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Short clip of Maillot's new "Taming of the Shrew"Does anyone know who the red-haired ballerina is?


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#16 Mathilde K

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Posted 12 July 2014 - 04:07 AM

The "survival" rates of such videos are extremely dependent on where the links are being posted. Doing this here, or on the British ballet forum, is almost a guarantee of their rapid extinction. Otherwise they may be available for a very long period of time. People recording at several Russian theatres do this with full knowledge of the management. And the whole (ballet) world is watching those Russian ballerinas. It is hard to think of better publicity. Every ballet goer knows that those YouTube videos are not at all comparable to seeing the performance in person and the availability of ballet recordings can only boost the numbers of ballet theatre patrons.



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Posted 12 July 2014 - 04:57 AM

...And the whole (ballet) world is watching those Russian ballerinas. It is hard to think of better publicity. Every ballet goer knows that those YouTube videos are not at all comparable to seeing the performance in person and the availability of ballet recordings can only boost the numbers of ballet theatre patrons.

 

Exactly....



#18 Amour

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Posted 12 July 2014 - 10:56 PM

I was very sad to see the ROH videos blocked. Luckily, I downloaded the Osipova/Acosta Manon but the performance that had DGV, Rhapsody & McGregor's disappeared before I had a chance to capture the bits I liked.


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