pas de trois

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(ballet) a dance for three people

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Pas de trois is where one male dancer accompanies two women.
They also appear to have reconciled with teal, the engaging pas de trois choreographed by Creation Baumann.
Still, an excellent pas de trois gave much needed life to scene one and by the time we arrived in the enchanted forest with well danced swans, Yuriy Gloukhikh's handsome Siegfried and Irina Kolesnikova's tragically beautiful Odette had taken command both of the stage and our hearts.
Isabella forms an alliance with the power-hungry barons, including Mortimer (Joseph Cipolla), who beheads Gaveston--and then dances a pas de trois with Isabella and the severed head.
Last year, Swan Lake was the first ballet I ever had a soloist role in, the pas de trois, and I couldn't believe it when I found out I was also going to do Odette/Odile.
546 unites ne disposent pas de trois equipements de base, a savoir l'eau potable, l'electricite et l'assainissement.
They share the limelight in several grande pas de deux, pas de trois and extremely demanding solo variations.
He added: "There is something for all dance enthusiasts, from Classical Ballet, including the Pas de Trois from Sawn Lake Act 1, to vibrant contemporary works, jazz and Spanish dances, as well as a narrative ballet.
Assucena danced the first-act pas de trois and the cygnets pas de quatre in Wheeldon's Swan Lake.
Strange how so many ingredients of this work are familiar even to those not in tune with the mysteries of dance - I defy anyone of a certain age to hear the music which accompanies the Pas de Trois without thinking of the old Cadbury's Fruit and Nut jingle as performed by the late Frank Muir - but at a time when dance is struggling to break free of its supposedly elitist overtones, this is perhaps not a bad thing.
She danced Balanchine's pyrotechnical Glinka Pas de Trois in bravura style without missing a beat, her huge jump, crisp batterie, and flesh phrasing emblemizing the joy that DTH's return has kindled.
She quickly found herself cast in technically tough soloist roles: a Flower Girl in Don Quixote; an Odalisque in Le Corsaire; the third Shade in La Bayadere; the pas de trois in Swan Lake.
In Agon's first pas de trois, Ashley Laracey surges through the intricate petit allegro without sacrificing the purity of her line.