Con la V de…

LaVentanaRDBVerdi, Giuseppe. Porque celebramos su cumpleaños hasta cuando no celebramos su cumpleaños.

Volée (Brisé). Grande y feliz, a lo Erik Bruhn.

Vivola Adamant. Aquella que, según Jardiel, exprimía su cuerpo en un vestido amarillo que parecía diseñado como funda de un paraguas.

Ventana, La. Ay, la dificultad de una danza de espejo.

Variety. El mayor escenario de papel.

Vaganova, Agripina. Décadas y décadas presidiendo las fotos en arabesque de las alumnas de la Escuela.

VaganovaArabesque

Variación. Es sólo un conflicto más entre músicos y bailarines.

La Valse. O el placer de bailar con guantes largos.

Vaughan, David. Tras desaparecer la Merce Cunningham Dance Company, y a sus “casi noventa años” le ha fichado la New York Public Library for the Performing Arts; ahora, afortunadamente, su sabiduría es de todos.

Victoria. Claro que sí. A todos nos gusta ganar.

VarietyCoverVerdi, Giuseppe. Because we’re celebrating his birthday even when we’re not celebrating his birthday.

Volée (Brisé). Wide and happy, like Erik Bruhn’s.

Vivola Adamant. That lady who, according to Jardiel, squeezed her body in a yellow dress that seemed to be designed as an umbrella cover.

Ventana, La. OMG, how difficult is to perform properly a mirror dance.

Variety. The biggest stage built on paper.

Vaganova, Agrippina. Decades and decades presiding students’ photos in arabesque.

TannyLaValseVariation. It’s just another conflict between musicians and dancers.

Valse, La. Or the pleasure of dancing wearing long gloves.

Vaughan, David. After the closure of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, and being “Nearly Ninety” and has just got enroled by the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts; now, all his knowledge will be shared with everyone.

Victory. Of course; we all wish to win.

*Image Gitte Lindstrøm in Bournonville’s La Ventana © Martin Mydtskov Rønne for the Royal Danish Ballet, 2005.
*Image students at the Vaganova Academy, unknown photographer.
*Image Variety cover ©Variety, 2012.
*Image Tanaquil LeClercq in Balanchine’s La Valse, unknown photographer.

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