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Eric Bruhn Prize - May 20, 2002!!

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#16 Saveta



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Posted 28 May 2002 - 07:57 AM

Very nicely said Paquita:)
I agree completely.
I feel that true artist should posses both- unique artistic personality and strong technique. Of course, both (especially artistic expression) sometimes take time and life experience to develop. Also competitions are tough on dancers, I'm sure that stage fright and pressure are obviously higher than normally.
I think that the most important thing is what Rex Harington said- with quality of dancing as it was in this competition, the future of ballet is secured.


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