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My wife and I visited the ballet last night for the In Between performance. It was a great evening, with three widely differing performances. First was a lively yet graceful American ballet, second was a very dramatic Rachmaninov, and the third was a visually stunning...More
I absolutely love the San Francisco ballet! The War Memorial is a beautiful and historic venue, and the quality of the performances is always spectacular. The SF ballet is on the same scale as NYC and famous European ballets. If you’re in SF, be sure...More
The rain was pouring incessantly on the sweet Saturday evening while I was inside the beautiful auditorium of the San Francisco Ballet and was reveling in the flow of music, dance, and drama. The on-stage ballet was a welcome break from the constant presence of...More
I love ballet but not necessarily story line ballet performances. I attended Don Quixote because that was the only performance during my stay. It absolutely changed my mind, so much dancing and not a ton of pantomiming like I was worried about. The performance was...More
We’ve seen the Nutcracker in many forums and this was by far our favorite performance to date. Everything was spectacular from venue, to sets and most of all the performances. If you ever have the chance to visit, treat yourself to a SF Ballet performance....More
I have been a fan of the SF Ballet for years - it is about time that I write a review. We attend at least two performances a year during the season - one of them being the Nutcracker. The War Memorial Opera house is...More
I am a great fan of the New York City Ballet Nutcracker, but as I was in San Francisco wanted to give theirs a try. It is every bit as delightful. The choreography is wonderful. The sets and costumes are beautiful and we loved the...More
Civic Center is the seat of power for all things government and performance-related in the city. Although its streets are best walked during daytime, numerous cultural gems are within close proximity to one another. The symphony, opera, ballet, and jazz center offer year round entertainment within the shadow of the city’s Beaux-Arts crown jewel: the gold tipped dome of City Hall.