To start the day …. “Polina Semionova: Russian Ballet Dancer”!!


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~~November 27, 2015~~ 

BEAUTY IN MOTION 

After being thankful for all we have, after the crazy pace of the shoppers. after making it home late, it’s time to wind down

… take a deep breath and relax.

Mission accomplished.

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Polina Semionova (born 13 September 1984) is a Russian ballet dancer who is currently a principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre. She also has an older brother, Dmitry Semionov, who is now a principal in the Staatsballett Berlin.

Studying at the Bolshoi Ballet School in Moscow, Russia, she won awards in the top ballet competitions; including a gold medal at the Moscow International Ballet Competition 2001, First Prize at the Vaganova-Prix Ballet Competition in St Petersburg 2002, and Junior Prize at the Nagoya (Japan) International Ballet Competition 2002.

Graduating in 2002, Semionova joined the Ballet Staatsoper Berlin as a principal upon the invitation of Vladimir Malakhov, becoming the youngest principal in the company’s history at the age of 18. She toured Japan as Malakhov’s partner, the reason he had invited her to be a principal in the company. He gave her the lead roles in The Nutcracker and La Bayadère during her first season, following with the role of Tatiana in , which became her favorite role.

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In 2003, at the age of 19, Semionova performed with the English National Ballet in Swan Lake, receiving approving reviews from English critics.

The following year she joined the California Ballet in their production of The Sleeping Beauty, again impressing critics despite what they termed a disappointing overall ballet.

“As it appears in … full read/full credit”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polina_Semionova

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~Polina Semionova~

Ballet – H. Grönemeyer – Instrumental

Published on Feb 24, 2012

ORIGINAL music video of Polina Semionova

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At the end of the day …. “Good night … from Dora and me”!!


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~~August 8, 2015~~ 

GOOD NIGHT

It’s been a long and wonderfully amazing day.

Time to rest and get ready for tomorrow.

From my heart to yours … have a good night.

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Thoughts for today, #196 …. “You are The Lamp of Awareness”!!


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~~July 11, 2015~~ 

… And you light up my life
You give me hope to carry on
You light up my days and fill my nights with song ….

You Light Up My Life
By Debby Boone

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Something to think about ….. “The First Memorial Day”!!


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~~May 26,2015~~ 

THE DAY AFTER 

Posted on San Francisco BayView

By James DeWolf Perry

As we pause to remember the nation’s war dead, it’s worth remembering that Memorial Day was first celebrated by Black Union troops and free Black Americans in Charleston, South Carolina at the end of the Civil War.

As historian David Blight recounts in his masterful book, “Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory” (2001), Charleston was occupied by Union troops in the spring of 1865, most white residents having fled the city. In this atmosphere, the free Black population of Charleston, primarily consisting of former slaves, engaged in a series of celebrations to proclaim the meaning of the war as they saw it.

The height of these celebrations took place on May 1, 1865, on the grounds of the former Washington Race Course and Jockey Club, an elite facility which had been used by the Confederates as a gruesome prison and mass grave for unlucky Union soldiers. Following the evacuation of Charleston, Black laborers had dug up the remains of Union soldiers, given them a proper burial, and built the trappings of a respectful cemetery around the site to memorialize their sacrifice.

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https://bayareaintifada.wordpress.com/2015/05/25/the-first-memoria-day-was-black/

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