January offers a full calendar of dance events to inspire and delight, from a classic ballet to a festival with a cathedral as its stage. Experience innovative choreography and graceful movement on several San Francisco stages. We've included a few examples below; see more dance events in January here.
“Roar” RAWdance's 15th Anniversary Season at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Forum, January 24-26
RAWdance rings in the New Year with much celebration—its 15th anniversary season, the naming of Katerina Wong as associate artistic director and a new mixed-repertory program. Learn more.
The San Francisco Ballet's Program 01: Don Quixote, January 25-February 3
San Francisco Ballet opens its 2019 season with the epic full-length story ballet “Don Quixote,” staged by artistic director and principal choreographer Helgi Tomasson and choreographer-in-residence Yuri Possokhov. Check it out here.
San Francisco Movement Arts Festival at Grace Cathedral on January 25
With 250+ local artists in dance, theater, music and visual arts, SFMAF 2019 is celebrating the movement arts and turning the entire Grace Cathedral into a stage - including the main floor, attached chapels, hallways, stairways and front entry way. See details.