Johnny Weir, Dr. Zhivago so interesting as the young reader becomes part of the story
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One of my favorites is the opening of Sasha's "Malaguena."
Charter member of the "We Always Believed in Ashley" Club and the "We Believe in Ricky" Club
"If I agree well it's just to appease you 'cause I don't remember what were fighting for..." - Sarah McLachlan
Back to the topic, I think A/P had very spectacular opening choreographies and especially starting positions from 1998 to 2002. Carmina and Liberta ones were very interesting as well
And Blanc/Bouquet had always great choreography, not only opening
Jeffrey Buttle's "Aararat" 2008 when he won Worlds. He is so graceful and did a perfect program.
No love for the masters of the get-your-attention-opening lifts, The Siudeks. One of the few of the many skaters to use music to The Mission effectively. You know you've got the audience when the applause starts before the program even begins.
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G/P, the opening to "Time To Say Goodbye" exhibition.
Todd Eldredge - first 10 seconds of "Gettysburg" - exquisite.
v/m's fd from last season. showstopper