Sensorium returns to SF Ballet on Tuesday, February 25th

SAN FRANCISCO BALLET HOSTS SENSORIUM: AN EVENING OF DANCE, ART, AND MUSIC ON FEBRUARY 25, 2020

IOC18DRE_ET31933_CE.t5ae27835.m800.w.2SFBWS_long.png.x6-2ITgLjSofiane Sylve and Tiit Helimets in Liang’s The Infinite Ocean. (© Erik Tomasson)

Tickets on sale today at sfballet.org/sensorium

SAN FRANCISCO, Tuesday, January 28, 2020San Francisco Ballet (SF Ballet) presents its fifth-ever Sensorium at the War Memorial Opera House on Tuesday, February 25 from 7 to 11:30 pmTickets start at $35 for the evening, which includes interactive pop-up installations, food and drinks for purchase, an 8 pm performance of Edwaard Liang’s The Infinite Ocean and Mark Morris’ Sandpaper Ballet, and an after party in the lobby and lower level of the Opera House. Sensorium transforms the Opera House into a total sensory experience, offering opportunities to learn about pointe shoes, ballet buns, and tutus. Fashion designer Lan Jaenicke returns with an on-site “instant couture” mini-atelier pop-up, one of many Sensorium art installations curated by local artist and founder of Sequoia Design Lab James Buckhouse.

Sensorium ticket buyers who are also members of ENCORE! are invited to a pre-party at 5:30 pm to have a drink and snack with the next generation of ballet supporters. ENCORE! hosts social, networking, and educational events for young Bay Area professionals interested in gaining a behind-the-scenes perspective on SF Ballet.

Sensorium tickets go on sale to the general public today. Tickets begin at $35 and may be purchased online at sfballet.org/sensorium

 

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