Diana Vishneva in the USA
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Posted 23 February 2006 - 07:20 AM
(He is developing a solo program for Ms. Vishneva, which will include an all-female corps de ballet.)
Hope we get more information on this soon!
Posted 27 February 2006 - 10:57 AM
edited to clarify: There was no mention of Vishneva, I'm just hoping that she will be included on the Kirov tour. Here are dates & venues from the brochure:
Orange Co. Performing Arts Cntr, Segerstrom Hall,10/17 - 19 Romeo & Juliet,10/20-22 Swan Lake
National Arts Center, Southam Hall, Ottowa, Canada 10/26-29 (no rep listed yet)
Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, 11/1-5 (no rep listed yet)
Wang Center, Boston, 11/8-12 (no rep listed yet)
Posted 20 March 2006 - 09:14 AM
growsonwalls: Dear Diana, are you sick (flu, cold) or are you injured? Either way, hope you are healthy soon! Get well soon!
Diana: I had a flu. But I began to work already. Thank for wishes
Nora: Sorry to hear that you will not be able to dance Ondine because of your health. How disappointing! Anyway, get well soon. I look forward to seeing your performances again. Do you have any plan to tour with Mariinsky Ballet this year?
Diana: Thanks for wishes. I plan to participate in performances of Mariinsky theatre in USA (October)and Japan (November - December).
This is wonderful news, and for those who are big fans of Diana's unique, charming English (that I affectionately call Dianglish), there is even more wonderful news to be found in these answers. Diana, it seems, has finally learned it's "Thanks" instead of "Thank." I will miss "Thank" though ...
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