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Diana Vishneva Диана Вишнёва (Mariinsky Ballet) and Andrey Merkuriev Андрей Меркурьев (Bolshoi Ballet), “Subject to Change” choreography by Paul Lightfoot and Sol León, music by Franz Schubert [Der Tod und das Mädchen (second section; Andante con moto) arranged for chamber orchestra by Gustav Mahler] from “Dialogues” (“Errand into the Maze” choreography by Martha Graham, “Dialogue” choreography by John Neumeier and “Subject to Change” choreography by Paul Lightfoot and Sol León), Mariinsky Theatre

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Posted by on Friday, September 15, 2017 in Photo Galleries

 

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Courtney Gibbs

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Courtney Gibbs, “Sad Case” choreography by Sol León and Paul Lightfoot, Introdans

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Posted by on Thursday, March 23, 2017 in Unique

 

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Myrthe van Opstal

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Myrthe van Opstal, “Swan Song” (rehearsal) choreography by Sol León and Paul Lightfoot, music by Philip Glass, Nederlands Dans Theater

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Posted by on Saturday, March 11, 2017 in Unique

 

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Chloé Albaret and Jorge Nozal

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Chloé Albaret and Jorge Nozal, “Stop-Motion” choreography by Sol León and Paul Lightfoot, Nederlands Dans Theater, New York City Center (November 16, 2016)

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Posted by on Thursday, November 17, 2016 in Unique

 

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Diana Vishneva and Andrey Merkuriev

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© Irina Tuminene Ирина Туминене

Diana Vishneva Диана Вишнёва (Mariinsky Ballet) and Andrey Merkuriev Андрей Меркурьев (Bolshoi Ballet), “Subject to Change” choreography by Paul Lightfoot and Sol León from “Dialogues” (“Errand into the Maze” choreography by Martha Graham, “Dialogue” choreography by John Neumeier and “Subject to Change” choreography by Paul Lightfoot and Sol León)

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Posted by on Sunday, September 11, 2016 in Unique

 

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Diana Vishneva and Andrey Merkuriev

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© Mark Olich Марк Олич

Diana Vishneva (Mariinsky Ballet) and Andrey Merkuriev (Bolshoi Ballet), “Subject to Change” choreography by Paul Lightfoot and Sol León from “Dialogues” (“Errand into the Maze” choreography by Martha Graham, “Dialogue” choreography by John Neumeier and “Subject to Change” choreography by Paul Lightfoot and Sol León) (rehearsal)

Диана Вишнёва (Мариинский театр) и Андрей Меркурьев (Большой театр), “Объект перемен” xореография Пол Лайтфут и Сол Леон; “Диалоги” (“Лабиринт” xореография Марты Грэм, “Диалог” xореография Джон Ноймайер и “Объект перемен” xореография Пол Лайтфут и Сол Леон) (репетиция)

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Posted by on Saturday, August 13, 2016 in Unique

 

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Alice Firenze and Kirill Kourlaev

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© Vladimir Sokolov Владимир Соколов

Alice Firenze as “Judith” and Kirill Kourlaev as “Blaubart”, “The Mystery of the Bluebeard” “Blaubarts Geheimnis” choreography by Stephan Thoss from Blaubarts Geheimnis Tour Premiere (“Blaubarts Geheimnis” choreography by Stephan Thoss, “Le Souffle de L’esprit” choreography by Jiří Bubeníček and “Skew-Whiff” choreography by Paul Lightfoot and Sol León), Das Wiener Staatsballett Vienna State Ballet, Alexandrinsky Theatre, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 2016 Dance Open Ballet Festival (April 16, 2016)

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Posted by on Monday, April 18, 2016 in Unique

 

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