Reviewed by Lory Martinez The Moscow Festival Ballet returned to Binghamton University this past Monday (April 7) with elegantly executed excerpts from The Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Romeo and Juliet and Don Quixote. Artistic director  for the performance, which took place in the Anderson Center, was retired Bolshoi Ballet dancer Sergei Radchenko, who founded the dance company in 1989. The show began with a classic scene from The Sleeping Beauty in which Princess Aurora celebrates her 16th birthday and meets her suitors. The piece featured Maria Sokolnikova as the...
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