ballet performances and Nutcracker performances in San Francisco
and the Bay Area, visit the Mark Foehringer
Dance Project of San Francisco. Expert choreography and
dance come alive within the performances.
Dance is one of the most welcomed forms of human art. Ballet performances and other forms of dance are wonderful ways to embrace both the complexities of contemporary society and the life asserting essence of movement and art. Our stage allows for the coming together of some of the most memorable performances both past and present-related such as the Nutcracker performances. If you want to experience dance at its fullest, come to us for the various memorable performances including purchasing Nutcracker tickets.
Mark Foehringer Dance Project of San Francisco, has served the Bay Area for over 38 years. We bring stories to life with our classical ballet performances including one of the most famous of stories, our 50 minute Nutcracker performances. We are an internationally known choreographer and dance educator due to the amazing expertise of Mark Foehringer. Based in San Francisco, our contemporary dance organization implements the many elements and kinetic chorography-based aspects to provide dancers with an amazing experience performing contemporary ballet.
SUMMER 2013 CLASSES:
Mark Foehringer's Conservatory for Contemporary Dance Arts offers open ballet classes with Mark Foehringer, for intermediate/advanced dancers ages 12 and up. This class is designed to address the alignment and placement of intermediate and advanced dancers in a dynamic 2 hour session.
Monday July 22 through Friday July 26, from 6 to 8 pm at San Jose State University.
Open classes with Mark Foehringer will continue the week of August 5 through 9, also from 6 to 8 pm at SJSU.
The SJSU dance studios are located on 4th street between San Fernando and San Carlos in the Natural Sciences building also know as Washington Square Hall in San Jose, CA.
Our breath-taking ballet performances bring in many dance-inspired viewers to witness astonishing work. Our Nutcracker performances are favored by many for we fully commit ourselves to making the magic of the story really come alive. For more information on our upcoming performances, services, Nutcracker tickets and more please visit our website.
Here at Mark Foehringer Dance Project, Nutcracker tickets are only $25. With these tickets you are purchasing the ability to see one of the best Nutcracker Performances, and the enjoyment of togetherness with the family for the holiday season. We pride ourselves for our Nutcracker performances of the Nutcracker Sweets is one of our most highly acclaimed ballet performances as of yet. If you are from the Bay Area or San Francisco feel free to attend a magical evening.
Mark Foehringer Dance Project is your number one dance destination for contemporary ballet and ballet performances that are unmatched in Francisco and Bay Area. Coming this holiday season are our Nutcracker performances; don’t miss out and buy your Nutcracker tickets! We are a dance project that turns dance into art, by retelling some of the most memorable stories of all time with amazing performances.
Foehringer is a producer, presenter, director, choreographer and teacher who has received two Fulbright Scholar Grants to hold residency in Perú in 2007 and 2012. His work has also been supported by numerous grants including generous contributions from:
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The San Francisco and Bay Area come alive with
ballet performances and the Nutcracker performances.
Join us today! Call us for
ballet and Nutcracker tickets!
Mark Foehringer Dance Project|SF (MFDP|SF) was incorporated in 2002. The company was founded in 1996 to support and produce the creative projects of its choreographer and director, Mark Foehringer. Enriched by collaborative process, MFDP|SF seeks to bring diverse original dance work to a variety of communities on an annual basis. We believe in dance as a basic human art, embracing both the complexities of contemporary society and the life affirming essence of movement.
Nov 21, 2012