COURTESY ERIK TOMASSONSan Francisco Ballet presents longtime favorite “Swan Lake” on Program 3 of its 2016 season.

S.F. Ballet 2016 Season

San Francisco Ballet has announced its 2016 repertory season. Subscriptions ($75-$1,504) go on sale July 7; single tickets ($24 and up) go on sale Nov. 18. Call (415) 865-2000 or visit sfballet.org for details.

Program 1 (Jan. 24-Feb. 5)

Helgi Tomasson's “7 for Eight,” Yuri Possokhov's “Magrittomania,” North American premiere of William Forsythe's “Pas/Parts”

Program 2 (Jan. 27-Feb. 6)

Christopher Wheeldon's “Continuum,” world premiere by Liam Scarlett, George Balanchine's “Rubies”

Program 3 (Feb. 19-28)

Tomasson's full-length “Swan Lake”

Program 4 (March 8-13)

Alexandra Danilova and Balanchine's “Coppélia”

Program 5 (March 16-22)

Jerome Robbins' “Dances at a Gathering,” Possokhov's “Swimmer”

Program 6 (April 5-16)

Tomasson's “Prism,” SF Ballet premiere of Alexei Ratmansky's “Seven Sonatas,” Wheeldon's “Rush”

Program 7 (April 7-17)

Mark Morris' “Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes,” world premiere by Justin Peck, Balanchine's “Theme and Variations”

Program 8 (April 30-May 8)

John Cranko's “Onegin”

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