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China Wrap-up


Now that I’m back home and de-jetlagged, I have a few last thoughts and some photos I’d like to share from China. First, Michele Inaba asked about the composition of audiences in China, and the interest in ballet by the press and general public. The audiences seemed to contain a healthy mix of the young […]

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As Good as it Gets?


This summer was shaping up to be the best summer a person could reasonably ask for. Three weeks after the end of a successful 2009 repertory season I was able to record my first album, No Return Address, with some great friends from the Ballet, including soloist James Sofranko, former master electrician at SFB Dennis Hudson, and my twin […]

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A Trip to the Summer Palace


The Summer Palace is the most intense cultural experience I’ve had in China so far, excluding that evening I got lost in the slums of Shanghai. The Palace is where the emperor and his family would go during the summers to escape the city heat of Beijing. It’s a glorious, old place resting on a lake northeast […]

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