Swan Lake

"Every ballerina that’s danced this ballet, and has danced it well, can say she’s made it."
This program is properly named "The Joy of Dance." Program 2 is devoted to "Modern Masters," from William Forsythe and his
Artistic Director, Ashley Wheater will serve as the host for this event, which takes place on the company's YouTube channel
San Francisco Ballet closes the 2016 Season with John Cranko's 1965 masterpiece, Onegin, now through Sunday, May 8.
Carlo Di Lanno and Vanessa Zahorian in Dances at a Gathering. Photo, Erik Tomasson Carlo Di Lanno made his debut with SF
"Provocative" - the theme of the Opening Night Gala at San Francisco Ballet - proved both appropriate and pinpoint perfect.
As Kathryn Bedinghaus states in her article 'Speaking of Black and White,' "The evil of blackness and the beauty of whiteness
"Aside from her distinctive dance style, I believe the core of Misty's appeal is her passion. I think that's what makes her inspirational. There's an internal light inside that burns bright and draws people to her."
There is no lake in this 20th century Swan Lake. Which may be a warning from Danish set designer and geologist Per Kirkeby about the crisis of global warming.
San Francisco Ballet finishes its programs at the War Memorial Opera House with eleven performances of Helgi Tomasson's Romeo and Juliet beginning Friday, May 1 and concluding Sunday, May 10.