October 23, 2021

Community News

Health Beat TV: "Youth in Arts" Featuring Ballerina Angela Watson
May 21, 2019

News Courtesy The Health Beat Television Show, Carolyn Watson~~

A Call To Action:
Donate by Texting
Youth to 707070
A Call To Action:
SAN FRANCISCO BALLET SCHOOL 2019 1st Annual Spring Festival (formerly Student Showcase)
Be in the house when the curtain comes up on the next generation of dancers. The evening raises funds essential for the support of the scholarship and financial aid programs of San Francisco Ballet School. Tickets are available NOW online for performances onWednesday May 22nd (6pm), Thursday May 23rd and Friday May 24th (7:30pm). Angela will perform on all three evenings as a member of the Upper Level Student Performers in the S.F. Ballet School Demonstrations and in the D'isoline Ballet's 9 Women, specially choreographed on them by Helgi Tomasson, S.F. Ballet Artistic Director. Move quickly before all tickets sell out. Check out the 2018HIGHLIGHTS here and locate your tickets here.
2019 Spring Festival
Big Congratulations to Angela as she is named as the David Palmer Scholar Student of the Year 2018-2019 (made possible by Carol Emory and the Wingate Foundation).
Carol Emory and John Wingate inaugurated their San Francisco Ballet School scholarship support in the year that David Palmer retired from his role as principal dancer at San Francisco Ballet, and thus named the scholarship in his honor. Mr. Wingate has since passed away, but his son, Todd Wingate, continues to fund the scholarship as part of his father's generous legacy through the Wingate Foundation.
Thank you to San Francisco Ballet, San Francisco Ballet School, San Francisco Ballet Foundation and Carol Emory, Todd Wingate and the Wingate Foundation!
San Francisco NutcrackerBallet 2019
The story of the Nutcracker is best told year after year on the stage of the War Memorial Opera House as danced by the San Francisco Ballet Company for the past 74 years. This year will be no different, with one exception. Our young ballerina Miss Angela Watson has hung up her Princess Clara tiara and her Dragonfly wings after dancing the lead role of Clara for 2 consecutive seasons (the one and only African-American to do so in the 74 year history of the S.F. Ballet Nutcracker - historical!) and she has now moved on to train as an Advanced Women’s Preprofessional. However, while you may not have had the pleasure of her performance on stage last season, this year marks the 75th Annual S.F.Nutcracker Season, and you might chance a glance of her in a character role such as a small Snow Flake or Flower from the Land of Dreams when you purchase your tickets to this long time Holiday Tradition, the most exquisite in the Nation. ExploreNutcracker and the upcoming schedule of performances and exciting activities of this specialHoliday Tradition and 75th Year Celebration, opening December 11-29, 2019 (GroupTix):
Above Angela dances in the Leading Character Role ofClara for the 2nd consecutive season in the 2017 S.F.Nutcracker Ballet. For the 2018 S.F. Nutcracker BalletSeason Angela made several "Character Appearances" as a Snowflake, Flower and French Girl.
More showtime details to follow soon. Tickets go on sale to the general public on September 17, 2019.
It's all "Snow Much Fun"!
Nutcracker Trailer
Please help us to continue to raise up our youth in Academics and Arts by supporting the Youth in Arts programs. Remember, ART SAVES LIVES! Thank you for your support.
Preventive Care Pathways 501(c)(3) | 510-665-8675 | 5709 Market Street, Oakland, CA 94608 | www.drwatsonwellness.com

Related Articles · More Articles
Please consider being a witness to this historic event: International Tribunal 2021 We Charge Genocide! Much, if not all, of the work that we and our organizations are doing is addressed in the six charges being presented – recognition from the international jurors will only help our work moving forward regardless of the outcome.
Mayor London N. Breed and Supervisor Rafael Mandelman have initiated steps to work with the Sheriff and the Adult Probation Department to reform San Francisco’s electronic monitoring program. This public safety tool needs reforms to achieve its original deterrence function, while also serving as an alternative to incarceration.
Mayor London N. Breed today commemorated 25 years of organics recovery in what has been hailed as the most successful, comprehensive, and innovative composting program in the country. Since 1996, residents and businesses have recovered organic material, primarily food scraps, away from landfills and applied to local farmland, vineyards, and ranches. Today, the City collects more than 500 tons per day from the green bin.
Back To Archives