Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A parrot of the genus Nymphiaus. The Australian corella, N. novœ-hollcndiæ, is about 12 inches long, with a pointed crest somewhat like a cockatoo's, long-exserted middle tail-feathers, and dark plumage with white wing-coverts, yellow crest, and orange auriculars.
“Corella is easy going and articulate in conversation.”
“This week, Debra Levine reviewed the Angel Corella Ballet; David Coggins interviewed musician Stephen Malkmus; theater critic James Scarborough celebrated the Chekhov's 150th birthday; David Galensen gave us a new view of artistic cycles from an economist's perspective and author/educator/artist James Elkins taught us how to * really* view a Mondrian.”
“That's the reason we made the company," says Corella.”
“Corella, 35, is chatting on an international call from Barcelona to Los Angeles in advance of the visit of his new company, Corella Ballet Castilla y Leon, to Los Angeles.”
“I don't know if other dancers get so involved," says Corella pensively.”
“When you play classical roles, you use your technique to express something, to make the audience part of what you're doing, says veteran ballet star Angel Corella, who as a principal dancer with American Ballet Theater for 15 years has played serious dudes with names like Siegfried, Albrecht, and Romeo.”
“Corella sees this as an opportunity and a way to keep home-grown talent at home.”
“The baby-faced Corella burst onto the U.S. scene making his debut with American Ballet Theater in 1995.”
“I'm very unfortunate in not having been in New York during the Baryshnikov era but I'm positive that there could never have been anyone better than Corella.”
“Some of the pieces were clearly staged to get the audience fired up: in one pas de deux, Corella lifted Herrera above his head and just balanced her there on one arm, with a drum roll lasting as long as they could hold it.”
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