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“A Million Kisses to my Skin”                         Dresden Semperoper Ballett

Natalia Sologub Наталья Сологуб, Jiří Bubeníček, Olga Melnikova Ольга Мельникова, Maximilian Genow, Elena Vostrotina Елена Востротина, Claudio Cangialosi, Julia Carnicer, Giselle Doepker, Alexandra Lo Sardo and Arika Togawa, “A Million Kisses to my Skin” choreography by David Dawson, music by Johann Sebastian Bach, costume by Yumiko Takeshima, Dresden Semperoper Ballett, Dresden, Germany

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Viola Pantuso

Photographer Gene Schiavone

Viola Pantuso, Royal Ballet School

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The Artistry of Grief by Gene Schiavone

The Pink Olga Nightgown by Gene Schiavone

BALLET ♡ Hopes, Tears, and Cheers by Gene Schiavone (Facebook Public Group)

 
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