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March 2019


A Ballet and Modern Dance Information Resource


San Francisco Ballet

ODC/Dance's Tegan Schwab. Photo by RJ Muna   San Francisco Ballet's Sarah Van Patten and Nathaniel Remez in Arthur Pita's Björk Ballet. (photo © Erik Tomasson)

Updated November 9, 2018
Check with theaters for performance, dates and times.
Feb. 28 - March 2, 8:00 PM
ODC/Dance Unplugged
Path of Miracles
(KT Nelson & Volti)
Inspired by the Camino de Santiago and created in collaboration with San Francisco’s outstanding 17-member vocal ensemble Volti singing a transcendent score by Joby Talbot.
Grace Cathedral, San Francisco
March 2-3
Cal Performances
Akram Khan
Reveals the beauty and horrors of the human condition through the myth of Prometheus told from the perspective of an Indian soldier recruited to fight in the trenches of World War I for the British Crown.
Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley
March 3, 5:00 pm
Smuin 2019 Gala
Celebrate Smuin’s 25th season with cocktails, dance performance, dinner, live auction, and after-dinner dancing.
The Galleria, San Francisco
March 8
ODC Dance Around Town Gala
Celebrate the new season of with dinner at the St. Regis followed by a performance of work from the ODC Choreographers at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater. Afterwards join ODC dancers, choreographers, collaborating dancers, and fellow art enthusiasts at a glamorous after-party in the St. Regis.
St. Regis Hotel and YBCA Theater, San Francisco
March 9-16
San Francisco Ballet
The Sleeping Beauty
(Tchaikovsky/Tomasson, after Petipa) Helgi Tomasson’s production highlights the dancers’ classical virtuosity, casting its spell over a fairytale ballet of romance and wonder.
March 7 - 10
Gala Performance March 8
World's on Fire
A world premiere choreographed by Kate Weare and Brenda Way, explores the cyclical nature of human experience with music played live by The Crooked Jades. Tackles the emotional underpinnings of community: kinship, belief, suffering, love and the will to survive.
YBCA Theater, San Francisco
March 22-23
Diablo Ballet
Once Upon a Time

25th Anniversary celebration with a brand new fairytale ballet accompanied by the Contra Costa Wind Symphony and choreographed by renowned dance maker Julia Adam.
March 22-23
Mark Foehringer Dance Project
Like an Ox on the Roof
WORLD PREMIERE- Evening Length Mixed repertory program featuring two new premieres, one remount and a restaging of an audience favorite. Works set to scored by Liszt, Milhaud, Brittan and Bloch. Live music with music director Michael Morgan.
Cowell Theater, San Francisco
March 24
Mark Foehringer Dance Project
Young Choreographers Forum SF/SJ Showing
Showing of works generated during our choreography mentoring program for ages 16-26 years old, led by Mark Foehringer.
Joe Goode Annex, San Francisco
March 27–April 7
San Francisco Ballet
Lyric Voices
Your Flesh Shall Be a Great Poem
(Garneau/McIntyre) Channels the vulnerability of Chris Garneau’s songs into an endearing look at the ties across generations.
Bound To
(Henson/Wheeldon) Explores what we’re missing by being glued to our phones.
Yuri Possokhov World Premiere
March 29–April 9
San Francisco Ballet
Space Between
Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes (Copland/Peck) An athletic, high-energy interpretation of Aaron Copland’s iconic music.
Liam Scarlett World Premiere
Björk Ballet (Gudmundsdottir, Ghersi, Sjón / Pita) Channels the magic and mischief of pop singer Björk’s music in this crazy, glamorous ballet that The Guardian called “a ridiculous amount of fun.”

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