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March 04, 2016


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I just got home from Philadelphia where I saw Angel's Don Q. What a pleasure. New Yorkers should make the trip. Pennsylvanians should be out in force supporting their state's art. Go! You will love it!

Great to hear, Sharon. I had to give up my ticket to opening night but may make it there tomorrow. Fingers crossed.

Thank you Haglund for sharing this wonderful news, miss Angel here but so great to hear that there is life after ABT for him!! Have to get down to WTC too, after the tragedy it has been very hard for me to face this area :(

Hi HF.

As you may have gathered, old Haglund has a fetish for lines that are as clear as a note of music. This Calatrava design delivers classic lines that rise and evolve into gentle curves. Just seeing the wings lifts the human spirit.

Hopefully, I'll have a post up about Angel's new Don Q after I get back tomorrow night. I'm very excited to see it.

Enjoy Haglund and cannot wait to read about Angel!! So jealous... in a good way!

Haglund, did you see the video shot at the WTC transportation hub featuring NYCB dancers? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joajB2KVw24

Thanks, Kent. That's a very cool video - kind of a hybrid sales pitch-human interest piece.

I hope you will get down there soon with your own camera.

Kent went down to the new WTC PATH station and got a few fabulous photos: http://www.notmydayjobphotography.com/NewYorkPhotos-1/New-York-1/i-gKLB8Lj

The inside reminds me of the opening tableau of Symphony in Three Movements as captured by Paul Kolnik: http://www.nycballet.com/Ballets/S/Symphony-in-Three-Movements.aspx

Thanks, Kent!

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