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 Post subject: Nejla Yatkin
PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2001 11:58 pm 
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<B>Nejla Yatkin, Outdancing Her Own Choreography</B> <BR>By Pamela Squires in The Washington Post<BR> <P>Some dancers have such a strong stage presence that they appear far taller than they are. Nejla Y. Yatkin is one of them. This Turkish-German modern dancer, whose NY2 Dance performed the second part of her "Existence" trilogy Sunday at Dance Place, was the most striking feature of the evening. She's long-waisted, with sturdy legs; broad, muscular feet; a Nefertiti profile; and eyes as black as her hair. And she moves with terrifying purpose.<P><A HREF="http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A51765-2001Nov6.html" TARGET=_blank><B>click for more</B></A>


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2003 2:21 pm 
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Friday, November 7, 2003; Page WE03
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With legs that don't stop and wavy raven hair, Nejla Yatkin is an alluring performer. At Dance Place Saturday at 8 and Sunday at 4, her company, NY2, performs three intriguing works under the title "Mosaic." There's "Chaconne," a solo choreographed to Bach by dance master Jose Limon in 1942, and two new Yatkin works: "Suite" explores relationships and "Identity," with live jazz accompaniment, looks at why people move from place to place. Call 202-269-1600.
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Around the World With Nejla Yatkin
By Sarah Kaufman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, November 10, 2003; Page C01
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"Mosaic," as Nejla Y. Yatkin dubbed her program this weekend at Dance Place, was as finely detailed and skillfully assembled as the title implies. Each of the three works -- one by modern dance legend Jose Limon, two by Yatkin -- was a multilayered experience, and together they left a lasting impression of a woman with a distinctive voice in firm control of her art.
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