Upcoming Performances

Hiller Aviation Museum:

Bay Area Ballet Conservatory:

Journeys & Destinations

Preview: July 9-10, 2022

Full length: July 23-24, 2022

Tickets available now! Oceanica Ballet presents Journeys & Destinations, a showcase of ballets celebrating the places life takes us. Catch a special preview July 9-10 at Hiller Aviation Museum with purchase of museum admission, featuring works by Bay Area choreographers Edgar Lepe, Robert Burns Lowman, Isabelle Sjahsam, Connolly Strombeck, and Jessica Woodman. See the full-length performance of Journeys & Destinations at Bay Area Ballet Conservatory July 23-24. Purchase tickets below:

Special Previews July 9-10 at 12:30pm & 2:30pm at Hiller Aviation Museum (Included with purchase of museum admission here)

Full-Length Performances at Bay Area Ballet Conservatory, 275 Wattis Way, South San Francisco, CA 94080:

July 23 at 4pm (Click here to purchase)

July 23 at 7pm (Click here to purchase)

July 24 at 1pm (Click here to purchase)

July 24 at 4pm (Click here to purchase)

Special Preview of Journeys & Destinations | July 9-10, 2022 at Hiller Aviation Museum

Journeys & Destinations | July 23-24, 2022 at Bay Area Ballet Conservatory

Sleepy Hollow & Lupita | October 15-16, 2022

Past Performances

Symbiosis

April 2-3, 2022

A vibrant collage of classical and contemporary ballets by Patience Gordon, Vinnie Jones, Edgar Lepe, and Robert Burns Lowman exploring themes of cohabitation, coexistence, and collaboration. 

Harvest Moon

October 16-17, 2021

San Francisco Bay Area choreographers Isabelle Sjahsam, Jessica Woodman, Edgar Lepe, Robert Burns Lowman, and Connolly Strombeck present five world premiere ballets of elegance, whimsy, and contemplation.

Blue Skies

July 17-18, 2021

Read a review of Blue Skies in Everything South City:

Oceánica Ballet Blue Skies Inaugural Opening: A Wavicle of Enchanting and Joyful Delight

Featuring five world premiere ballets exploring themes of resilience, hope, and joy by Constanza Murphy, Edgar Lepe, Jessica Woodman, Matthew Ebert, and Robert Burns Lowman.