The San Francisco Chronicle says, "From neck to instep, the Canadian ballerina [Frances Chung] created a portrait of lyric vulnerability in a manner that marks a career high." See her portrayal of Elizabeth Lavenza in Frankenstein this week. Onstage until Sunday >> [ Bit.ly Link ]
Lowell Liebermann, one of America’s most frequently recorded living composers, created the hauntingly beautiful original score for Frankenstein. Learn more about Liebermann in our Explore Ballet portal. >> [ Bit.ly Link ]
Alongside artistic directors from around the globe, Helgi Tomasson attended #PositioningBallet, hosted by Het Nationale Ballet - Dutch National Ballet. They discussed and reflected on the future of the art form, focusing on heritage, diversity, and identity.
Liam Scarlett brought together an artistic dream team to create Frankenstein: Lowell Liebermann, one of America’s most frequently recorded living composers, created the original score. Master designer John Macfarlane brings us sumptuous costumes that evoke the richness of early 18th-century Geneva, and a set that will astonish.
Frankenstein opens tomorrow. >> [ Bit.ly Link ]
Fearful Symmetries composer John Adams turns 70 today! Experience this audience favorite set to his hauntingly beautiful score, live in Program 5 Contemporary Voices. >> [ Bit.ly Link ] #ja70 #johnadamsat70
We provide the tickets, you provide the romance. Give your valentine the gift of dance and get in on today's deeply discounted ticket offer. Today only, Frankenstein tickets are $45. This offer ends tonight or until supplies last. Details >> [ Bit.ly Link ]
It's about to get dark and stormy at SF Ballet. Plan a romantic date night for you and your Valentine. We have a deeply discounted offer coming at you this Tuesday! Check back at 10am. #spookyvalentine
Principal Dancer, Vitor Luiz, who plays the role of the the Creature in Scarlett's Frankenstein says, "You are in for a treat, because it's not a normal monster you would expect...I think if you really want to see the core of it, you should come see this." Onstage Feb 17. >> [ Bit.ly Link ]