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"Ancient Airs"

16 year old Deanna Pearson of the Akhmedova Ballet Academy rehearsing "Ancient Airs". Choreography by Edwaard Liang. Coached by Jacqueline Akhmedova.



User: ABA
Views: 2,908
Added: February 28, 2011
Event: 2012 Dance Spirit Cover Model Search
Category: Ballet
Keywords: Akhmedova Ballet Academy Deanna Pearson Edwaard Liang
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Overall rating: 4.5
Votes: 116
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#14 Beautiful Extensions
 
I love Deanna Pearson's extensions.I would love to see the lightness she brings to her legs while they're in developpe to her feet when she jumps,lands and runs.Balanchine described dancers' feet as elephant trunks.If Emily would roll through her feet and articulate them with the flexibility and strength of an elephant's trunk, she would look like the professional I know she can be.I hope she continues training with an emphasis on the transition steps that make a piece exceptional.
 
#13 Love this!
 
Great choreo Edi! Lovely dancer.
 
#12 Gorgeous!
 
So amazing, Deanna!
 
#11 Beautiful technique!
 
amazing extensions and balances!
 
#10 (speechless).
 
so beautiful. :)
 


#9 Lovely legs
 
Very Nice ..Good Luck
 
#8 great job
 
really good job deanna
 
#7 AWESOME GIRLY!
 
I really liked this piece you look really nice Deanna. I enjoy watching your pretty feet and flexable legs! <3
 
#6 Ancient Airs
 
Beautiful dancing. Now go drink a milkshake! You've earned it.
 
#5 Beautiful
 
Love u Dee. Good Luck
 


#4 Beautiful
 
Love u Dee. Good Luck
 
#3 Nice Legs
 
Beautiful dee. always room for improvement. keep it up! best of luck!
 
#2 Ancient Airs
 
Beautiful choreography and an amazingly graceful, fluid, and poised interpretation
 
#1 Wonderful !
 
great job .... wonderful choreography .... love it !
 
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