"I think it will be interesting to the American public," Valery says, "because Americans tend to like dymanic group dances. This has a Russian theme. It is from our tradition, but this is a show."
The performance features a variety of styles from beautiful classical duets to high-energy modern and contemporary movements.
"It has no pauses, the action never stops," Valery says. "It is fast moving. The dance is designed very well. It uses sophisticated technique and draws on Russian culture."
Valery leaves next week for a tour of Cyprus with The Nutcracker. We'll keep you updated on both these projects as information comes in.
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