Benjamin Millepied

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Benjamin Millepied rose to fame as a principal dancer and choreographer at the New York City Ballet. His big break came in the movie “Black Swan.”

Choreographer Benjamin Millepied has a vision for dance in LA

Benjamin Millepied rose to fame as a principal dancer and choreographer at the New York City Ballet. His big break came in the movie “Black Swan.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The  LA Dance Project , founded by celebrity choreographer Benjamin Millepied, kicks off its second season Feb. 20 at the new Ace Hotel in downtown.

Choreographer Benjamin Millepied

The LA Dance Project , founded by celebrity choreographer Benjamin Millepied, kicks off its second season Feb. 20 at the new Ace Hotel in downtown.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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