Brian Fisher teaching contemporary class at SF Ballet School
© Erik Tomasson
Brian Fisher earned a BFA in dance from NYU Tisch School of the Arts and spent the next decade in New York working with a variety of choreographers including Doug Varone, Rosalind Newman, and Igal Perry. During that time he also performed on Broadway in La Cage aux Folles and toured with a variety of shows. In 1992 he joined ODC Dance San Francisco, where he danced for 15 years. In addition, he has performed as a guest artist for various Bay Area choreographers including Robert Moses, Sonya Delwaide, and Sally Streets. Brian continues to enjoy longtime associations with the Mark Foehringer Dance Project/SF and Sean Dorsey Dance. He was also honored to receive the Isadora Duncan Dance Award. Brian has taught contemporary technique for a number of organizations including Berkeley Ballet Theater, the Lines BFA program through Dominican College, and Teen Dance Company. He has also served as a guest lecturer for the dance department at Stanford University and is currently on faculty at the ODC teen dance curriculum, as well as the Conservatory for Contemporary Dance Arts.