Carlo Di Lanno

From left, Mingxuan Wang, Jim Sohm and Kristi DeCaminada (as the grandparents) and Lauren Parrott -- along with San Francisco Ballet School students -- appeared opening night Dec. 12 of San Francisco Ballet’s 2018 “Nutcracker.” (Courtesy Erik Tomasson)

SF Ballet’s 2018 ‘Nutcracker’ underway with good cheer

In Wednesday’s opening of San Francisco Ballet’s 74th year of “Nutcracker” --…

 

“The Cage,” Jerome Robbins’ edgy 1951 dance, is a highlight of San Francisco Ballet’s Program 5. (Courtesy Erik Tomasson)

Drama, beauty in SF Ballet’s Robbins’ showcase

In celebrating the centennial of choreographer Jerome Robbins’ birth, San Francisco Ballet…

 

Sasha De Sola, with Sean Orza, danced the title role on opening night of San Francisco Ballet’s “The Sleeping Beauty.” (Courtesy Erik Tomasson)

SF Ballet’s sumptuous, splendid ‘Sleeping Beauty’

In the 21st century, San Francisco Ballet is executing the classics with…

 

San Francisco Ballet men stood out in Justin Peck’s “Rodeo.” (Courtesy Erik Tomasson)

San Francisco Ballet goes boldly into the future

The most thrilling number in San Francisco Ballet’s 2018 opening gala was…

San Francisco Ballet men stood out in Justin Peck’s “Rodeo.” (Courtesy Erik Tomasson)
San Francisco Ballet’s Sofiane Sylve and Carlo Di Lanno dance in William Forsythe’s “Pas/Parts.” (Courtesy Erik Tomasson)

S.F. Ballet 2016 gala offers classics, couples

San Francisco Ballet opened its 83rd season Thursday with lovely classics and…

San Francisco Ballet’s Sofiane Sylve and Carlo Di Lanno dance in William Forsythe’s “Pas/Parts.” (Courtesy Erik Tomasson)