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sylvia

22-01-02, 01:52 PM (GMT)
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"Ballet photos on performing arts website"
 
   LAST EDITED ON 22-01-02 AT 01:55 PM (GMT)

Lots of new additions, most notably ENB's Double Concerto.

http://www.performingartslibrary.co.uk/
You have to enter, click picture search, log in as guest and scroll down.

Plus many more if you do a search for ballet or specific dancers.


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  RE: Ballet photos on performing arts website lara 22-01-02 1
  RE: Ballet photos on performing arts website PhilipBadmin 22-01-02 2
  to Sylvia... sabina 02-02-02 3
     RE: to Sylvia... sylvia 13-04-02 4

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lara

22-01-02, 03:24 PM (GMT)
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1. "RE: Ballet photos on performing arts website"
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   Thanks for the updates Sylvia, it is always fun to check the site for new pics.


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PhilipBadmin

22-01-02, 07:17 PM (GMT)
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   Ah yes, I remember the distracting camera clicking that night...


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sabina

02-02-02, 03:00 AM (GMT)
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   Hi, I saw a post of yours from the end of 2001. You said if anyone would like a copy of the Alina Cojocaru picture (from an article about her) to let you know. If you would, could you send it to me (@ placid2323@aol.com)? Thanks a lot!


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sylvia

13-04-02, 01:36 PM (GMT)
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   Bumping this up as I think something like 240 photos have been added, most recently...

Giselle (Benjamin & Stiefel, lots of Sarah Wildor)
Enduring Images (that rather controversial pic of Alina in Vertiginous is there by the way and she is indeed at an angle to the stage. Her legs aren't quite six o'clock but more like five to five )
Romeo & Juliet (BRB)
Madame Butterfly

And lots more - Sarah & Bruce Samson and Collier & Eagling in Manon, Alina & Bruce in Symphonic Variations, Collier and Bujones in La Fille, Irek, Viv and Adam Cooper in Judas Tree, Galeazzi, Persson & Watson in Triad, Stravinsky Staged, Cinderella, William Trevitt as Siegfried, Darcey/Jonny, Sylvie/Jonny, Miyako & Carlos in Coppelia, the Kirov in R&J, Makarova with the Kirov in Giselle, Fonteyn, Nureyev, Baryshnikov...

Go to http://www.performingartslibrary.co.uk/fwlogon.htm
Scroll down and click log in as guest
Click Pal Collection on the side bar
Do a search for ballet

You can try a search for specific artists but you might miss some as not all of them are labelled or labelled wrongly.

Anyway, enjoy!


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