Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Calm Before the Storm


Here we are on tour in Orange County and I thought I was going to be very, very bored. In the land of cars and strip malls there isn’t a whole lot to do when you don’t want to shop and are wheel-without. Fortunately we have a stealthy local in Jennifer Stahl. Jennifer is from […]

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Back on Stage!


It’s Thursday morning in the OC and today will have a different feel to it from the last couple of days. Over the last two evenings we’ve performed the mixed program (Tomasson’s Trio, Possokhov’s RAkU and Balanchine’s Symphony in C), but this evening we forsake an audience so that we can have our first run-through […]

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Memorable (Tour) Moments


“I want to give you something to remember Paris by…” Those were the words of Helgi Tomasson right before he promoted me to soloist on the last day of our 2005 tour to Paris.  He was right, I’ll never forget that moment or that tour. While not every tour has affected me so significantly, each […]

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Lending a Hand


We have been back to work for nearly three months now, preparing for our 2012 season. It’s unbelievable how quickly time flies when you’re working hard! For me, July began with work on Edwaard Liang’s world premiere. Ed is an excellent mover—his ports de bras and groundedness are absolutely lush—and it was a pleasure to be in the […]

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