Pas de Deux, in this Updated Dance for Two, During this Age of Covid is an Uplifting Event | Beaufort County Now | The American Ballet Theater, featuring Isabella Boylston and James Whiteside, was filmed at the at New York City’s Highline Hotel during the apex of the Covid Pandemic. | Pas de Deux, The American Ballet Theater, Isabella Boylston and James Whiteside
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Here on Christmas Day, 2020, BCN is proud to present The American Ballet Theater's presentation of "Pas de Deux", featuring Isabella Boylston and James Whiteside, which was filmed at New York City’s Highline Hotel during the apex of the Covid Pandemic.
As many of you may realize, I am a huge fan of the dance, and especially the music of Peter Tschaikovsky's "Pas de Deux", and this may be the best dance yet due to this dance's uniformity of grace within synchronized movement.
For me, ballet is best when the choreographed flow is perfect, and Tschaikovsky's "Pas de Deux" is one of the few perfect songs known to the man, hence, my infatuation with this passage of musical message through dance is most profound: Below.
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