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#1 Nadezhda

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Posted 24 March 2001 - 05:21 AM

I was watching the Makrova's Ballerina series and in her fourth (the last) part Makarova brought up the conversation about the young very talented dancers. One of them was a Brasilian girl, named Cecilia Kerche and I was wondering if anyone knows, where she is now.

I found her quite lovely and a promising dancer indeed, so I would like to know very much, how she went on.

Thanks in advance!

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#2 Kevin Ng

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Posted 24 March 2001 - 05:43 AM

I remember she's done some guesting with the English National Ballet in recent years, but I've never seen her dancing.

#3 Snow Flake

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Posted 25 March 2001 - 06:56 PM

Of course I know this dancer! She is probably the most important brazilian dancer. I have seen she dancing many times in festivals in Brazil and as guest dancer in several Nutcrackers. She started dancing in Sao Paulo, and later she joined to the Teatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro. She also participated in a lot of events in many countries, and danced as a guest with the Australian Ballet, ENB, Teatro Colon, Ballet Nacional do Chile, among others. Recently,
6 months ago, Cecília was invited by Natalia Makarova to dance her production of La Bayadère with Teatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro company, I guess with Jose Manuel Carreño. With the same company, she did the leading role of Nutcracker with ABT's soloist Marcelo Gomes (who is also brazilian)in 1999.
Cecíclia Kerche is the owner of "Só Dança" brand.

#4 Nadezhda

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Posted 26 March 2001 - 12:33 PM

Thank you Snow Flake! You really provided a lot of info. Thanks again. Posted Image
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You can't lie when you dance. It's so direct. You do what is in you. You can't dance out of the side of your mouth.
-Shirley MacLaine, in James Spada, Shirley and Warren (1985)


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