prima ballerina


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prima ballerina

a leading female ballet dancer
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Prima ballerina Mara Galeazzi will headline a two-day Ballet under the Stars performance at the Desert Palm Dubai hotel on February 15 and 16.
Kalnina was from 1934, for a period of over 30 years, Prima Ballerina of the Teatro dell'Opera in Rome, after beginning her career at the Latvian National Opera and Ballet in Riga, where she was also Prima Ballerina from 1927 to 1933," Beiris said.
She was the first British dancer to become the principal dancer of a ballet company and, with Dame Margot Fonteyn, is one of only two English dancers to be recognized as a prima ballerina assoluta.
The Welsh singing superstar was joined by a host of famous faces including Sex And The City's Kim Cattrall, broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan, TV presenters Tess Daly and Vernon Kay, former prima ballerina Darcey Bussell and Richard Curtis, the director of Four Weddings And A Funeral.
Although Fernando to this day insists that Alicia was his favorite ballerina, he has said, "To me, the corps is the prima ballerina of the company.
The former prima ballerina has made no secret of the fact she's been impressed by the Olympic gymnast.
Aleksandra Mijalkova, prima ballerina of the Macedonian Ballet, hosted the event together with the distinguished soloists Marija Kicevska, Ivana Kocevska and Vasil Ciciashvili of Georgia.
Angelina Ballerina is a little star with big dreams of becoming a prima ballerina.
Summary: A former prima ballerina, who is now disabled, has lost a court battle for an overnight carer to give her "dignity and independence.
And while we know all about her dreams of being a prima ballerina, it might come as a surprise when she discovers there's more to life than dance.
Black Swan Cert 15, 108 mins When director Thomas Leroy takes over an ailing ballet company, he chooses Nina Sayers (Natalie Portman) as a replacement for the current prima ballerina in an erotically charged new staging of Swan Lake.
Among the famous attendees were prima ballerina Masha Ilieva, short track Olympic champion Evgenia Radanova, Kalina Kroumova, the youngest MP, lawyer Vessela Shikova, rhythmic gymnastics Olympic champion Simona Peicheva, Actavis communication director Radoslava Ganozova, Astra Zeneca executive director Zoya Paunova and Electric Force, a dance band who showed off their moves on the dance floor.