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#1 Helene

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Posted 03 April 2006 - 08:33 PM

What Is A Foreign Correspondent?

Foreign Correspondents are long-time members of Ballet Alert! who report to us about ballet and major companies outside North America. With their language skills and knowledge of ballet they are able to give us a clear reading on happenings of the major companies in their countries of expertise, and a read on both native language critics and the local ballet audiences. We have created a special group in recognition of their contribution to the board.

Foreign Correspondents may post about their subjects without attribution. You can identify Foreign Correspondents by their group, which is listed under their names in their posts, which is displayed as Foreign Correspondent (bold, italic, green).

Natalia is our Foreign Correspondent for Russia, including performances by Russian artists with non-Russian dance companies. Estelle is our Foreign Corespondent for France.

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Posted 04 February 2007 - 10:15 AM

leonid has very kindly agreed to become Foreign Correspondent for Great Britain. :dunno:


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