July 10, 2006
On the SF Ballet & Dance
Tonight, my French pals gathered for a networking and cultural event at Ropers, Majeski, Kohn & Bentley in Redwood City, CA. They know how to do things right - the food is always a cut above other events, the wine just right and the after discussion is always alive.
Last time I attended one of these, I met the premier wine grower of Opus. And then voila, after his presentation, we sampled and then sampled some more :-)
Tonight, DBF: Muriel Maffre talks about her life in dance, where she is the principal dancer in the San Francisco Ballet.
She has created, premiered, and performed roles in ballets by artistic Director/choreographer Tomasson, and by Ashton, Balanchine, Bournonville, Forsythe, Morris, Petipa, Ratmansky, Robbins, Tudor and Welch.
To attend these events, it is $30 unless you are a member of the French American Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco, in which case there's a $5 discount.
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