Inside the studio with Mark Foehringer Dance Project|SF
Mark Foehringer Dance Project|SF has moved its operations to Kunst- Stoff Arts at One Grove Street in San Francisco.
Besides our on site offices, we hold open ballet classes taught by Mark Foehringer on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 am to 11:30 am.
On May 4 we are holding an open house from 3:30 to 6 pm. Come and hear about our upcoming season. The afternoon will features the works by our mentoring program, Young Choreographer's Forum; a performance by Mark Foehringer's Conservatory for Contemporary Dance Arts and a performance of Foehringer's new duet performed by Marina Fukushima and Brian Fisher.
Meet our board of directors and dancers.
For more information, call 415-640-2784 or email Mark@mfdpsf.org
Company Auditions 2014
April 13 from 2 to 6 pm
At our new home: Kunst-Stoff Arts, One Grove Street, San Francisco
Mark Foehringer Dance Project|SF seeks dancers with significant ballet training and experience with contemporary and partnering.
Rehearsals begin July 7.
- world premiere in September
- Mark Foehringer's Nutcracker Sweets in December
- New York performances in January
- Dancing in the Park SF in April
- International tour in June.
Please send resume and photo to Mark@mfdpsf.org The work is very physically challenging. We do not hire dancers with injuries or healing from an injury.
About Mark's Class
Foehringer's class focuses on alignment, coordination and proper use of turn out. This class is appropriate for intermediate and advanced dancers only.
Foehringer was trained by Russian, French, English and Cuban teachers while growing up in Brazil. He is certified in ABT National Training Curriculum and NeuroMuscular Therapy.
He brings a wealth of knowledge to his ballet classes. Realizing that everyone's dance experience with ballet is different, he creates a structure that is easily accessible to most dancers.
He has trained dancers who gone on to perform with Dresden SemperOper Ballett, Batsheva (Israel), Royal Swedish Ballet, Gothenburg (Sweden) Ballet, Lar Lubovitch and San Francisco Ballet, among others.
Proper dance wear required.