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Three pairs of siblings are principals in New York City Ballet

Sister and brother Abi and Jonathan Stafford dance George Balanchine’s “Symphony in C.”
Sister and brother Abi and Jonathan Stafford dance George Balanchine’s “Symphony in C.”
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To make a career as a dancer with the prestigious New York City Ballet, the largest dance organization in America, is a high honor for a young man or woman. Once in a while, dancers from the same family share that dream. Among the former NYCB dancers in recent years, there have been the Tracey sisters, Kathleen and Margaret; the Roy sisters, Leslie and Melinda; and brothers David and William Otto. But this year, as ...


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