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Sasha Mukhamedov and James Stout

12 Apr

Photographer Lidiya Samsonenko Лидия Самсоненко

Photographer Lidiya Samsonenko Лидия Самсоненко

Photographer Lidiya Samsonenko Лидия Самсоненко

Photographer Lidiya Samsonenko Лидия Самсоненко

Sasha Mukhamedov and James Stout (both dancers from Het Nationale Ballet Dutch National Ballet), “The Grey Area” choreography, concept, set design and staging by David Dawson, music Niels Lanz, costume design by Yumiko Takeshima, light design by Bert Dalhuysen, choreographic assistants Amy Raymond, Rachel Beaujean, “2018 Gala Concert of the Stars of the World Ballet Tribute to Maya Plisetskaya Гала-концерт звёзд мирового балета Майя Плисецкая. Посвящение 2018r”, The State Kremlin Palace Государственный Кремлевский Дворец, Moscow, Russia (November 27)

World premiere: September 7, 2002; Het Nationale Ballet Dutch National Ballet, Het Muziektheater, Amsterdam, The Netherland

Note: Original quality of photographs may be affected by compression algorithm of the websites where they are hosted.

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