San Francisco Ballet in Helgi Tomasson’s The Fifth Season, photo by Erik Tomasson San Francisco Ballet‘s engagement at City Center came to a close this weekend after presenting three diverse programs. The two that I saw illustrated artistic director Helgi … Continue reading
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The file on my computer called “Summer Dance Dates” has now been re-titled “Fall Dance Dates”, as there seems to be a sudden rush of performances and events filling up my calendar – spanning from now to December. It’s exciting … Continue reading
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Nothing like driving into sunny San Francisco and being greeted by a row of posters for San Francisco Ballet!