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 Post subject: Serge Lavoie dies
PostPosted: Tue Dec 07, 2004 6:04 am 
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Former National Ballet principal dancer dies

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December 07, 2004

Serge Lavoie, the tall, husky former principal dancer with the National Ballet of Canada, is dead. Lavoie, 41, died in his sleep Saturday night in Vidalia, Georgia, after a road tour performance of The Nutcracker by the Columbia City Ballet, for which he was the ballet master for the past seven years, says a spokesman for the National Ballet of Canada.
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December 07, 2004

As a rough and domineering husband to Kain's bratty Katharina in Taming Of The Shrew, Lavoie is well remembered as a forceful Petruchio. He made a very convincing Prince Onegin dancing with Martine Lamy as Tatiana in John Cranko's Onegin.
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Former National Ballet star Serge Lavoie dies

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December 06, 2004

Lavoie had also been serving as an instructor at the Columbia Conservatory of Dance in South Carolina and at the state's Litchfield Dance Arts Academy.
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This is also being discussed in "Ballet in the Americas", so I'm going to close it here.

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