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Cupcakes & Conversation with Chinatsu Owada, Alabama Ballet

July 4, 2012

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Chinatsu Owada, Alabama Ballet What motivates you at 8am on a Monday morning? To remind myself that I have my body to dance and that I have supportive family who understand me living with my dream job makes me feel thankful and motivated. It makes me think “Let’s enjoy dancing while […]

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CAROLINA BALLET TO PREMIERE THE LITTLE MERMAID

February 22, 2012

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CAROLINA BALLET TO PREMIERE THE LITTLE MERMAID RALEIGH, NC —  Principal guest choreographer Lynne Taylor-Corbett has created a over dozen ballets on Carolina Ballet over the past 14 seasons that run the gamut from The Ugly Duckling to Dracula, Carolina Jamboree to Carmina Burana, and most recently seen in Raleigh, her very moving Lost and Found.  […]

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Jessica Saund, Corps de Ballet, American Ballet Theatre

September 12, 2011

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Jessica Saund, Corps de Ballet, American Ballet Theatre What motivates you at 8am on a Monday morning ? My motivation is; “Deep Art”, the fullest expression of human emotion, in all forms. I pursue it in everything I do. What are you looking forward to dancing in the new season ? […]

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Maria Sascha Khan, Bayerisches Staatsballett

September 3, 2011

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Maria Sascha Khan, Bayerisches Staatsballett What motivates you at 8am on a Monday morning ? I am a morning person and I love my job. It’s a pleasure to go to work at the Nationale Theatre each day….. so usually it’s not too difficult. Why ballet ? I think that everyone […]

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Ballet NEWS | Pas de deux secrets unveiled by the professionals

February 22, 2011

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It’s very easy to write about ballet using the terminology, French as it is, talking in a very codified way that mostly exists within the rehearsal studio, which can be hard for newcomers to penetrate.  It’s much harder to knuckle down and focus on the nuts and bolts that you take for granted that everyone will understand […]

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