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  1. Something that's occurred to me recently: is it always the male variation which goes first in a Classical pas de deux? If so, why do you think that is, assuming it's not sexism?
  2. I have a DVD of a 1978 performance of Don Quixote, Kitri danced by Nadezhda Pavlova and Basilio by Vladimir Lasashev. Their dancing of the last Act pas de deux is marvellous, I have not seen it done so marvellously. Last year I twice saw the Bolshoi performance of this ballet at CG and on Tuesday the Mariinsky's. I thoroughly enjoyed these performances and the dancing was excellent but in the pas de deux the dancers were a lot less adventurous in terms of lifts etc and bravado than the pair in 1978. Might it be that dancers are a lot more cautious these days, or maybe the quite justifiable wellbeing of dancers, or a Company's health and safety liability playing a part?
  3. South East Ballet Scholars Limited is holding an Intensive February Half Term Course 12th of February -18th of February Inclusive. Amazing Faculty of Stephen Beagley Former Principal Dancer with the Royal Ballet Company Ben Tribe Former Dancer with Theatre Der Stadt Koblenz Teacher for Bird College and London Studio Centre Susanna Plaino Director of Il Balletto Ballet School Castle Franco Vineto Jamal Crawford Theatre credits -The Body Guard, Fame, Thriller Classes will be held in Classical Ballet, Repetoire, Pas de deux, Virtuosity, Commercial Jazz and Contemporary with Pianists for all classes in state of the art studios Course fees £250 Non residential £510 Residential Daily Rate £48.00 Per Day 8 Places still Available for students 8 years and above Please email- info@southeast-balletscholars.co.uk
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