Events & Performances


Harrowing

  • Friday, April 17, 8pm
  • Saturday, April 18th, 8pm
  • Sunday, April 19th, 8pm

Free Event

SFCD to present intimate, in-studio showings of former Batsheva dancer Bobbi Jene Smith's latest choreographic project, Harrowing, a duet featuring Smith and former standout Alonzo King Lines dancer David Harvey.

While admission is free, donations to the artists are strongly encouraged. Please note that reservations are required as space for guests in the studio is limited and admission will be strictly controlled. Reservations not claimed in person by the scheduled start time will become void immediately to allow admission to those on a waiting list.

Reserve seats and/or donate HERE.

Contact megan@sfconservatoryofdance.org for more information.

April "Work Nights"

  • Wednesday and Thursday April 22 and 23, 8 pm
  • Wednesday and Thursday April 29 and 30, 8 pm

Free Event

Studio 270
301 Eighth Street (at Folsom)
San Francisco

"Work Nights" is the name for a series of free, informal showings of work being developed at the Conservatory—by our students, faculty, and resident companies. Engaged as we are in the development of dance art and artists, our aim with Work Nights is to provide the dancers a chance to perform while giving audience members an opportunity to view dances in a very early stage of development.

The April edition of Work Nights will feature work created by independent artists Katharine Hawthorne and Erin Malley in collaboration with SFCD's advanced dancers. Katharine and Erin were selected as the finalists from among several dozen applicants for SFCD's spring semester Choreographic Residency. The program will also include the presentation of work-in-progress by one or more of SFCD's resident companies (full program TBA).

End-of-Semester Student Showcase

  • Thursday, May 14, 8 pm

Free Event

Studio 270
301 Eighth Street (at Folsom)
San Francisco

Join us for an informal, in-studio showcase celebrating the work of our advanced, year-round students.The program will feature work created by the students and faculty during the spring semester. Light refreshments will be served following the showing.




For more information contact Megan Kurashige,
Email: Megan@SFconservatoryofDance.org
Telephone: 415-640-7009