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International Ballet presents “La Sylphide” April 22-23

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Ballet dancers in rehearsal

International Ballet company dancers in rehearsals for International Ballet’s production of “La Sylphide.”

Photo by Kristen Laing Photography

This classic story ballet features exquisite technique and intriguing characters, challenging the audience to ponder the choices we make. First created for the Paris Opera Ballet in 1832, “La Sylphide” is one of the oldest full-length classical ballets still performed by professional ballet companies around the world today — and you can catch it at the Peace Center Saturday, April 22-Sunday, April 23.

“La Sylphide” features principal guest artist Ekaterina Nechayeva, a Greenville native who trained at International Ballet, and David Senti, who currently dances with Louisville Ballet.

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