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The Italian étoile Jacopo Tissi leaves the Moscow Bolshoi

He resigned following the war with a beautiful message in support of peace

Photo by Vlah Dumitru on Unsplash

Jacopo Tissi, the first Italian to become a Bolshoi étoile in Moscow, resigned following the war in Ukraine. The 27-year-old had been promoted just over two months ago, on New Year’s Eve, and that title represented a lifelong dream for him.




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