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January 25, 2018

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I was happy to see this program. It was just what I needed.

I was blown away by the tornado Russell Janzen generated. He’s so good in this role.

I love those tall corps girls. Emily Kikta & Isabella LaFreniere are my current favorites. There is so much talent in this company right now, especially with the women. I’d like to see more of the taller corps men, because I sometimes forget they’re there (Dieck, Sanz, Farley, etc)

What a well written, expressive review! Thank you. I get to see this program at the Saturday matinee and am really looking forward to it.

On another issue: Any news on the prospect of an ABT dancer strike? As a Washington DC balletomane, I am focused on next week's schedule of performances at the Kennedy Center.

Hi Haglund,

I read your eloquent review three times. I have loved Mozartiana since I first saw it, and Maria Kowroski is one of my all time favorite dancers at NYCB. Your sentence below sums it up:
"She danced in the spirit of the great ones who came before her and made us believe that Balanchine could have made Mozartiana for her."

How I wish I had seen this performance! Thanks again for making us feel as if we had.

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