This year, San Francisco Ballet brings the 2021 digital season to your home. More audiences get a chance to view the entire season at home as the world's greatest classical ballet shares their spectacular performance online.
Since 1993, San Francisco Ballet has brought its audience performances, including America's first productions of Swan Lake and Nutcracker and the first 20th-century American Coppélia. With more than 100 performances annually, San Francisco ballet shares the joy and grace of dance to its audience. But what makes it different now, is its online broadcast reaching a wider virtual audience.
San Francisco Ballet 2021 Digital Season
World-renowned SF Ballet's artistic director, Helgi Tomasson leads this year's dance ensemble. The lead choreographer is excited to reach the audience across the world as this is the first time a ballet recital will be accessible online.
"Watching a story ballet captured on film will be a unique experience, as one can really see the emotions displayed by the dancers," Tomasson said.
The 2021 Season includes three world premieres by choreographers, Danielle Rowe, "The Wooden Dimes", Cathy Marston "Mrs. Robinson," and new works from Myles Thatcher. This digital performance will also include the " A Midsummer Night's Dream" by George Balanchine which was cut short by the pandemic while the master himself, Helgi Tomasson leads the performance of "Romeo and Juliet" and the film version of "Swan Lake."
SFB also brings a one of a kind family experience as it airs "The Nutcracker" from November 27 to December 31.
The "Premium Plus Digital Package" with VIP bonus content will be available starting November 17 for $289. The package includes three-week access to each recital stream, an exclusive behind-the-scenes bonus content, a hard copy of Season Guide directly mailed to your home. In addition, SFB will be including a 20% discount to Nutcracker Online.
Viewers may also avail of the Single program streams, which will go on sale starting January 21, 2021, for $29. The online performance will be accessible for 24-hour for an additional $5.
Special events will also be catered at $5,000 for a Virtual Table often. SF Ballet's 2021 Digital Season will be publicly available on sale on November 17, 2020.
Proceeds from the online recitals will be donated to SF Ballet artistic initiatives, including the San Francisco Ballet School Scholarships and community outreach devoted to youth, families, and seniors.
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