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Gonzalo Garcia and Ashley Bouder perform in "Tchaikovsky Pas De Deux". This ballet will be a part of The Ashley Bouder Project, debuting in Cleveland, October 25, 2014.

Gonzalo Garcia and Ashley Bouder perform in "Tchaikovsky Pas De Deux". This ballet will be a part of The Ashley Bouder Project, debuting in Cleveland, October 25, 2014.

Aesha Ash is a member of Alonzo King’s Lines Ballet, a San Francisco company. She was in the corps of New York City Ballet but left in 2003; since then the company has had no black women.

Where Are All the Black Swans?

Aesha Ash is a member of Alonzo King’s Lines Ballet, a San Francisco company. She was in the corps of New York City Ballet but left in 2003; since then the company has had no black women.

Cesar Corrales wins English National Ballet's Emerging Dancer Award 2016 - Cesar Corrales in the Diana & Acteon pas de deux - photo by Dasa Wharton

Cesar Corrales wins English National Ballet's Emerging Dancer Award 2016 - Cesar Corrales in the Diana & Acteon pas de deux - photo by Dasa Wharton

Lauren Lovette (New York City Ballet) & Chase Finlay (New York City Ballet) perform the Giselle pas de deux on the second International Evenings of Dance program at the 2014 Vail International Dance Festival. Photo © Erin Baiano

Lauren Lovette (New York City Ballet) & Chase Finlay (New York City Ballet) perform the Giselle pas de deux on the second International Evenings of Dance program at the 2014 Vail International Dance Festival. Photo © Erin Baiano

#tutuTuesday with the beautiful Lauren Lovette and Chase Finlay in Giselle pas de deux from last year's festival. …

Vail Dance Festival on

#tutuTuesday with the beautiful Lauren Lovette and Chase Finlay in Giselle pas de deux from last year's festival. …

Abi Stafford and Jared Angle in George Balanchine’s Emeralds from Jewels, New York City Ballet, April 2014. © Paul Kolnik. Stafford, in the first ballerina role, ably supported by her partner Angle, created a world of rapt serenity in the first pas de deux, seamlessly moving onstage with tiny, quicksilver bourrées as if flowing on a cloud. In her subsequent solo, she spun and whirled with elegance and flair, turning her liquid, silky-smooth arm movements into a tapestry of stunning designs.

Abi Stafford and Jared Angle in George Balanchine’s Emeralds from Jewels, New York City Ballet, April 2014. © Paul Kolnik. Stafford, in the first ballerina role, ably supported by her partner Angle, created a world of rapt serenity in the first pas de deux, seamlessly moving onstage with tiny, quicksilver bourrées as if flowing on a cloud. In her subsequent solo, she spun and whirled with elegance and flair, turning her liquid, silky-smooth arm movements into a tapestry of stunning designs.

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