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The Royal Danish Ballet in New York.



Thomas Lund at Bournonville in Biarritz. Fot: Pål Tell Aronsen

Thomas Lund at Bournonville in Biarritz
. Fot: Pål Tell Aronsen

Troupe treats classics like the Dane of its existence:

The Royal Danish Ballet in New York.

Leigh Witchel writes at 

Mon., Jul. 4, 2011, 06:35am about The Royal Danish Ballet at David H

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. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center; in A big treat in “Bournonville Variations” is watching Thomas Lund dance. Lund, one of the troupe’s senior dancers, is a master of the style, with quicksilver speed, a cushiony jump and the ability to move as seamlessly as if he were embroidering the stage. He and company director Nikolaj Hubbe assembled sections of Bournonville’s intricate classroom exercises into a showpiece ballet, modernized with updated mottled gray costumes but shadowy lighting that makes it hard to see the steps — and they’re the real stars.

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http://www.nypost.com/p/entertainment/theater/troupe_treats_classics_like_the_JBgEQMeHxcfGBZToRk5AEJ#ixzz1R8Eee0rc

And  June 15, 2011  wrote in :

See Naples and then die? In the passage of his memoirs that describes his visit to Naples and his subsequent composition of his three-act ballet “Napoli” (1842), the Danish choreographer August Bournonville quotes the old motto.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/16/arts/dance/royal-danish-ballet-brings-bournonville-to-new-york-review.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=The%20Royal%20Danish%20Ballet,%20critic&st=cse

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