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Tiler Peck on Balanchine's TSCHAIKOVSKY PAS DE DEUX

Principal Dancer Tiler Peck talks about taking risks and learning to trust herself in Balanchine's high energy crowd pleaser set to extra music from Tschaikovsky's Swan Lake

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