Con la S de…

Sofiane Sylve. Sensacional.

Soutenu. Es a los piqués lo que las patatas a unos buenos huevos fritos.

September Song. Porque me encanta.

Stephanie Saland. Desde que esta mujer se retiró, el tercer paso a dos de In the Night debería suprimirse de los escenarios. Con eso me conformaría.

Seguidilla. Muy conocida y simpática, y además aparece cuando menos te lo esperas.

Semeniaka, Ludmila. Tan elegante, no podía ser del Bolshoi.

Semizorova, Nina. Bolshoi destilado; pero qué brazos, Señor.

Summerspace. ¿Algo que objetar?

Salvatore Taglioni. Según todos sus coetáneos, el mejor y más prolífico coreógrafo del Romanticismo. Pero no se conserva ni uno solo de sus ballets.

Sirena. Es la protagonista femenina del Prodigal Son de Balanchine. A todas nos gustaría sentimos un poco sirenas de vez en cuando.

Sofiane Sylve. Sensational.

Soutenu. They always come with piqués, like french fries with fried eggs.

September Song. Because I love it.

Stephanie Saland. Since this beautiful lady retired from dancing, the third pas de deux from In the Night should be removed from the stage. I’d be very pleased.

Seguidilla. Very well known and friendly, it appears unexpectedly.

Semeniaka, Ludmila. So elegant, obviously not from the Bolshoi.

Semizorova, Nina. Pure Bolshoi, but what beautiful arms, Lord.

Summerspace. What else?

Salvatore Taglioni. According to all his contemporaries, he was the best and most prolific choreographer of the Romanticism. None of his ballets survived him.

Siren. It is the female lead in Balanchine’s Prodigal Son. And we, women, would love to feel like mermaids from time to time.

* Photo Ekaterina Kondaurova as the Siren in Prodigal Son © Natasha Razina. 
* Photo Summerspace © The Merce Cunningham Dance Company. 


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