SF Ballet's New Works Festival
To celebrate their 75th anniversary, the San Francisco Ballet has mounted an ambitious festival of new works -- 10 world premieres by 10 renowned choreographers -- exploring the new directions that influential dance-makers are taking. In this special half-hour special, Spark follows the creation of three of these works, by Mark Morris, Margaret Jenkins, and Christopher Wheeldon.
This program is not currently scheduled for broadcast.
Celebrate the San Francisco Ballet's debut performance of Don Quixote and their 75th anniversary with Mark Morris, Margaret Jenkins, and Christopher Wheeldon.
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