Tobin Del Cuore, photo: Andrew Weeks

Tobin Del Cuore, photo: Andrew Weeks

For Pixie by Danielle Rowe, presented by SFDanceworks at Dance For A Reason 2016, featuring Laura O'Malley and Brett Conway. Music by Nina Simone

SFDanceworks Season Two

June 22-24, 2017

Co-presented with ODC Theater
3153 17th St. @ Shotwell, San Francisco

SFDanceworks Season Two featured six distinct pieces, ranging from the works of influential master choreographers to world premieres from emerging artists, celebrating the past, present, and future of contemporary dance.  Joining SFDanceworks was Pascal Molat, former principal dancer with the San Francisco Ballet, in a special presentation of José Limón's seminal solo work, Chaconne.

"Sofranko's notion of contemporary classicism can fill an aesthetic need in this community. I await season two."
-Allan Ulrich, The San Francisco Chronicle



(US Premiere)
Choreography: Christopher Bruce, CBE
Music: Arvo Pärt


choreography: José Limón
music: J.S. Bach
Violinist: Rene Mandel
Dancer: Pascal Molat

Soir Bleu

choreography:  Penny Saunders
music: Paul Moore, Jacques Ammon, Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, and Daniel Hope

Never Was

choreography: Alejandro Cerrudo
music: henry Purcell, George frideric Handel

(World Premiere)

choreography: James graham

For Pixie

choreography: Danielle Rowe
music: Nina Simone

SFDanceworks Season Two Sponsor:
Larissa K. Roesch and Calder C. Roesch

Inaugural Season, June 23-25, 2016

SFDanceworks debuted in 2016 with 3 sold out performances, featuring 5 works, including 3 world premieres, co-presented with the ODC Theater, San Francisco.  Click here to read the reviews.

The Inaugural Season program:

Adagio from Concerto Six Twenty-Two
choreography: Lar Lubovitch
music: W.A. Mozart

choreography: Alejandro Cerrudo
music: Davendra Banhart

Joe & Ida
(world premiere in conjunction with Grand Rapids Ballet)

choreography: Penny Saunders
music:  Gundermann, Michael Nyman, Kimya Dawson, Christos Hatzis, Thomas Ades, Anne Muller, Johnny Maddox

(world premiere)

choreography: Dana Genshaft
music: Max Richter

(world premiere)

choreography:  James Sofranko
music: Bob Crosby