Discussion in 'The Trash Can' started by Vash01, Dec 28, 2012.
That was lovely. I am afraid she won't score high under the IJS.
Tim Goebel was not balletic by any stretch of the imagination, but I liked his SP to Prokofiev's Romeo & Juliet. He captured the power of that music very well.
Thank you for the topic
Miki Ando's wasn't so bad
so is Shizuka's version
They truly are the most balletic ice dancers and I am not trying to twist the topic but how about Summertime ( there is a ballet version of "Porgy and Bess" besides the opera and the musical)
It is mostly jazzlike and is not as balletic as the next two programs
I had never seen that program (Summertime) of Usova-Zhulin. They were gorgeous. I did not feel this was ballet music though; may be modern dance? Everything they did was balletic, graceful, beautiful.
Is 'Prince Igor' a ballet? B&B skated to it (88 Oly), and also Ina & Dungjen (98 Oly)
I thought is was an opera and then realised I was confusing this with another one. However, after googling it seems 'Prince Igor' is also an opera:
I liked Klimova & Ponomarenko's exhibition performance to Swan Lake.
Ilia has done several programs using music from the Nutcracker but this is far and away the best - I think one of his best pro programs period. 2003 Ice Wars. Just marvelous! For five years out from his OGM, extra marvelous.
I love D&W's Giselle - really great on their part and brilliant by Zueva.
That was lovely.
I almost forget about it
Plushenko the Swan, 1999
Thank you very much, lala. I can't remember that exhibition, I don't think I've ever seen it before. It was quite lovely.
Lobacheva/Averbukh-"I'll never forget you " from "Unona and Avos"