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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

SF Ballet Blog

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog

"Real a separate to? yeah. Yeah I hear you on that that sort of the sense of unreality, and then turning to some kind of to. Snap ourselves back into what reality is in this mode? Yeah how that comparison! So, we're running short on time, but I, do want to act. where else can? Find you. This afternoon as the extreme. Occurs. Whilst the streams happening, I'm going to be commenting on facebook. On. It's happening, so I will turn it into to lookout full such. That are that are lied can have that. Excite me and a little bit. And then after that I will be talking with Marco. Live Cigar about the costumes and catching up head seeing where he's at. IN LOS ASHES! anding that'll be great I'm really looking forward to both of those things and you know he gets such a rare opportunity that we get to hear from choreographer. Kind of in the process of watching the work. Sort of directors cut things I'm looking forward. To hearing from Marco. So, That is we are at time so I. Want to say a huge. Thank you to order as well as another big thing, hugh to Alani and Chris for joining us today. Hope that all of you out there and joy bjork and thank you so much for watching this. Meet the artists conversation with San Francisco Ballet. Entrusting. Thanks for listening to San Francisco bally's meet the artists podcast for more podcasts and other audience engagement programmes, checkout SF Bali, dot, org or your favorite podcast player..

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on Long Distance

Long Distance

01:45 min | 8 months ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on Long Distance

"I think I'm billion questions after you just read that but I'm GonNa try and stick to my script. Okay how how about this. Did you guys come down here just for you all to start acting. Yeah me and my family didn't know anybody. There are no soul in Hollywood. We were break dancers in the bay area and we became came pretty popular and became professional break dancers at a very young age and it just happened whereas like time to make that jump because we been now now dancing for like the forty niners and the Oakland A.'s. And we went thirty some odd break dancing contests on the weekends making money on the streets and we got scholarships the San Francisco Ballet Company and we were like bona fide working dancing getting paid. Helgi like we moved to La ten so all that was like four ten and my little brother Dion was later. I watch old videos of US break dancing. I'm like we were like seven eight. Doing full routines like how what is going on people people always be like guys prodigies. I'm like no we weren't prodigies kids. That just did it. Did you guys make up your routines or your your parents take your stuff my brother Derek choreographed a lot of the stuff ourselves brother and before that I started my cousin many Gavino he was he did this subject. The older guys would like teach stuff to do and then we were just me darned like just do it. We break dancing and we rehearse and train in the garage Asia we would dance all night would fall asleep in front of the boombox on the linoleum floor makeshift thing. We have going on some nights. My mom was just throw blankets on us in the garage and and we wake up and go get breakfast heads. Been Cooking breakfast order. Ah.

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News time three eighteen this portion of the new sponsored by San Francisco ballet experiencing awe inspiring magical nutcracker visit S. S. ballet dot org all right we're gonna start on the bay bridge here's Ted Raimi and we are looking at a slow ride into the city it starts with the meter in lights being on in this is dealing with a back up that goes all the way to Golden Gate fields on eighty westbound approach on five eighty is slow from twenty four you can expect to be tapping those breaks the entire way as you make your way into the city out of the city one one north bound slow for after two eighty on the lower deck of the bay bridge then it looks pretty good as you make your way over to the East Bay peninsula looking pretty good right now one one south bend a little slow approaching ninety two and then out of Palo alto one one south bound is going to see bits of slowing after the organ expressway but that is clear about the time you get to eighty five South Bay is free of any make it delays on the freeways but of course with the forty Niners in town tonight you will can expect to see some slow traffic around Levi's stadium to find out about all the impacted got closures check out the events page on KCBS radio dot com the Nimitz is very slow in the southbound direction from two thirty eight all the way down to eighty four in the northbound direction you're going to be slower to Union City up towards two thirty eight and of course we are looking at bart as well and that is on time system wide your next update three twenty eight on the traffic KCBS KCBS sixty four cast a rain moving in tonight and continuing through Sunday morning winter arriving at eight nineteen this evening we do have a wind advisory that will start in just a few.

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on Datebook

Datebook

15:50 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on Datebook

"Of the podcast. San Francisco city insider, I convinced the city's movers and shakers to tell me what's going right with San Francisco. And what's going very wrong, people like mayor London breed and billionaire Mark benef- have talked about homelessness, filthy streets, car break ins, and some real tricky subjects like where they go for the city's best burrito. Get the inside scoop and sim laughs on San Francisco city insider. Glenn McCoy, who's the outgoing executive director of the San Francisco ballet. And when I say outgoing I mean out the door this week, June twenty eight I believe Glenn. So my first question to you is going to be why give up this great job. It is a great job. But thirty one years, I think it's time to move on. Maybe do something different. Why don't you tell us what an executive director does? And what an executive director does not do at the San Francisco ballet. Well, I tell people that I make sure they get paid on time. So a ballet company has an artistic director handles, all things, artistic, and then the executive director handles the business side. So at San Francisco ballet that would make me responsible for all of the contracting, scheduling marketing press fundraising all of that. And you do or do. Not dance. I do not dance. You've never danced in my living room. Why don't you tell us a little bit about your background? How you landed with this job. I actually trained as an actor, but pretty quickly got into management right after college. I moved to New York like everybody else who thought they were going to be an actor. But I got part time work at the Metropolitan Opera in the marketing department, and I just loved it. So I decided, I was going to bag the acting career and just pursue pursue a career in administration. But and I was in marketing until the San Francisco opera hired me in nineteen eighty six. So after being the advertising manager at the met where a lot of what I did was promote American American ballet theatre's met season in any of the big international. LA companies that came through. I really fell in love with ballet, and so when the new management team at San Francisco ballet invited me to cross Franklin street, I was happy to do that. You glossed over my favorite part of your whole resume. When you said, you went to college, you didn't say where it lands Appalachian state university in Boone North Carolina. I take it. They don't have a dance, major there, or do that. It was part of the P E department. So I had the take dance class in order to get my degree. But I let's say I didn't have a gift for it. So valet is one of the more is probably the most labor intensive to my mind of all the art forms because it involves both. Onstage act, and full orchestra. Correct. Why don't you tell us how many people who does what and what it takes to put on a ballet? So currently San Francisco Ballet's about a fifty eight million dollar operation per year. And so we do have our own orchestra. One of the great ballet orchestras in the country. We have forty nine tenure players, but we play with an average of about sixty five players depends on the instrumentation, and then they're probably about seventy five professional dancers. Then, of course, you've got a school with almost four hundred students enroll and and a big staff. So a lot of people to put on just one ballet. Right. That's right. More so than anything else, you've experienced more so than opera, not necessarily uppers pretty big operation to. One of the things I loved about being in a ballet company, though, was the fact that it's a resident company of artist. I was used to at the met, you know, the big opera stars coming in just for few weeks. But then there are gone, but here, you know, our stars are with us all the time. They live here. They live here. Very interesting. And so your talent. And this is no small talent might be the biggest talent involved shaking the trees for money. My understanding is took it from a thirty million dollar budget to fifty five million dollar budget. Now, have you managed to accomplish that what's your what's your secret? Well, it's taken three decades, of course. But we always lead with the art and ever since Helgi became artistic director, nineteen eighty five I think he's really been pushing pushing our audiences. He certainly pushing our artists, and I would say that San Francisco now probably has one of the most sophisticated audiences for dance in the country, and I think that sort of drive and Embiid coming from the artistic team as what really has mobilized the community to support San Francisco ballet. And you also take it on the road in which case you have to promote it in all these other countries and cities how. How does that work? We we're big company, so we don't do a lot of touring. We probably do two or three weeks of touring per year, but we just came back from two weeks in London, which was very exciting. We took the entire company. We did twelve different ballets and all of them were UK premiers, we played at Sadler's Wells theatre where they really put a put an emphasis on commission work. And so we're say love saying, San Francisco ballet, come in, and see choreographers that they don't get very often in London. Why is it important for mar point of view for the San Francisco ballet, to tour, internationally and nationally? Well, you know, I, I think we're little geographically challenged at least in the the dance field being. The west coast, we have to I think we're harder to tracked artists and keep them here. Typically, ballet dancer might be based in New York or London, and they can pretty easily get to other companies, they do more guesting. That's her thing in order for us to attract the best talent. We have to have a strong touring program. We have to do pretty sexy touring in order to keep dancers interested. And it also helps build the international reputation you can't really be an international player in ballet, if you're not seeing, and you go to every performance here when the when the ballet season is on not every performance I do try to see every cast. So that would be how many performances a year. Would you say a season? Boy. Let's see, I see three or four performances of each of our eight programs. And God knows how many nutcrackers I've seen. Do you have personal favorites? Of course, you're going gonna tell us what they are. Of course not. Tell me about the nutcracker you coming up on the anniversary. San Francisco, ballet was the first American company to produce the full length nutcracker in nineteen forty four. And so we'll be celebrating the seventy fifth anniversary of that. First Merican nutcracker. Do you remember your first day on the job at San Francisco ballet? I do what happened. I actually had just left the opera in had been hired by the marketing director to edit a souvenir book for a tour to Asia that the company was was going on. And so I remember I didn't have a desk or a phone. I was sort of walking around with a clipboard. I still have the clipboard trying to gather all the photos and information I needed in order to put this book together. But I meet -ly liked the people I was working with. How important our personal relations between you and your board members, you know, I think the personal relationships you build with every part of the company are critical to making the work happen and to actually enjoying what I do. So I've enjoyed more than three decades of a very supportive board of very generous with their time and their resources. I think you know, when they when they brought Helgi and really said something about the vision they had for the for the ballet. I'm not sure even they understood how successful the company would would become but I know that they're very, very proud. And I know this because I watched you do it you at the opening walk around with envelopes every year. Correct for explain that to us. Well. Well, a little bit of personal touch. I write a little note to the major sponsors of the event so that they know that they're welcome and how much their support means to us and what do you foresee happening on your last day at work? That's a good question right now. It's blocked out for a lunch in to clean up thirty years of staff. It's not going very quickly where we'll all that stuff. Go a lot of it will go to, to our new place up in sonoma's. But a lot of it will go to the archives. And when you disappear up to cinema to grow these tomatoes. Who's gonna fill your shoes at the ballot? Well, I am very excited that they have Kelly Tweedle coming in Kelly has a solid background in orchestra and opera management. She was with San the Seattle opera for a long time. And now she's at the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. And I think she's going to be a terrific fit. What are going to be the big challenge is going forward for the ballet? Well, I think the, the same for many arts institutions were working through some transition in how. Audience's, consume the work more and more. They're looking to engage digitally. So I think all of us are watching trends, declining audiences. So I think we have to continue to look for, for ways to remain relevant. We do. That's why we're doing so much in the community these days because again, it comes down to relationships and we, we need to the ballet to be something that everybody in San Francisco feels welcome at a we to assume then that, like everything else. Kids will be watching ballet on their phones. They do already they do already. But I think all of us in the performing arts, we have to get better at telling the story of the power of the communal experience of live performance of always wondered if there are any major fiascos on stage. I never happen to see any when I'm there. But I bet if you go there for C ever for cast perform every show you seem. I have. Whether is one a few years ago, performance of Giselle there to dogs that come on in the first act and I'm not telling tales out of school since I think it was in the chronicle, but apparently the they became amorous on stage and. The cast could couldn't get them apart. And so after that Helgi determined that there would only be one dog on stage at a time. The fire department dogs. They should have done. Why don't you tell us about what your plans are for retirement? Well, I have given myself the first six months to not make any commitment, so I will be moving to cinema fulltime next weekend. And one thing that I have scheduled is I'm going to walk the community Santiago across northern Spain. It'll take me about five weeks. It's a eight hundred kilometers. And so I have in my hand an item that you're carrying around win. Why don't you explain what this item is? Yeah. But my marketing team produced these seed packets of tomato seeds with my my name on it. And so that everybody can plant tomatoes. I jokingly told my board chair, Carl Pascarella when I told him last. Summer that I was not going to be renewing my contract. He said oh, but you're still young. What are you going to do up and Sonoda? I didn't know what to say so I said, I'm going to grow tomatoes. So actually, you wrote about it, Sam now it's become an urban legend. And I'm worried that people think I'm growing them commercially. Because everyone asks so, so the marketing team came up with these tomato CPAC. It's thank you, Glenn. But for the record I wrote about twice. That it's your fault. Thank you, Glenn McCoy, outgoing executive director of the San Francisco ballet..

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on Datebook

Datebook

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on Datebook

"I'm Peter Hart, LA your concierge for culture in the bay area. The big event is a podcast, so local and fun and random that we've interviewed Jerry Rice and jello Biafra and recorded two episodes paying tribute to Britos download the big event today. Two. From our nine oh, one mission street studios. You are listening to the San Francisco Chronicle. Welcome to date podcast. I'm Peter Hart. Lob here with San Francisco, Chronicle reporter Sam whiting, welcome. Sam. Thank you. Our guest today is Glenn McCoy longtime, executive director of the San Francisco ballet who made a big announcement at the beginning.

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition on I'm Brian watt. In San Francisco voters will weigh in on a measure aimed at restoring the city's dwindling reputation as a powerhouse arts, and culture funder KiKi khloe Veldman has more on proposition, e San Francisco within forty five square miles is contained one of the most colorful and romantic cities in the world. San Francisco has long been tourism hotspot city officials capitalized on that fact in the early nineteen sixties when they decided to use a tax on hotel stays to support San Francisco's many, cultural attractions, the move tonnes of the city into an arts funding trailblazer. I was invited to France to tell the French ministry of culture, how we did this in San Francisco that's carry Schulman. She's the longtime director of grants for the arts. The main city body that distributes hotel tax funds to cultural groups, she says when the city. Faced financial issues in the early two thousands. It started siphoning off money away from the hotel tax the cultural industries continue to receive baseline support from the city's general fund, but in two thousand thirteen the board of supervisors severed arts funding from the hotel tax entirely at investment being stopped combined. With displacement, the cost of living here has really caused our arts community to be hanging on with their fingernail lately. The city's creative community has been fighting to bring that funding back in a bright airy space in the San Francisco ballet headquarters volunteers for the yes. On prop e campaign. A working the phones and calling you about a really important measure the November ballot. It's called proposition. And it's going to expand funding for arts and arts education, local actor Valerie week has put in many hours on behalf of the campaign going to help arts groups that are struggling to afford today's. San francisco. The board of supervisors unanimously voted to put prop E ON the ballot. The measure seeks to dedicate one point five percents of the base hotel tax to support arts and.

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KOMO

"Spent some time in san francisco with a very prominent location and provider of care to the san francisco ballet yes so i did that i started in general surgery i took a year off and worked in san francisco with dr garrick and he was helping to take care of the san francisco ballet and then my further training in orthopedics at harvard i worked with lion maekelae and the boston ballet so i knew that it was this was what i wanted to do to be able to help dancers and how do you help dancers how do you both help dancers i mean do you have a a clinic you get them together and do assessments dancers and performers i imagine i'm just guessing here might sometimes i don't wanna use the word struggle but be challenged with healthcare and access to healthcare well so many clinicians out there i think are scared to work with dancers and other performing artists part of it is they don't know the language they don't know how to communicate with them the dancer comes in and they're like i was doing a play or tundu and the doctor's like you're speaking friends good point and so it's it's it's great and to have a place for them to come to where they can feel comfortable i'm dr keitel and installed and ballet bar in our clinic room and what it does is it provides a comfortable environment for them it's a familiar setting where they feel that they can come and really open up about their injury because there's so many competing interests and a lot of these dancers are performing a very high levels and it's hard for them to speak about their injuries it's hard for them to accept the fact that they are injured even though so many of them are it's almost like they're the walking wounded to a certain degree but what we know is yes it's nice to have a place for them to go where where they felt comfortable but the research has shown and we actually recently did a study on asking dancers went how how they seek access the healthcare system and there's two things that they really want one is an accurate diagnosis and number two is they wanna realistic treatment plan can so it's really great because you don't have to be an expert in dance medicine to work with this amazing population on a lot of is just being willing to listen to them and hear their needs and and give them a good pathway moving forward we'll continue our conversation dr nancy kayla dr matthew gerson coming up right after this time.

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That is such a great score that's john adams absolute jest and it's the score for a new ballet by miles thatcher which is part of unbound the big festival coming to san francisco ballet with a slightly kinky tidal thatcher and adams to our local thatcher is a young soloist choreographer with san francisco ballet he just moves big groups of dancers around in beautiful ways and the festival is too weak frenzy of new works by thatcher and eleven other choreographers from much further afield and this is artistic director helgi tomasson baby it's been in the planning for more than two years he's kind of a cool duty just isn't passionate when he talks but he says he wants the festival to answer the question where is ballet headed in our time i can't say where it should be going but i wanted to see what today's young sought after choreographers were doing and where they were heading i don't know but it has to live off now speaking of our valley is headed the festival features two women choreographers which sadly is a rarity here so annabelle lopez ocho and cathy marston love has just two thousand sixteen piece broken wings is a ballet based on the life of frida kahlo and it was named one of the year's best premieres by dance europe you can also catch a new piece by alonzo king at the festival he's going to be coming off a thirty five year celebration for his own lines ballet company so i'm excited to see what they're gonna show us yeah i'm bound kicks off friday april twentieth and runs through eighth six at the war memorial opera house in san francisco.

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Sixth day forecast called again all we have some rain to talk about others a subtle change in our forecast in that there's cloud cover moving in a little bit earlier than we thought and that will likely prevent temperatures from falling as low as they did this morning come tomorrow morning it will still be cold everybody is going to be well below average likely with subfreezing temperatures in the north ladies may valleys but that cloud cover will prevent a widespread freezing event like we had earlier today mid20s too low 30s inland a likely midthirties too low forty is on the shores of san francisco back tomorrow couple of showers are possible especially in the north bay tomorrow morning kind of a cloudy ish day will be partly sunny at most another chilly one highs only loaded mid50s thursday yet another round us very light showers are possible nothing terribly widespread but there will be showers around and any shower above two thousand feet and elevations could have some snow mixed in or be exclusively all snow also watch out for maybe a little white coating on the tops of our highest peaks around the bay area the next couple of days friday sunshine a little bit milder midtoupper 50s saturday sunday amid eu upper 50s as well not as much wind over the weekend as well i'll be about as warm as we get because early next week we cool down again with a widespread light rain to vent possible next monday and were next tuesday i'm meteorologist while the nf kpix biden kcbs forecast san francisco ballet presents frankenstein a modern vision of a classic tale romantic suspenseful bold with relentless drama haunting music and the stage production that will astonish the creature is back for tickets visit sf valet dot org hundreds of live cameras in the bay area means our eyes.

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on KCBS All News

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"san francisco ballet" Discussed on Important If True

Important If True

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"san francisco ballet" Discussed on Important If True

"Since of solidarity with the uh with the readers who have shared their stories with us this week and also you can send them to questions that important if drew dot com so that we can do one of his next year yep subject line bad gift to make it easier for us to sort this i received a uh what i would call a pretty bad gift last night an unintentional bad gift k m i mentioned on the recent idle thumbs ruination cast our question answering a patriotic on special podcast that we do uh i mentioned that my wife and i have a sort of tradition with we just have started doing ourselves for the last three years um there's a third year running where we attend the san francisco ballet production of the nutcracker which is when the neck record obviously as of classic holiday tradition and it's just wonderful just beautiful music by jankowski and the san francisco ballet has a really cool production that they do that jake it is not i looked up at his not the san francisco ballet nutcracker production of your youth okay it is a oppression they've been doing since two thousand four okay set in i think 1915 san francisco is the idea of it as opposed to the gist 70s asked one that i saw as a kid the rim through the 90s yeah area this is a this is this one's it's it's really call it's really plays up all the kind of toy box weird architecture that san francisco has you know it's very appropriate to a christmas he sees and it's a nice production and we like seeing it every year uh however last night.

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