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PROGRAM 6

PROGRAM 6

PRISM • FINALE FINALE WORLD PREMIERE • RHODEN WORLD PREMIERE

Be the first to experience world premieres by Dwight Rhoden (LET’S BEGIN AT THE END) and Christopher Wheeldon (Cinderella), two of SF audiences’ favorite dancemakers, sharing a program with Tomasson’s stunning ode to neoclassicism, Prism.

Apr 6–15, 2022

Prism

Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven

Choreographer: Helgi Tomasson

FINALE FINALE World Premiere

Composer: Darius Milhaud

Choreographer: Christopher Wheeldon

Dwight Rhoden World Premiere

Composers: Rodrigo Sigal, Luke Howard, Philip Glass, Kirill Richter, Hans Zimmer

Choreographer: Dwight Rhoden

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Prism

Costume Design: Martin Pakledinaz
Lighting Design: Mark Stanley

World Premiere: May 3, 2000—New York City Ballet, Diamond Project, New York State Theater; New York, New York

San Francisco Ballet Premiere: January 30, 2001—War Memorial Opera House; San Francisco, California

Music: Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Op. 15. Costumes constructed by Barbara Matera, Ltd., New York, New York. Fabric dyeing by Dye-Namix, New York, New York.

Finale Finale (World Premiere)

Lighting Design: Alexander V. Nichols

Finale Finale© by Christopher Wheeldon

World Premiere: April 6, 2022—San Francisco Ballet, War Memorial Opera House; San Francisco, California

Music: Le Bœuf sur le toit, Op. 58.

Dwight Rhoden World Premiere

Costume Design: Christine Darch
Lighting Design: Michael Korsch
Assistant to the Choreographer: Clifford Williams

World Premiere: April 6, 2022—San Francisco Ballet, War Memorial Opera House; San Francisco, California

Music: Original composition by Rodrigo Sigal; Prelude for a Single Voice and The Map Is Not the Territory by Luke Howard, used by permission of the composer; The Secret Agent for Solo Cello, "Primacy of Number" from Naqoyqatsi and Song V from Songs and Poems for Solo Cello by Philip Glass, © 1995, 2001 Dunvagen Music Publishers Inc. used by permission; Chronos by Kirill Richter, used by permission of the composer; "Time" from Inception by Hans Zimmer, © 2010 Universal Music Corp. and Warne Olive Music LLC, used by permission. Costumes constructed by Christine Darch.