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Lily

01-06-01, 09:27 PM (GMT)
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"Alina Cojocaru"
 
   After seeing Alina in the divertissements in Ondine last December, in the Nutcracker on telly and in the papers lately, I have noticed that she bears an uncanny resemblance to Ekaterina Maximova, the lovely dancer from the Bolshoi many years ago. I was lucky enough to get the compilation video of the Bolshoi, which is very interesting as there is a lot of very old clips from 1910 and onwards as well as Irek in Spartacus (check out the hairstyle!!!!) and ballets that I haven't heard of before - the humpbacked horse for instance!

If you are a fan of ballet, it is good investment!


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Michael LL

02-06-01, 03:42 AM (GMT)
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   Not sure about the Maximova look, but Alina was an exquisite Titania in last nights Dream, and she certainly justified her promotion. A wonderfully promising, intelligent dancer


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