Winning this year's competition for the Erik Bruhn Prize, hosted by the National Ballet of Canada in Toronto, were two dancers from San Francisco Ballet, soloist Angelo Greco, 23, and corps de ballet dancer, Natasha Sheehan, 17. Together they performed a captivating pas de deux from “Giselle” for the classical repertoire, and danced a contemporary duet choreographed by fellow company member Myles Thatcher.
Angelo Greco and Natasha Sheehan of San Francisco Ballet. Photograph by Karolina Kuras
When a choreographer takes on volcanic and iconic works from American musical giants like Leonard Bernstein and John Adams one move they could take is to cool them down with a couple of more soothing European works in between.Continua a leggere