Frances Chung

Principal Dancer, San Francisco Ballet

Born: Vancouver, Canada

Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Frances Chung trained at the Goh Ballet Academy before joining the Company in 2001. She was promoted to soloist in 2005 and principal dancer in 2009. Chung has danced a diverse range of roles including the Sugar Plum Fairy, Grand Pas de Deux Ballerina, and Snow Queen in Tomasson’s Nutcracker; the Enchanted Princess in Tomasson’s The Sleeping Beauty; Neopolitan, Russian Princess, and pas de trois in Tomasson’s Swan Lake; and the Queen of the Dryads in Tomasson/Possokhov’s Don Quixote. Her repertory also includes lead roles in Balanchine’s Symphony in C, Divertimento No. 15, and “Emeralds”; Bintley’s The Dance House; Elo’s Double Evil; Forsythe’s in the middle, somewhat elevated; Lubovitch's “…smile with my heart” and Elemental Brubeck; Makarova’s Paquita; Possokhov’s Fusion; and Welch’s Naked. Among other honors, Chung was a finalist and prizewinner at the Prix de Lausanne in 2000 and received the top honor of a silver medal at the Adeline Genée Awards in London that same year.

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Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Frances Chung trained at the Goh Ballet Academy before joining the Company in 2001. She was promoted to soloist in 2005 and principal dancer in 2009. Chung has danced a diverse range of roles including the Sugar …

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Companies

San Francisco Ballet, United States

Principal Dancer

2009 - Current

San Francisco Ballet, United States

Corps de Ballet

2001 - 2005