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Friday, September 8


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Boston Ballet presents a new work by My’Kal Stromile.


Stromile says so much of what he knows as a choreographer stems from his life as a dancer, and he’s picked up a number of awards along the way, including being named a US Presidential Scholar in the Arts in 2014, and winning Choreographic Honors three years in a row during his studies at Juilliard, and a nomination for the Princess Grace Award in 2019. “He has fantastic drive,” Nissinen said, “and he’s quite a ridiculously amazing dancer. He can move.” Tall and lean, with long limbs and flexible torso, he is especially impressive in the company’s contemporary repertoire. (He’ll be dancing in Elo’s “Bach Cello Suites,” which happens to be the first work he ever saw Boston Ballet perform before he was a member of the company.)


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