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See the ‘Ave Maria’ interpreted in ballet (Video)

TATIANA OSIPOV
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Ballerina Tatiana Osipov will take your breath away with her graceful dance to the classic musical piece.

Known for its distinctive precision and technique, ballet is a somewhat less common art form than it once was. So much so that it may be easy to forget that ballet is more than strict technique; like all dance, it is also filled with profound emotion that can fill the heart and uplift the soul.

Tatiana Osipov’s interpretation of the “Ave Maria” in a ballet routine is one such remarkable example of this. It’s no wonder the video of her dance has received over 157,000 views and been shared over 5,100 times. See her beautiful artistry in the video below.

Read more: When the Cranberries’ Dolores O’Riordan sang ‘Ave Maria’ with Pavarotti

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