The San Diego Ballet presented its first ever Summer Season (on-line) this past July and August. This weekend we are offering an opportunity to binge watch all 8 programs. Yes, that is right. You can wallow through the weekend with hours of San Diego Ballet goodness.

Here’s how it works:

  • Links for the programs will be given at 5pm this Friday
  • Each link will be available for viewing for 72 hours, and may be viewed multiple times.

Choose from the following:

Terra Incognito/Rhapsody – Travel to San Diego’s back country with SDB to explore Julian, CA. Beautifully shot in natural settings, the serene imagery and cool sounds of Gilbert Castellanos will offer a moment of reprieve. This piece has never been presented to the public. Also on the program, Velasco’s lush pas de deux, Rhapsody!

Reflections and Hope – A perfect compliment to the season during these uncertain times. Charles McPherson’s composition for San Diego Ballet features beautiful dance with a non traditionally voiced musical trio – cello, violin,… and saxophone!

Gershwin Divertissment – Feel the sound of Summertime with this playful work by Velasco and McPherson.

Song of Songs 1 – Artistic Director Javier Velasco recently used history’s timeless ode to love as a spring board for 3 ballets. First up, no music. Just the words themselves and a single dancer are used to illuminate the nature of desire.

Song of Songs 2 – The second ballet in the Song of Songs cycle features a sextet of dancers gliding and swooning through Yale Strom’s evocative musical score.

Song of Songs 3 – Set to Charles McPhersons’ funk and gospel infused blueprint, the last part of the Song of Songs triad will leave you rocking in your seat….or your couch at home.

In Conversation with Charles McPherson. Get in-sight from jazz legend Charles McPherson about his ongoing relationship with San Diego Ballet

In Conversation with Gilbert Castellanos. Gilbert Castellanos takes center stage to discuss his deeply personal piece to premiere in Los Musicos.


$75 for access to all 8 programs this weekend

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