"Congratulations SFYBA Level VI dancers Sophia Angelopolous, Ella Fujikawa, & Hiroka Nagai and Maya Gee-Lim who will attend Gelsey Kirkland Academy, NYC Pre-professional intensive together in 2014! And Karina Ngo who will attend Joffrey Chicago. Congratulations ALL those level V & VI dancers who were accepted to Boston Ballet, Joffrey, Gelsey Kirkland, ABT, & The Rock School for summer 2014 as well!"
Welcome To SFYBA
San Francisco Youth Ballet Academy was founded in 1999 to share the joy of classical ballet with children. We provide a
disciplined and nurturing environment in which to study. Our curriculum is designed to offer professional ballet training
for those who wish to pursue ballet as a career, but more importantly, to offer the beauty of classical ballet to all students and teach them skills that will enrich their daily lives. At SFYBA, the unique teaching methods and philosophies promote teamwork and encourage individual creativity.
The syllabus, which incorporates French and Russian ballet techniques, develops flexibility, coordination, increases memory and promotes physical fitness. The consistent class structure focuses on respect for others and for the art of
"View highlights from past Nutcracker performance"
San Francisco Youth Ballet’s 2011 Nutcracker
San Francisco Youth Ballet's 2010 Nutcracker
San Francisco Youth Ballet Presents The 15th Annual Performance of The Nutcracker
THREE shows ONLY! Saturday December 12, 2015 @ 1pm & 5pm Sunday December 13, 2015 @ 5pm Mercy High School Theatre, 3250 19th Ave. San Francisco CA 94132 (Across from Stonestown Galleria Mall)
Tickets $24 in advance & $26 at the door (Child and Adult)
* SF Youth Ballet's Nutcracker was nominated for 6th Annual Goldstar National Nutcracker Award
Join us as SFYBT celebrate its 15th annual performance of "The Nutcracker" This magical, full-length version of The Nutcracker features Bernadette Torres, Carlo DiDio, former Principal dancers with the California Ballet Company and the wonderful talent from the San Francisco Youth Ballet Academy.
The dance tells the story of young Clara, who dreams that her gift of a toy nutcracker soldier comes to life. Together they experience a grand adventure that takes them through an epic battle with the Mouse King to the Sugar Plum Fairy's magical Kingdom of Sweets. This 2-hour production is geared toward families and is a perfect opportunity to introduce young children to this holiday ballet tradition.
As always, there will be photo opportunities with different characters after all performances and treats for the children.