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Don Quixote pas de deux by Elena Yevseyeva (Rus. Елена Евсеева) and Ernest Latypov (Rus. Эрнест Латыпов)

Alina Somova in “Don Quixote“. Beautiful except for her hands!!!! Ugh she never got over the first day of ballet

Moscow Festival Ballet, Marianna Chemalina in Don Quixote grand pas, photo by Sofi Seck.jpg 3,600×4,500 pixels

Oksana Skorik - Ballet, балет, Ballett, Bailarina, Ballerina, Балерина, Ballarina, Dancer, Dance, Danse, Danza, Танцуйте, Dancing, Russian Ballet

Photo Gallery: Natalia Osipova and Ivan Vasiliev, “Don Quixote”, Mikhailovsky Ballet at Dance Open Ballet Festival, April 2011, Saint Petersburg, Russia - Photographer Stas Levshin -

Anastasia Matvienko in Don Quixote. Photo (c) Stas Levshin. Don Quixote was brought from Russia to other countries first by Anna Pavlova’s company in 1924 in an abridged version of Gorsky’s 1902 production. The famous Grand Pas de Deux from the ballet’s final scene was staged in the west as early as the 1940s.