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Terez   
On 4/10/2017 at 2:34 PM, Josette said:

Speaking of Angelo Greco, I saw him in the last movement of Tomasson's Trio over the weekend, and he was unreservedly wonderful in presence, full-out dancing and then some - stopping on a dime but unrushed, precise, exciting, musical - and outshining his technically strong but dull partner. Greco can dance up a storm beyond the multiple pirouettes and high-flying jumps. 

 

I agree on all that you said here, Josette! Greco is now my next-best-thing-to-Davit Karapetyan dancer. I hope he enjoys a long, injury-free career with the SFB.

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Terez   
14 hours ago, pherank said:

 

The Future:

 

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Wow. Just... wow. (Am seeing her as a future YY for the company.)

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Josette   

Thanks for posting this, pherank.

 

It's so odd to think of not seeing him, Vanessa, and Lorena on stage at the SF Opera House any more.  Davit came back to a full-length Swan Lake after nine months off due to injury and danced two performances of Diamonds earlier in the season. 

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pherank   

Kochetkova rehearsing, and Dores André and Luke Ingham doing who knows what. I hope that's not the latest Arthur Pita ballet.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BWY3LKZh8X4/?taken-by=balletrusse

 

Short video of Froustey rehearsing hops on pointe for Giselle, and then performing the same hops on stage in Moscow. She was fortunate to have Felipe Diaz along to coach.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BWc_j_CnKqp/?taken-by=lapetitefrench_

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pherank   

Short SFB video of Dores Andre

https://www.instagram.com/p/BWdjvKFlj3N/?taken-by=sfballet

 

Ballerina @doresadre shared her immigration story and how ballet has shaped her life. "Ballet is a way of expressing yourself with emotion and motion." See and read more on @britandco's website.

The Stories of Five Creative Immigrant Women

http://www.brit.co/from-the-outside-in/dores-andre-the-spanish-ballerina-pirouetting-her-way-to-stardom/?utm_source=instagram&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=immigrant-women

 

"With gorgeous dark features and a razor-sharp wit, principal dancer Dores André is a study in contrast. She has the charm and grace of Audrey Hepburn but swears like a sailor. Initially, she gives off the air of a laid-back Spaniard. But when it comes to her dancing career, Dores brings forth a palpable resolve. It’s a trait fired in her upbringing spent in the cutthroat world of ballet, where an inkling of doubt could mean the downfall of a budding career."

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pherank   

Dores Andre posted this "part 1" video that comes before the one above, and she identifies the "women" as being Myles Thatcher, Lonnie Weeks and Diego Cruz. And it's Emma Rubinowitz, Jahna Frantziskonis and Dores as the "men".

 

"Lollipop" by The Chordettes (or it may be someone else's version)

https://www.instagram.com/p/BXJ-XB1BIHZ/?taken-by=doresandre

"Nitty Gritty" by Shirley Ellis

https://www.instagram.com/p/BXJ_mPVBA7f/?taken-by=doresandre

 

The problem is, I want to see the entire music video! Not 5 seconds worth. But Emma posted the following: "Happy national dance day. Aspiring to dance like this always. Full video coming soon...I mean never "

 

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