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Jane Simpson

Trinidad Sevillano

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The current edition of the magazine Dance Europe carries an interview with Trinidad Sevillano, in which she says she has already returned to dance - working with a small contemporary group - and is hoping to do Giselle soon, with the Victor Ullate company in Madrid.

If she can really come back, after 5 years away, in whatever sort of dance, it will be wonderful - and if she comes back to ballet, that is the happiest news I've heard in a long time!

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It is good news, Jane. Thanks for posting it. I loved her Juliet in the Ashton version. She's one of the most musical ballerinas I've ever seen.

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Besides her Juliet, I liked Trinidad Sevillano's Giselle with Matz Skoog with the English National Ballet. I seem to recall that she left the company because she didn't get to dance much later on in her career due to some disagreement with her artistic director Peter Schaufuss.

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Quick. Name three dancers who *didn't* have a disagreement with Peter Schaufuss smile.gif

Sevillano went to Boston Ballet from London Festival and then was supposed to do a few performances with the Royal, I believe, and then I lost track of her.

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if memory serves me correctly trinidad did ondine with the royal ballet. maybe a british contributor can confirm this?

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We wish!! Actually she did Chloe, very well too - but it was not long after that that she gave up dancing for a long time. I would have *loved* to have seen her join the Royal Ballet.

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