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Emilie Tassinari and Thomas Van Damme

© Michel Schnater

Emilie Tassinari and Thomas Van Damme, “Wie lange noch?” choreography by Krzysztof Pastor and music by Kurt Weill from “Ballet Bubbles”, Het Nationale Ballet Dutch National Ballet

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Viara Natcheva Виара Натчева

© Maria-Helena Buckley

Viara Natcheva Виара Натчева, Staatsballett Berlin, Berlin State Ballet

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Ako Kondo and Chengwu Guo, ultra-slow motion photography by Niv Novak (2 of 4)

Ako Kondo 近藤亜香 and Chengwu Guo, The Australian Ballet

Music: Hanna Silver, post production assistant: Mark Scott, production assistant Sam Mcgilp, copyright: Niv Novak

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