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Friday, October 15, 2010

Stars of the 21st Century

If you're like me, your reaction to seeing a good ballet performance is a toddler-like "Do that AGAIN! I wanna see that AGAIN!"
So, to feed the inner toddler of those of you who were at the Stars of the 21st Century gala in Toronto last night, and as a treat suitable for a leisurely Sunday afternoon for those of you who couldn't make it, I have compiled a YouTube version with many of the pieces and dancers we saw. Enjoy!

Flames of Paris pas de deux with Daniil Simkin:

Les Bourgeois with Daniil Simkin (choreography by Ben Van Cauwenberg):

Caravaggio (choreography by Mauro Bigonzetti) with the Berlin State Ballet

Le Grand pas de deux (choreography by Christian Spuck, here with the dancers who created the piece, Robert Tewsley and Julia Kraemer)

Coppelia pas de deux with Zdenek Konvalina and Bridgett Zehr

Diamonds pas de deux excerpt, here with Houston Ballet

Arepo (choreography by Maurice Bejart) with Alessio Carbone of the Paris Opera Ballet

Don Quixote pas de deux with Denis and Anastasia Matvienko (pdd starts at about the 2 minute mark)

Radio and Juliet (choreography by Edward Clug) with Denis and Anastasia Matvienko

Katherine Barber
Tours en l'air
Ballet Holidays


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