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Tagged with: Dance

‘Swan Lake,’ again? SF Ballet’s latest dip into classic justifies return

The company has performed the piece three times in four years, but stunning leads and ensemble work keep it fresh

Arts Forecast: The cool, clear eye of Wolfgang Tillmans

Plus: Flatstock, Afrolicious, Conrad Tao, Luis Miguel Garcia-Mispireta, Branford Marsalis, Chiquimamani-Condori, more

Under the Stars: A quick check-in with the incredible Lætitia Sadier

From Stereolab to Noise Pop, she still charms. Plus: chokecherry, Angelo Outlaw, Caroline Polachek, more great music

Desperate times call for ‘Anna Karenina’

Joffrey Ballet's triumphant return to Cal Performances revives a literary tale that centers love after loss.

Rocketship of revelry: 5 records that influenced Thee Sinseers

Bandleader Joey Quiñones gives a lesson on rocksteady readiness on Noise Pop eve, from The Paragons to Operation Ivy.

Under the Stars: discnogirl kicks off Noise Pop, new jams from Mad Lib, Beth Gibbons, Toro Y Moi…

The incredible Batov label does it again, the 'Mary Shelley of the guitar' returns, more music to love

Pina Bausch’s ‘Rite of Spring’ matched tempestuous weather with fierce intensity

Dancers from 14 African countries—and a piece by legends Acogny and Airaudo—filled Zellerbach with light and heat.

Live Shots: Sting brought the love (and classics) to SF Symphony

'Roxanne,' 'Russians,' 'Every Breath You Take,' and other selections from the singer's long career warmed Davies Symphony Hall

What we saw at Sundance 2024, part 3: Bring on the docs

Satanists verité, AI Brian Eno, Will Ferrell road trip, dueling rock bands, a Navajo Nation 'Oppenheimer' counterpoint, more

At SF Ballet, two very different sides of ‘British Icons’

Notoriously difficult, dissimilar pieces by Kenneth MacMillan and Frederick Ashton showed the company's versatility