Vivaldi’s Four Seasons (Autumn)
Vivaldi’s Four Seasons (Summer)
Starting with feet together in parallel, sissonne side to side (holding the arms in second). Alternate legs for a total of five repetitions in each direction.
“Start these in parallel,” says Deleget, “and then progress to a more turned-out position.” Working turned-in helps dancers master proper alignment. “If you can find your alignment in parallel, it will help you find it better in turnout.”
ballerina at the jacobs school of music
I could watch Natalia Makarova on the pilates reformer all day long…OMG
Evgenia Obraztsova and Semyon Chudin, Swan Lake
The Royal Ballet in Rubies
Photo by Dave Morgan
Diana Vishneva as Carmen
My favorite Carmen, (in my opinion) better than Plisetskaya!
Black & white ballet blog