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Students and alumni celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Ruth Asawa School of the Arts

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Well-schooled: a RASOTA student shines onstage
PHOTO BY RAPT PRODUCTIONS

This year, all ten graduating dancers are off to colleges — many of which have distinguished dance departments. One of them, Marta says, was accepted at Juilliard. "It's the second year," she says with almost motherly pride. Juilliard is the country's toughest dance program to get into. 

"RUTH ASAWA SAN FRANCISCO SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 30TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY DANCE CONCERT"

Fri/18-Sat/19, 8pm, $18-$28

Palace of Fine Arts

3301 Lyon, SF

www.sfsota.org

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