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Guillem

(French ɡiɛm)
n
(Biography) Sylvie. born 1965, French ballet dancer based in Britain; with the Royal Ballet (1989–2006)
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She danced the iconic role originated by Sylvie Guillem. "He was so encouraging," she says.
He said it was the exact version he that performed with Sylvie Guillem, another Varna winner.
But do remember that there is a history of taller female dancers," she continues encouragingly, referencing renowned French ballerina Sylvie Guillem -- who, at 167cm, was often deemed 'too tall' for classical ballet when she began her career -- and retired Principal Dancer at The Royal Ballet Darcy Bussell, who stands at over 170cm.
THIS letter concerns Richard Edmonds' damning and very unfriendly review of Sylvie Guillem's farewell performance at the Birmingham Hippodrome.
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In the olden days, Sylvie Guillem would have been known as a prima ballerina.
Familiar names returning for the festival include the legendary Sylvie Guillem, Sadler's Wells' Breakin Convention and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui's new work m!longa, a contemporary take on Argentine tango.
THE CULTURE SHOW: SYLVIE GUILLEM - FORCE OF NATURE BBC2, 10pm (Not Northern Ireland)
THE CULTURE SHOW: SYLVIE GUILLEM - FORCE OF NATURE (10pm BBC2) STRICTLY has turned us into a nation of dance enthusiasts.
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New York, NY, October 02, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Mats Ek's Acclaimed Dance Masterpiece, BYE, Starring Sylvie Guillem Available on DVD October 29th
David Howard expresses the sentiments of many of us in his introduction to the book, saying that he is "still swept away by the element of magic with which magnificent dancers like Gelsey Kirkland, Sylvie Guillem, Cynthia Harvey, Amanda McKerrow, Tamara Rojo, and Natalia Makarova have transformed the art of dancing on pointe." Howard also argues that pointe work is both a literal and figurative idea.