 Comments
Isadora Duncan Dance Awards, Hosted by Val Caniparoli and Featuring Presenters Edward Villella & Joanna Berman, Honors All Five San Francisco Ballet Ballerinas for 2011’s “Many Faces of Giselle”
The 26th annual ‘Isadora Duncan Dance Awards’ event is one of the most anticipated in its history to date, given that living dance legend, Edward Villella, Founding Artistic Director of the Miami City Ballet and former New York City Ballet dancer, is one … Continue reading
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San Francisco Ballet Nominees for Isadora Duncan Dance Awards
Don’t forget the ‘Izzies’ are tonight, peeps!: The awards ceremony will be held on Monday, March 14, 2011 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Forum, 701 Mission Street at 3rd in San Francisco, California. The event, which is … Continue reading
Posted in Ballet, Dancers, Odette's Ordeal, San Francisco Ballet, San Francisco Ballet Dancers, SFB, SFB Dancers, SFB Newsy Bits, SFB's Head Cheerleader Tagged Ballet, Christopher Wheeldon, Classical Symphony, Damian Smith, Daniel Deivison-Oliveira, David Finn, Dores Andre, Fokine, Frances Chung, Gennadi Nedvigin, Ghosts, Hansuke Yamamoto, in the middle, Isabelle Fokine, Isadora Duncan Dance Awards, Izzie Nominations, Izzies, Jaime Garcia Castilla, James Sofranko, Joanna Berman, Julianne Kepley, Kip Winger, Laura Jellinek, Lorena Feijoo, Madison Keesler, Maria Kochetkova, Mark Zappone, Mary Louise Geigor, Muriel Maffre, Pascal Molat, Paul Parish, Petrouchka, Sabina Alleman, San Francisco Ballet, SFB, SFB Newsy Bits, Sofiane Sylve, somewhat elevated, The Little Mermaid, The Tosca Project, Tiit Helimets, Tosca Project, Val Caniparoli, Vanessa Zahorian, Vitor Luiz, Yuan, Yuan Yuan Tan, Yuri Possokhov, Yuri Zhukov Leave a comment