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 Post subject: Royal Ballet: Sarah Lamb's debut in Swan Lake
PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2005 5:33 am 
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Did anyone in London see Sarah Lamb dance Odette/Odile on May 21? Are there any reviews available? I have heard that she was breathtaking and I would love some details from anyone who was there. I know that she was scheduled to dance again yesterday and has one or two more performances this week.


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Hi Shanti! Sorry can't help with this one, but there has been a discussion on ballet.co:

http://www.ballet.co.uk/cgi-bin/dcforum ... ning&omm=0


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Epic conflicts of love and death
by ZOE ANDERSON for the Independent

She is blonde, long-limbed, and arrestingly pale-skinned. Her line flows, her footwork is speedy, and she's especially good in the company's Ashton repertory. But she's changed styles for her first Royal Swan Lake. She has replaced the soft lyricism with a gaunt refinement.

published : 25 May 2005
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