Conservatory Ballet's "The Nutcracker"
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Conservatory Ballet's "The Nutcracker"

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Great Falls’ Caroline Wildman, a senior at the Madeira School, soars across stage as The ...

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Great Falls’ pixie, Lily Wildman, covers the audience with holiday magic in her rendition of ...

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Great Falls’ Caroline Wildman, gracefully moving to the exotic sound of Tchaikovsky’s Arabian melody, mesmerizes ...

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Sophia Beneski, a Madeira School senior and Northern Virginia native, enchants audiences with her performance ...

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Oakton High School freshman Samantha Condro brings breathtaking elegance to her performance as Snow Queen ...

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Ryan Davis, an Oakton High School junior, soars across stage electrifying audiences in the Conservatory ...

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Ryan Davis, an Oakton High School junior lifts, turns and catches his partners with a ...

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Jessica Sarmiento, a Herndon/Oak Hill area student, in her Arabian solo in the Conservatory Ballet’s ...

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South Lakes High School senior Sara Petrosian enchants audiences performing as the Sugar Plum Fairy.

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Mary Cook, a South Lakes High School senior, celebrates the holidays on stage as Persephone ...

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Sara Petrosian, a South Lakes High School senior, brings breathtaking elegance to “The Nutcracker’s” Waltz ...

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