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A night of contrasts, and temptations, at Boston Ballet

By Thea Singer
Globe Correspondent / October 19, 2007

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"La Sylphide," originally choreographed by Filippo Taglioni, may have kicked off the era of the Romantic ballet with its premiere in Paris in 1832. But last night, in Boston Ballet's performance of August Bournonville's version of the classic, it continued to ring with timeless truths. (Full article: 730 words)

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