I liked Goriacheva in the first movement of Symphony in C. It wasn't really the 1st movement the way I'm used to seeing it at NYCB, which I admire very much. She was light, fresh and musical, not mannered. I believe it was her birthday when she went on, too. And I never tought of her doing the 3rd movement because the Bolshoi because the divine Ms. Maria Alexandrovna did that movement and she was something special. A big woman with a big jump, she had so much verve.
Bolshoi in DC -- Nutcracker
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