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Under New Director, Ballet San Antonio Will Go Ahead With New Season

“The coronavirus had barely arrived in Germany just before Sofiane Sylve was hired Feb. 1 as the new artistic advisor for Ballet San Antonio. Her experiences there in May with strict coronavirus protocols at the Dresden Semperoper Ballett, where she is principal dancer and ballet master, gave her insight into how BSA will adapt its teaching and performances to keep dancers and audiences safe.” – Rivard Report (San Antonio)
Tags: Art, Germany, Dance, Bsa, Sofiane Sylve, Ballet San Antonio, 06.23.20, Dresden Semperoper Ballett


Remaining Rape Charge Against Ex-Ballet San Antonio Dancer Dismissed

Earlier this month, a jury found Hugo Ihosvany Rodriguez not guilty of the alleged rape of a fellow Ballet San Antonio dancer in March of 2017. He was still being held for trial on a separate charge involving another woman later the following July. Last week, that case was quietly dismissed due to a missing witness.
Tags: Art, Dance, Ballet San Antonio, 11.23.18, Hugo Ihosvany Rodriguez


Acquitted On One Rape Charge, Ex-San Antonio Ballet Dancer Faces A Second

“A former dancer and once rising star of Ballet San Antonio remains in jail accused of sexual assault after he was found not guilty recently of a different sexual assault charge. In both cases, Hugo Ihosvany Rodriguez, 27, was accused by female dancers in the ballet company.”
Tags: Art, Dance, Ballet San Antonio, San Antonio Ballet, Hugo Ihosvany Rodriguez, 11.11.18


Ex-San Antonio Ballet Dancer Found Not Guilty In Rape Trial

“A jury took less than three hours Friday to find a former Ballet San Antonio dancer not guilty in a sexual assault case brought by a ballerina in the company. The defense had argued that the accuser regretted having consensual sex as the two slept in her apartment bed in March 2017. Prosecutors said Hugo Ihosvany Rodriguez, 27, once a rising star with the dance company, never received a hint of approval yet forced himself on her.”
Tags: Art, Dance, Ballet San Antonio, 11.03.18, San Antonio Ballet, Hugo Ihosvany Rodriguez


Ballet San Antonio May Give Up Live Musicians For Its 'Nutcracker'

"[San Antonio] Symphony CEO David Gross says they offered Ballet San Antonio a reduced rate of $150,000 for a 2-week multi-show run, but the ballet company couldn't commit."
Tags: Art, Dance, San Antonio, David Gross, 04.18.17, Ballet San Antonio