Jessica Lang's work draws equally from modern dance and ballet, transforming and redefining movement with stunning visuals and emotional engagement.

Evening Program
Lyric Suite
The Calling
1000 Yard Stare
This Thing Called Love (West Coast Premiere)

*Family Matinee
Sat, Mar 2, 2PM
A mix of modern dance and ballet like you’ve never seen it before-all the same astonishing technical moves with stunning visuals and amazing costumes. This hour long event includes excerpts of the performance and provides an opportunity to learn more about the work directly from the artists.

Ticket Info

Regular admission: $45–$70

*Family Matinee — Sat, Mar 2

Regular admission: $25
Child (12 and under): $15

Listed prices do not include standard ticket processing fees. Processing fees are waived when tickets are purchased in person, or by becoming a YBCA Member.

YBCA Members

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About SF Performances

San Francisco Performances has been a leader in the Bay Area cultural scene since our founding in 1979. We have introduced hundreds of classical music, jazz and contemporary dance artists to audiences, including world-renowned performers like Yo-Yo Ma, the Juilliard String Quartet, Philip Glass, and the Paul Taylor Dance Company. With a strong curatorial vision, great artistic taste and adventurous programming, we are the city’s premier presenter of intimate concerts, solo recitals and dance.

San Francisco Performances also provides opportunities for audiences-from those who attend our concerts, to public school students who encounter music and dance for the very first time — to engage personally with artists and gain a deeper understanding of their work.

Quality, intimacy, access and enrichment – these are the hallmarks of San Francisco Performances. We seek out the world’s great artists and present them in intimate venues where audiences can connect more deeply with the art.

Photo: Sharon Bradford