NEWSLETTER




    


"Tutto Eccetto Il Lavandino," Smuin Ballet, Keith Sutter, photographer



THE WORLD PREMIERE OF “IF I WERE A SUSHI ROLL” FOR SMUIN BALLET; “IBSEN’S HOUSE” RETURNS TO SAN FRANCISCO BALLET; THE ENCORE OF “IN PIECES” FOR COLORADO BALLET, AND “TUTTO ECCETTO IL LAVANDINO (Everything But The Kitchen Sink)” FOR EUGENE BALLET, HIGHLIGHT THE BEGINNING OF MY 2018 SEASON

 The world premiere on April 20, 2018 of “If I were A Sushi Roll” will be my fourth ballet to enter the repertoire of Smuin Ballet.  The music is by Nico Muhly & Teitur, Costume Design by Susan Roemer, and Set Design by Douglas Schmidt. I’m also very excited about the return of “Ibsen’s House” in February to San Francisco Ballet; this ballet originally had its debut in SFB’s 75th Anniversary Season. “Tutto Eccetto Il Lavandino (everything but the kitchen sink)” will mark my first ballet to enter the repertoire of Eugene Ballet, and “In Pieces,” with amazing costume designs by Sandra Woodall and the music of Poul Ruders, will have its encore performances this March with Colorado Ballet. These and works for Diablo Ballet and The University of Utah School of Dance Ballet Program, along with other works, complete the first quarter of 2018. 


I  so appreciate your continued enthusiasm and support.

  For more information about the above productions, as well as many others, please visit the PERFORMANCES section on my website 

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"Tutto Eccetto Il Lavandino," Smuin Ballet, Keith Sutter

Photography: Jane Rehm, Joshua Reynolds



Lambarena, San Francisco Ballet--Lorena Feijoo, Pierre-Francois Vilanoba.

Photography: Erik Tomasson


In an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle a few months ago, I was asked about how I got started on a career in dance, and then in choreography. This article, "Val Caniparoli - S.F. Ballet's 'Tears' one of many creations" gives a good recap of my trajectory, for those of you who are interested.

http://www.sfgate.com/performance/article/Val-Caniparoli-S-F-Ballet-s-Tears-one-of-5242855.php