San Francisco Ballet Program 6--Present Perspecti
Pictured: Misa Kuranaga rehearsing Ratmansky's “The Seasons,” Photo © Erik Tomasson
San Francisco Ballet's March is a hotbed of story, dance and choreography, starting with A Midsummer Night's Dream and concluding with two distinct triple bills. Program 6, titled "Present Perspectives," features ballet from some of today's most sought-after choreographers: Yuri Possokhov's "Classical Symphony," Benjamin Millepied's "Appasionata" and the world premiere of "The Seasons" by Alexei Ratmansky.
Summary by Heather Desaulniers, SF/Arts Dance Curator