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Nutcracker Chair Dance Ballet Class and Lecture

12/3/2019 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM PT

RSVP to (415) 387-1375 or info@sfvillage.org

The American holiday tradition of Nutcracker performances started here in San Francisco in 1944, and this December San Francisco Ballet celebrates 75 years of the Nutcracker.  Join San Francisco Ballet School Faculty Member Cecelia Beam and Piano Supervisor Jamie Narushchen in a one-hour Nutcracker inspired Chair Dance Class.  This class is done entirely in a chair and suitable for all abilities.Community and family members, care partners and friends are all welcome!  Wear loose and comfortable clothing. Immediately following the dance class,San Francisco Ballet’s Associate Director Jennie Scholick,PhD will give a brief history of San Francisco Ballet’s Nutcracker, along with former soloist Lauren Strongin who will share what it’s like to dance this holiday favorite.

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