BALLET SUN VALLEY PRESENTS

SAN FRANCISCO BALLET SCHOOL


PRE-PROFESSIONAL DANCERS



OCT 5, 2019 • 7PM • THE ARGYROS


SPONSOR THE PERFORMANCE

BALLET SUN VALLEY PRESENTS

SAN FRANCISCO BALLET SCHOOL


PRE-PROFESSIONAL DANCERS



OCT 5, 2019 • 7PM • THE ARGYROS

SPONSOR THE PERFORMANCE

As if you needed another reason to enjoy fall in Sun Valley!

Witness the future of ballet as twelve rising stars from the San Francisco Ballet School, one of the most respected professional ballet schools in the world, join us in Sun Valley before launching their professional careers with major companies.


THE

EVENT

A one-night performance of twelve pre-professional dancers from the San Francisco Ballet School, Saturday, October 5, The Argyros Performing Arts Center. The evening’s program will include both classical and contemporary works and three world premieres.

“Sun Valley audience members will have the opportunity to see the future of ballet, as these highly trained dancers ready themselves for the next stage in their careers,” said Patrick Armand, Director of the San Francisco Ballet School. “This one-night performance is a special occasion for dance lovers to witness and support the evolution of tomorrow’s most celebrated performers.”

THE

DANCERS

Alexis Aiudi, Avon, CT
Olivia Brothers, Palos Verdes Estates, CA
Zoe Lucich, San Anselmo, CA
Nicole Moyer, Superior, CO
Pemberley Olson, San Francisco, CA
Jamie Stephens, San Jose, CA
Teague Applegate, Modesto, CA
Anicet Marandel, France
Gregory Molnar, Canada/Miami, FL
Jasper Stanford, San Ramon, CA
Alexis Valdes, Cuba/Miami, FL
Yu Wakizuka, Japan

ABOUT SAN FRANCISCO BALLET SCHOOL

San Francisco Ballet School offers a challenging curriculum, taught by faculty members drawn from the ranks of SF Ballet and companies around the world. The School benefits from its close relationship with the Company. In fact, the School is a fundamental part of the institution—more than half of the Company’s dancers are graduates. They emphasize strong classical technique, a flow of movement and athleticism that suggests a sense of energy, freedom, and joy. This style—which reflects the kind of dancing favored by SF Ballet—adapts to meet the demands of any choreographer, any company, and any type of movement.

Header Image: San Francisco Ballet School dancers in Tomasson’s Ballet D’Isoline. (© Lindsay Thomas)