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Dear Friends,

I am posting two more pictures from our Hall of Mirrors shoot. The hardest thing is choosing …

Lully’s Persée contains numerous opportunities for serious fencing. All of our male dancers are great fighters and they acquitted themselves handsomely in Jennifer Parr’s thrilling fight sequences.  Below is a photograph of two of the Artists of Atelier Ballet, Edward Tracz and Brett van Sickle just completing their “reverence” prior to the first fencing display – both of them displaying feet and legs any dancer would kill for.

 

Edward Tracz and Brett van Sickle. Photo by Bruce Zinger.

Edward Tracz and Brett van Sickle. Photo by Bruce Zinger.

 

It was a particular joy for Jeannette and me to have so many of our creative team and administration join us for this historic shoot. I love the mix of modern clothes and historic costumes in this photograph. In addition to some of the Artists of Atelier Ballet and principal singers, it includes Opera Atelier conductor David Fallis, our Resident Set Designer Gerard Gauci, Executive Director Patricia Barretto, Director of Finance, Trini Mitra along with our irreplaceable French coach Charles di Meglio wrapped up in Jeannette’s arms.

– Marshall

 

Photo by Bruce Zinger.

Photo by Bruce Zinger.

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