Mr Joseph B. Urry
Olivia Dow has this year succeeded to amalgamate the ubiquitous Barbie doll with Swan Lake. The choreography of her ballet at the Mediterranean Conference Centre yesterday week was superb and the immortal music of Tchaikovsky delighted the grown-ups and provided alternative music for the youngsters. This is what culture is all about. Well done to everybody involved in the production and staging of Barbie of Swan Lake. Keep it up, Olivia and John!
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Olivia Dow Bolsters contemporary and classic ballet
A scene from Kitchen Royale presented by the Olivia Dow School of Russian Ballet to a packed audience at the Sir Temi Zammit Theatre, University of Malta. This was another enjoyable evening of colour, talent, discipline, glamour and lovely costumes. This performance was the result of hard work and hours of rehearsals and disciplined teaching.
The Olivia Dow School of Ballet recently presented another successful end of year school show, Kitchen Royale, a ballet production held at Sir Temi Zammit Theatre, University of Malta.
The production was produced and directed by Olivia Dow featuring Ballet Russe de Malte and included a cast of students from Olivia Dow School of Russian Ballet.