Past Performances

Classics

Con Amore
Choreographed by Lew Christensen
Staged by Damara Bennett
World premiere performed by SFB on March 10, 1953
Contra Costa Ballet’s premiere on May 20, 2000

Etudes Suite
Choreographed by Harald Lander
Staged by Zola Dishong and Richard Cammack

Firebird
Choreographed by Charles Anderson after Michel Fokine

Glazounov Suite
Choreographed by Richard Cammack and Zola Dishong
Les Sylphides
Choreographed by Michel Fokine
Staged by Nikolai Kabaniaev
Assisted by Zola Dishong
World premiere performed on February 23, 1903
Contra Costa Ballet’s premiere on April 25, 2003

Napoli
Choreographed by August Bournonville
Staged by Katarina Wester

Paquita
Choreographed by Natalia Makarova after Marius Petipa
Staged by Nikolai Kabaniaev

Pas de Quatre
Choreographed by Anton Dolin

Reverie
Choreographed by Richard Cammack

Serenade
Choreographed by George Balanchine
Staged by Suki Schorer
Assisted by Zola Dishong
World premiere performed by SAB on June 10, 1934

Sleeping Beauty Variations
Choreographed by Marius Petipa
Staged by David Hicks
Assisted by Joy Petrash

Stars and Stripes
Choreographed by George Balanchine
Staged by Suki Schorer
Assisted by Rachel Greenwood
World Premiere performed on January 17, 1958

Swan Lake
Choreographed by Lev Ivanov and Marius Petipa
Staged by Nikolai Kabaniaev
Assisted by Zola Dishong
World premiere performed on January 27, 1895

Tarantella
Choreographed by George Balanchine
Staged by Suki Schorer
Assisted by Richard Cammack

Valse Fantaisie
Choreographed by George Balanchine
Staged by Suki Schorer
Assisted by Zola Dishong
World premiere performed in 1953
Contra Costa Ballet’s premiere on August 14, 1993

Contemporary

An Early Evening Bacchanal
Choreographed by Charles Anderson

Anitra’s Song
Choreographed by Charles Anderson

Bolero
Choreographed by Viktor Kabaniaev
World premiere performed by Contra Costa Ballet on April 25, 2003

Cobalt
Choreographed by Charles Anderson

Creek Dance
Staged by Zola Dishong

Get Shorty
Choreographed by Charles Anderson

Hush
Choreographed by Charles Anderson

Mental Floss
Choreographed by Charles Anderson
World premiere performed by Contra Costa Ballet on May 20, 2000

Mes Enfants
Choreographed by Charles Anderson

Night in Tunisia
Choreographed by Charles Anderson

Sh-Boom!
Choreographed by Michael Smuin
Assisted by Joy Petrash

Who Cares?!
Choreographed by George Balanchine
Staged by Charles Anderson

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