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Ana Turazashvili and Mikhail Lobukhin

04 Jul

Photographer Jack Devant

Photographer Jack Devant

Photographer Jack Devant

Photographer Jack Devant

Photographer Jack Devant

Photographer Jack Devant

Photographer Jack Devant

Photographer Jack Devant

Photographer Jack Devant

Ana Turazashvili ანა ტურაზაშვილი and Mikhail Lobukhin Михаил Лобухин, “Come un Respiro” (“Like a Breath”), choreography Mauro Bigonzetti, music by Georg Friedrich Händel, costumes Helena de Medeiros, lighting Carlo Cerri from “Modanse” (“Come un Respiro” and “Gabrielle Chanel” by Yuri Possokhov Юрий Посохов), Bolshoi Ballet Большой театр, (historic stage), Moscow, Russia (June 22, 2019)

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Posted by on Thursday, July 4, 2019 in Unique

 

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One response to “Ana Turazashvili and Mikhail Lobukhin

  1. David T. LeBlanc

    Monday, July 8, 2019 at 22:48

    I love her costume, it’s such an unusual tutu.

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