Bradie is having her own (unique) style of skating and thus, the music always is exceptionally her; the same her way of skating- its Bradie. If comparing into frame of classical music styles, Bradie's skating style would like a modern classical music, ( like Shostakovitch) So, not for everyone but exceptional.Bradie loves her Latin-titled music! Actually, she’s always had fascinating, out-of-ordinary, new-ageish music...Cinderella was a fluke but most people remember that one.
According to your logic, no skaters should have attempted 'Turandot' after S/Z's iconic performance.Grassl is not doing himself a favour by skating to this music that already belongs to Misha Kolyada.
That's not what I meant. Everyone can skate to whatever they want but Kolyada was the first one to use Nureyev and his program was iconic.According to your logic, no skaters should have attempted 'Turandot' after S/Z's iconic performance.
And I'm sure that skaters have used the same music that Kwan did, in her many iconic performances.
Music doesn't belong to any one skater or pair.
Interesting note - when S/Z skated to 'Meditation from Thais' (2007?), they weren't even aware that B/S had skated to that music in their memorable 2002 battle.
FS: "Rock You Like a Hurricane"
I'm guessing it will be like a postmodern jukebox version of it but I'd be happy to be wrong.
We have kept our programs from last season because we never got to compete them and we really love them so much. For a reminder, our short program is to Fields of Gold by Eva Cassidy, and our free skate is to Where’s My Love by SYML. Choreographing our own programs has really made expressing to the music so much easier; when it is choreographed in such a way that we hear it, the emotions from the program come from within, rather than someone else’s idea of where the emotions come from.
I think this is the perfect choice for them - they are such a classic team and I'm so excited for this. I'm such a sucker for Russian pairs doing Russian classics though!From Tamara Moskvina’s group open master class
Aleksandra Boikova/Dmitri Kozlovskii
SP: Swan Lake (choreo by N. Morozov)
I'm not sure if I like that (very) extended finale . The choreography, especially in the step sequence, seems busy. Well, at least one has no doubts it's Morozov's work . I'm curious how it develops throughout the season!
Loena shared a footwork clip with a fast twizzle sequence in her FS music announcement post yesterday: https://www.instagram.com/p/CR10stLJN7H/
It will be a mix of music’s, starting with The Mystic’s Dream from Loreena Mckennitt, then my stepsequence on Spirits from Chronis Taxidis, second part Enta Omri from Achraf Kallel And finishing my program with a fun remix.
Something I’ve never done before, oriental style. Going out of my comfort zone with my new free program.
Update: Amodio posted clips in his stories of Sofia skating to what sounds like a cover of Dua Lipa's "New Rules."
Dmitry isn't sharp and confident enough to play the dark prince. It looks like only Boikova really understands how to sell the performance so it looks rather unfinished. I think their team mates may still have the better SP.I have to admit I'm quite disappointed, there are barely any transitions and the choreography is too subtle for such dramatic music imo. I hope they'll make it more interesting.