Welcome Newbies!

For those in books or ballet, the new year never really begins January 1st. Indeed, New Year’s Eve feels more like an encore finale or cast party after San Diego Ballet’s (outrageously successful) Nutcracker run. We celebrate our holidays quickly, leaping back into rehearsal before too long. Why? Because (there’s no rest for the wicked, and) the end of the calendar year is actually the very middle of our dancing season. (Ballet not playing by the rules? Artists dancing to a different tune, or time? Typical. We’ll sleep when we’re dead.)

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How to Stretch: Yes, I mean you.

First year company member and San Diego native Steffi Carter shares her tips on stretching. For the dancer or the patron alike, she sheds light on what stretching is all about. Check her out along with all the amazing San Diego Ballet dancers in Don Juan next Friday and Sunday. Don’t miss the Gala in Saturday either. A full weekend with SDB, doesn’t get much better than that!

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Being Part of Something Beautiful

“My name is Ruben Martinez and I am a trainee with San Diego Ballet. The company recently performed for Chula Vista High School where I graduated in 2007. The students were given the chance to view us taking class on stage and a Q&A after. I was asked a few questions, one of those was the ever so popular “how long have you been dancing?”

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The Nutcracker VIP Dinner Package 2014

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25th Anniversary Nutcracker VIP Experience

Dinner at the University Club at Symphony Towers and Premium Seating at the Nutcracker Performance

Enjoy stunning views from San Diego’s highest point while indulging in a sumptious Nutcracker-themed three course dinner prepared by University Club chefs. Afterward, make your way downstairs to Copley Symphony Hall for San Diego Ballet’s magical and memorable Nutcracker performance.

Dinner at 5:30 pm

Show at 7:30 pm

$125

Call (619) 294-7378 to make reservations

750 B Street, San Diego

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