San Francisco Ballet Criss Cross Tickets

Enter the world of fantasy this year with the most fabulous event of the season, the San Francisco Ballet Criss-Cross show which is designed just for the ballet lovers like you. The delicate and intricate ballet moments have been always presented by this ultimate ballet company and this time they have come up with another set of themes which will have all the excitement packed surprises for you. The dance sequences are surely going to win your heart so be prepared to be mesmerized with a mind blowing performance by these dynamic performers. Hurry up and buy your San Francisco Ballet Criss-Cross tickets now so that you don’t miss the show.

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About San Francisco Ballet Criss Cross

Operating as an opera ballet since 1933, The San Francisco Ballet Company is one of the oldest ballet schools of its time. In 1938, Coppelia, the first full length production of the company was launched by its first ever choreographer William Christensen and in 1944 the company premiered the famous Nutcracker which has become a yearly national holiday tradition in the country. The first decade for the ballet school was marked by a number of tours especially in the Far East and a debut performance at the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival in 1956. In the 1970s the company launched Cindrella, a co-production by Christensen and Michael Smuin. With the launch of such amazing productions, the company was heading towards unbounded success in the future.
The 70s and 80s was marked by numerous productions like Romeo and Juliet, the Tempest and some brilliant television performances under the direction of Smuin. These productions became very popular as Romeo and Juliet became the first ever performance to be shown on PBS television series “Dance in America” and The Tempest being nominated for three Emmy Awards. Smuin also received an Emmy Award for the choreography of A Song for Dead Warriors. After some financial disruptions in the same period, the company revived in 1985 when the company revealed its forth production of Nutcracker with Tomasson as the choreographer.
During the 1990s, the San Francisco Ballet was in its full bloom. It performed at the Lincoln Centre Festival in the New York City for the first time. The company also hosted “United We Dance,” an international festival organized by United Nations and marked by the participation of 150 international artists. During the 90s era, the company gave a number of blockbuster performances directed by Tomasson who was duly acknowledged by the New York Times as “Mr. Tomasson has accomplished the unprecedented…… San Francisco Ballet under Helgi Tomasson's leadership is one of the spectacular success stories of the arts in America." Tomasson was also honoured as the artistic director of San Francisco ballet  when his 25th anniversary with the company was celebrated in 2010.
San Francisco Ballet Criss-Cross event will prove the worth of itself as you watch this incredible group of hookers make the stage seem like heaven. Their history is marked with epic performances and memorable tours. As active touring company, they have become even more focused with their live stage performances now. The company gives around 100 performances annually. It has a huge repertory of works by, George Balanchine, Lew Christensen, Sir Frederick Ashton, William Forsythe,  Nacho Duato, Marius Petipa, Rudolf Nureyev, Jerome Robbins and Paul Taylor. Famous performing Arts Centres like the New York City Centre, Segerstrom Centre for the Arts and the John F. Kennedy Centre for the Performing Arts have hosted numerous performances by the San Francisco Ballet. The company has also toured some of the highly reputed international venues at Paris, London, Covent Garden, Athens and Edinburgh amongst others.
In 2005, the ballet company participated yet again in a dance festival at Paris while in 2009 it made an appearance at Shanghai and Beijing with its famous 1988 Swan Lake by Tomasson. In 2004, the company became the first ever ballet company in America to have performed on Sylvia, directed by Mark Morris. It was also termed as the “Company of the Year” by Dance Europe magazine and is a recipient of the Jerome Robbins Award for excellence in dance as well. The company also celebrated its highly eventful 75th Anniversary Season in 2008 where three international ballet companies and the New Works Festival gave tribute to San Francisco Ballet.  The outstanding team of the Ballet Company still continues to produce masterpieces and entice the audience with its performances. So better not get late in buying the cheap San Francisco Ballet Criss-Cross tickets and enjoy yourself.

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