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Sofiane Sylve is pictured in Balanchine’s “Serenade,” which appears in San Francisco Ballet’s 2018 Program 2. (Courtesy Erik Tomasson)
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San Francisco Ballet has announced its 2018 repertory season. Subscriptions ($85-$2,592) go on sale June 27; single tickets ($28 and up) go on sale Nov. 15. Call (415) 865-2000 or visit sfballet.org for details.

Opening Night Gala (Jan. 18)

Program 1 (Jan. 23-Feb. 4)
Helgi Tomasson’s full-length “The Sleeping Beauty”

Program 2
(Feb. 13-24)
George Balanchine’s “Serenade,” Benjamin Millepied’s “The Chairman Dances” and Justin Peck’s “Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes”

Program 3 (Feb. 15-25)
Tomasson’s “On a Theme of Paganini,” Val Caniparoli’s “Ibsen’s House” and a work to be announced

Program 4 (March 6-11)
Liam Scarlett’s full-length “Frankenstein”

Program 5 (March 20-25)
Jerome Robbins’ “Opus 19/The Dreamer,” “The Cage,” “Other Dances” and “Fancy Free”

Program 6 (April 3-8)
National Ballet of Canada in John Neumeier’s full-length “Nijinsky”

Festival of New Works (April 20-May 6)
Four different programs include works by David Dawson, Alonzo King, Edwaard Liang, Annabelle Ochoa Lopez, Cathy Marston, Trey McIntyre, Justin Peck, Arthur Pita, Dwight Rhoden, Stanton Welch, Christopher Wheeldon and Myles Thatcher.

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