USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance

USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance

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There is nothing more beautiful than ballet, with all the artforms that it involves... and at times like this, I think, nothing more beautiful than having Elizabeth Kaye talk about it.

The Music Center’s presentation of “The Unexpected History of The Nutcracker” did not disappoint!

Yesterday, the Center’s esteemed speaker Elizabeth Kaye delivered an uplifting and well-researched talk that confirms her status as a celebrated ballet historian.

It was an interesting and impressive choice to tell the Nutcracker story through a focus on its composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, revealing elements of his character, life and work process that went into creating his timeless masterpieces.

Given the fine and unprotected nature of this artistic genius who soars above others also classified as such, it may be no coincidence that the name Tchaikovsky is a derivative of the Russian word “tchaika”, which means “seagull”. A bird is often a metaphor for a higher, finer vibrational state. Not only do birds fly above the ground we humans walk on, but it is also a known fact that birds sing within the highest frequency octaves of the human range.

As is often the case, the most beautiful things created in our visible world are “out of this world”. Extraordinary works are usually conceived through individuals who literally live in another realm, and see through an uncommon measure of perception. We can probably concur that it is no easy feat to bring such rarified forms of information through, from one dimension into another.

Yet for all our differences, we are all made of the human cloth, and Tchaikovsky’s story is a testament to the universality of the struggles we each face in our personal journeys.

And so, to present the history of the Nutcracker through such a tribute to its musical author -- with appreciation of the angst and tribulations endured throughout the creative process that yielded this world treasure may be considered a most valued message.
A message most timely and eternally relevant, it also serves to encourage the importance of moving through our challenges, knowing that we are each here with a unique purpose and contribution.

Also, a big shout-out to The Music Center and CDA for bringing this spirit to our holiday season!!

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Was greatly uplifting to see and hear Desmond Richardson at The Music Center’s Digital Dance Salon Series the other day (November 18th).

The richness of his multi-disciplinary artistry is so evident, and what makes it so exceptionally attractive is its concordance with his foundation in classical dance (aka, ballet) -- which elevates and strengthens everything that he represents and expresses to a regal state.

Desmond talked about being ignited to dance by the legendary Rudolf Nureyev and remarked about a monumental moment in his career when dancing on the very same Mariinsky Theatre stage as Nureyev once had, with the sensational principal dancer Diana Vishneva in the project Beauty in Motion.

The talk was curated by The Music Center President and CEO, Rachel Moore and also featured the scholarly dance critic Sasha Anawalt who talked about the relevance and history of modern dance and its roots in LA.

-- be well & be connected with what you love😘


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“3 Point Turn” pas de deux ballet with Desmond Richardson and Diana Vishneva at the 2008 premiere of Beauty in Motion; choreography by Dwight Rhoden.
https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=2231503180434195

Desmond Richardson and Diana Vishneva at USC in 2015
https://kaufman.usc.edu/diana-vishneva-desmond-richardson-salon/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=550nYk5Jn5c&t=157s
URGENT CASTING FEMALE one Ballet dancer and one Hip Hop Dancer for Saturday November 7th in downtown LA Art District filming at the Lucent Dossier Studio for the hip hop rap music video starring Ike Catcher.

Your scene is called the “Harem Den” you will be featured front and center with fire dancers, contortionists, aerialists, snake charmers, painted goddesses and more. This scene celebrates female beauty, creativity, and talent. It is like the best of humanity, a scene of hope and utopia.

* The ballet dancer will be doing simple bourrees' in 5th position in pointe shoes

This will be a corona safe set with social distancing, masks and other precautions will be taken to make everyone feel safe and comfortable.

Professional hair and makeup on set. Call time will be 10 AM and prepare to be on set for the day.

This is a trade shoot. We have a professional photographer on set and you will receive quality photo stills that you can use for your own portfolio/promotion. We will feed you lunch and take very good care of you for what is sure to be a fantastic experience.

Comment below ASAP or for a faster response shoot an email to [email protected] if you are interested in this one of a kind opportunity. I am a current USC School of Cinema student and I am directing and producing this project.

Thank you Goddesses!
Hi everyone! I created a survey about ballet dancers and would appreciate it if you could take the time to complete it. It shouldn't take more than five minutes. Thank you! Here is the link:
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Hi there, my name is Matt I’m a grad student in the producing program at the USC School of Cinematic Arts. I’m producing a short thesis film set in 1955 Las Vegas, and I’m looking to work with a choreographer to choreograph a 30-second Vegas-style jazz/lindy hop dance number with 7 dancers in the opening of the film. We can pay $150. We’d shoot for one day during August 20-24 in LA. If interested please email me at [email protected] or text 310-721-8861. Thank you!
Dance Coach/Choreographer

TA**US THE BULL ENTERTAINMENT is a new company that is looking for a dance coach/choreographer for a Kpop boy group that will be forming in the Los Angeles area in September 2019.

Please Send:
* “Video Performance” (Collage of performances is fine) under 5 mins.
* Resume: Training and Credits

If interested, you will be sent a “Form and Questions” to submit.

Job Description:
* Coach the Kpop group to make sure they are in sync for 1 or 2 months
* Able to choreograph their music video and stage performance as needed
* There is some pay.

Sounds interesting! Submit to:
[email protected]
Hello there,

We wanted to reach out and let you know that choreography submissions for the 2019 Boston Contemporary Dance Festival are due May 15th! The festival brings a diverse array of contemporary dance artists together from across the United States and will be held on August 10th at the Huntington Theatre. Last summer, BCDF 2018 presented work of over 50 dance companies/artists from around the nation with Camille A. Brown & Dancers as the headliner. Please do not hesitate to email [email protected] with any questions. http://bostoncontemporarydance.org/2019-application
Please join us tomorrow from 6:30-9pm for an Intra-Arts Study Break in Lindhurst Gallery!
Amazing presentation at the World Choreography Award ceremony! Congratulations!
***CASTING CALL***
PROJECT TITLE: UNSPOKEN LOVE

AFRICAN AMERICAN PERFORMERS OF COLOR( AGE 21-31) ACTORS/DANCERS/CHOREOGRAPHERS TRAINED IN CONTEMPORARY/BALLET FOR A SHORT USC STUDENT FILM.

ALSO LOOKING FOR MUSIC COMPOSERS

The film is a Drama, a love triangle between one male and two female dancers from the same troupe rehearsing for a performance. Brief kissing scene involved. No nudity.

Shooting Dates: Weekends of 7th and 8th April 2018 and 14th and 15th of April 2018.

Please contact me for details. [email protected]

Welcome to the official page for the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance. The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance combines a conservatory environment and interdisciplinary practice with the academic rigor of a major private research institution.

Its hallmark is the innovation of a hybrid movement model expressed in new media, scholarship, studio practice, music and choreography. The school prepares leaders for the future and offers students a robust performance repertory and strategic career skills, as well as opportunities for artistic development and collaboration with world-renowned artists in Los Angeles.

New courses support students' return to in-person learning | USC Kaufman 07/13/2021

New courses support students' return to in-person learning | USC Kaufman

Due to remote learning, BFA students have been unable to dance as rigorously as they normally would. To prepare dancers for in-person activities, USC Kaufman created the Kaufman Summer Bridge and Pre-Professional Dance Techniques. Read on to learn more:

New courses support students' return to in-person learning | USC Kaufman USC Kaufman will offer bridge programs for both continuing students and recent graduates during the summer and the 2021-2022 school year.

Dancing His Way Onto Hollywood’s Walk of Fame: Nigel Lythgoe Reflects on Storied Career 07/09/2021

Dancing His Way Onto Hollywood’s Walk of Fame: Nigel Lythgoe Reflects on Storied Career

USC Kaufman Board of Councilors member Nigel Lythgoe will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today, celebrating a career that has spanned over 50 years. Lythgoe's star will be installed at 6258 Hollywood Blvd. Congratulations, Nigel!

Dancing His Way Onto Hollywood’s Walk of Fame: Nigel Lythgoe Reflects on Storied Career Strip away the millions, the titles, the credits, and what’s left is a dancer. Nigel Lythgoe, executive producer of “American Idol” and “So You Think You Can Dance,” Officer of the British Empire a…

Laguna Dance Festival Brings Live, In-Person Dance Back to Young Orange County Dancers 07/08/2021

Laguna Dance Festival Brings Live, In-Person Dance Back to Young Orange County Dancers

Last month, the Laguna Dance Festival hosted “Moving Together In-Person” at Orange County Music and Dance. Hear from Professor Jodie Gates, the festival's Founder and Artistic Director, and attendees including William Okajima (BFA '24) about the experience:

Laguna Dance Festival Brings Live, In-Person Dance Back to Young Orange County Dancers Students embrace the chance to dance inside a studio after a year of unconventional dance training.

USC community encourages Trojans to get vaccinated 07/06/2021

USC community encourages Trojans to get vaccinated

The USC community is stepping up and encouraging each Trojan to get vaccinated, to ensure a happy and healthy campus. Read more about USC's alumni, faculty, and students' initiative to get our campus vaccinated.

USC community encourages Trojans to get vaccinated From Mark and Marilou Hamill to quarterback Kedon Slovis, the message is clear: Getting vaccinated helps the whole Trojan Family.

Finding Hope Through Dance: What Dance Means to Hong Kong’s Hope Patterson — HK DANCE MAGAZINE 07/01/2021

Finding Hope Through Dance: What Dance Means to Hong Kong’s Hope Patterson — HK DANCE MAGAZINE

In this article, USC Kaufman's Hope Patterson (BFA '24) shares details of her artistic journey and speaks on navigating the dance world in her home of Hong Kong amidst the pandemic. Read more about Hope and her journey here:

Finding Hope Through Dance: What Dance Means to Hong Kong’s Hope Patterson — HK DANCE MAGAZINE The dance industry is always changing, but it has never changed so abruptly and drastically as it has over the last year. Imagine starting as a freshman in a tertiary dance program in the year of 2020. It would take a lot of hope and determination to keep up your dance training.  Finding

Dance Artists Congratulate the Class of 2021 06/29/2021

Dance Artists Congratulate the Class of 2021

In case you missed it, check out these world renowned artists’ well-wishes to USC Kaufman's Class of 2021! Congratulations, graduates!

Dance Artists Congratulate the Class of 2021 USC Kaufman Artists in Residence, previous visiting guest artists, and artists from around the world congratulate the Class of 2021. This video was part of a...

Cultivating excellence and accessibility through USC Kaufman Scholarship 06/24/2021

Cultivating excellence and accessibility through USC Kaufman Scholarship

We strive to ensure that students' decisions to attend USC Kaufman are not hindered by financial barriers, and as we embark upon a new academic year, we are reminded of the importance of USC Kaufman's Scholarship Fund. Read more about the USC Kaufman Scholarship Fund and the immense impact it has on our students and School:

Cultivating excellence and accessibility through USC Kaufman Scholarship As we assess the successes and challenges of the past year, we turn our focus to strengthening the USC Kaufman Scholarship Fund.

06/22/2021

Scholarships change the lives of our BFA students, and we appreciate everyone who has contributed to the USC Kaufman Scholarship Fund. In this video, hear from students and alumni about how scholarships have made their artistic and academic journeys possible.

Juneteenth 06/18/2021

Juneteenth

Join us tomorrow as we celebrate Juneteenth in an event reflecting on and recommitting to the struggle for racial justice, as we honor the intellectual, political and cultural contributions of Black Americans with poetry, music, and dance.

Juneteenth Join us as we celebrate Juneteenth in an event reflecting on and recommitting to the struggle for racial justice, as we honor the intellectual, political and cultural contributions of Black Americans with poetry, music, and dance. This event will have closed captioning. For questions or to request a...

Student Blog: Writing "Love a Little Harder" | USC Kaufman 06/16/2021

Student Blog: Writing "Love a Little Harder" | USC Kaufman

Due to the pandemic, our students found many new ways to channel their creative energy in addition to dance. Amidst the lockdown, Jonathan Alexander (BFA '23) began writing pop music, and recently released his debut single and music video, "Love A Little Harder"! Read more about the music video in Jon's student blog:

Student Blog: Writing "Love a Little Harder" | USC Kaufman Jonathan Alexander (BFA '23) sought new ways to hone his creativity during quarantine, so he wrote his first song, "Love a Little Harder."

COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge | The White House 06/14/2021

COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge | The White House

The University of Southern California is taking the COVID College Challenge pledge! Together, our students, staff, and faculty can make a difference in the fight against COVID-19.

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Change the Stigma: dance minor creates mental health nonprofit 06/10/2021

Change the Stigma: dance minor creates mental health nonprofit

Alexis Augustine, a dance minor at USC Kaufman, drew from her past struggles with mental health issues to create her nonprofit, Change the Stigma. This organization strives to eliminate misguided stereotypes through discussion and open-mindedness in the arts and community events. Read more about Alexis and Change the Stigma here:

Change the Stigma: dance minor creates mental health nonprofit Alexis Augustine, a dance minor at USC Kaufman, drew from her past mental health issues to create her nonprofit, Change the Stigma.

The Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU Announces 2021-22 Fellows 06/08/2021

The Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU Announces 2021-22 Fellows

We are proud to congratulate USC Kaufman's Professor of Dance and Founding Director Jodie Gates, who was recently announced as one of The Center for Ballet and the Arts at New York University’s 2021-2022 fellows! CBA is an international research institute for scholars and artists of ballet and its related arts and sciences.

The Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU Announces 2021-22 Fellows The Center Sees Thirteen Percent Increase in Applications from Previous Year in its Largest Application Round to Date

06/03/2021

In case you missed it, check out this interview with Professor Patrick Corbin and Artist in Residence Micaela Taylor, discussing Micaela's latest projects and her work with USC Kaufman's Class of 2024!

Anja Tempel launches EDI directed research project | USC Kaufman 06/01/2021

Anja Tempel launches EDI directed research project | USC Kaufman

Anja Tempel (BFA ‘24) began her freshmen year at USC last fall. A summer of global protests calling for racial justice and her first semester at USC Kaufman opened her eyes to the complexities of race, identity and dance, and prompted her to begin a directed research project with Professor Achinta S. McDaniel as an outlet to learn more about herself as a dancer and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) within dance.

Anja Tempel launches EDI directed research project | USC Kaufman Last summer's racial justice protests inspired Anja Tempel (BFA '24) to pursue a directed research project on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion within dance.

05/28/2021

Catch up with lecturer Achinta S. McDaniel, and learn more about the lovely artform of Bollywood, which will be held in person this fall at USC Kaufman. Bollywood is open to all USC students, so be sure to register today!

RYBG: USC Kaufman alumni launch production company | USC Kaufman 05/26/2021

RYBG: USC Kaufman alumni launch production company | USC Kaufman

Alumni Adam Agostino and Justin Epstein (BFA ‘19) launched their production company, RYBG, in the spring of 2020. The pair had already been collaborating as part of the media crew for USC Kaufman’s Dance Operations. They saw RYBG as a natural progression of this work, and later brought on fellow alum, Noah Guthier (BFA ‘19), to round out their multifaceted company. Learn more about RYBG and their mission here:

RYBG: USC Kaufman alumni launch production company | USC Kaufman USC Kaufman alumni Adam Agostino, Justin Epstein and Noah Guthier (BFA '19) teamed up to launch their multidisciplinary production company, RYBG.

USC Kaufman hosts virtual celebration and commencement ceremony 05/24/2021

USC Kaufman hosts virtual celebration and commencement ceremony

On Thursday, May 13, the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance hosted a virtual celebration to honor the Class of 2021 which included some special words from Dean Robert Cutietta, visionary founder Glorya Kaufman, faculty, staff, parents, and fellow graduates. Watch the broadcast of USC Kaufman’s in-person commencement ceremony, view more photos from the event, and watch USC Kaufman’s virtual celebration here:

USC Kaufman hosts virtual celebration and commencement ceremony On May 13, USC Kaufman hosted a virtual celebration to honor the Class of 2021. In addition, USC hosted a commencement ceremony at LA Coliseum on May 20.

05/21/2021

Jordan Powell (BFA '22) reflects on this past year and gives a glimpse of what remote learning was like for her as a dance major at USC Kaufman.

Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremony 05/19/2021

Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremony

The USC Kaufman in-person commencement ceremony for the Class of 2020 and the Class of 2021 will take place at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum tomorrow. We cannot wait to celebrate our graduates! Congratulations to all.

Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremony The USC Kaufman in-person ceremony for the Class of 2020 and 2021 will take place at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on May 20, 2021 at 3:30 p.m. PT.

Sidney Ramsey to graduate with first double major | USC Kaufman 05/17/2021

Sidney Ramsey to graduate with first double major | USC Kaufman

Sidney Ramsey (BFA '21) graduates as USC Kaufman's first double major. She pursued two degrees in Dance and Health and Human Sciences as well as a minor in Psychology. During her time at USC, she was able to see her studies intertwine through coursework and supplemental research. Read on:

Sidney Ramsey to graduate with first double major | USC Kaufman Sidney Ramsey (BFA '21) graduates this spring as the first BFA student with a double major in Dance and Health and Human Sciences and a minor in Psychology.

Renae Williams Niles joins USC Kaufman Board of Councilors 05/14/2021

Renae Williams Niles joins USC Kaufman Board of Councilors

Last month, USC President Carol L. Folt approved Dean Robert Cutietta's nomination of Renae Williams Niles to the USC Kaufman Board of Councilors. In addition to being a founding member of the school's original Board of Advisors, Williams Niles served as a USC Kaufman staff member. Learn more about Renae here:

Renae Williams Niles joins USC Kaufman Board of Councilors Last month, USC President Carol L. Folt approved Dean Robert Cutietta's nomination of Renae Williams Niles to the USC Kaufman Board of Councilors.

Class of 2021 Virtual Celebration | USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance 05/12/2021

Class of 2021 Virtual Celebration | USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance

Please join us tomorrow for a virtual celebration of the USC Kaufman Class of 2021! This celebratory event will feature video messages from USC Kaufman staff, faculty and surprise guests, photo slideshows of the graduating students, and more!

Class of 2021 Virtual Celebration | USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance Please join us for a virtual celebration of the USC Kaufman Class of 2021! This celebratory event will feature video messages, photo slideshows and more.

Inside Ed: Creating dance history curriculum for today’s undergrads - Dance International Magazine 05/11/2021

Inside Ed: Creating dance history curriculum for today’s undergrads - Dance International Magazine

Check out this article about the everchanging dance history curriculum for today’s undergrads, featuring USC Kaufman's own Assistant Professor, Alison D'Amato!

Inside Ed: Creating dance history curriculum for today’s undergrads - Dance International Magazine D’Amato…focus to “put the body at the centre of history making.” Daniel, "Whose history are we talking about?"...students work through visibility & inclusion

USC Kaufman professor joins Ann Reinking Scholarship board 05/10/2021

USC Kaufman professor joins Ann Reinking Scholarship board

Bonnie Homsey, an Adjunct Assistant Professor at USC Kaufman, recently joined the Advisory Board as the Chair of the Application and Adjudication Committee of the annual Ann Reinking Scholarship. The scholarship was recently launched by Off The Lane, a nonprofit organization committed to developing programs to empower artists early in their careers. Read more here:

USC Kaufman professor joins Ann Reinking Scholarship board USC Kaufman professor Bonnie Homsey recently joined the Advisory Board of the Ann Reinking Scholarship, which helps young dancers kick-start ther careers.

05/07/2021

Check out the final episode of Nina Gumbs' (BFA '22) video series, Opinions of an Artist: Looking at the Past Pushes Them Forward. In this interview with USC Thornton Professor Ron McCurdy, they discuss the relevance of Black History Month and the need for people to be more inclusive. Watch the video and check out USC Thornton’s “From Tragedy to Triumph” series organized by Professor McCurdy at thorntonlive.usc.edu.

Kyle Abraham Prepares for a New Role at USC Kaufman 05/06/2021

Kyle Abraham Prepares for a New Role at USC Kaufman

This fall, Kyle Abraham becomes the Claude and Alfred Mann Endowed Professor in Dance at USC Kaufman. He takes over from pioneering dancemaker William Forsythe, who held the inaugural endowment since 2015. Learn more about Kyle, what drew him to USC, and what he hopes to achieve in his new role.

Kyle Abraham Prepares for a New Role at USC Kaufman Choreographer and dancer Kyle Abraham recently added another prestigious feather to his cap: This fall he becomes the Claude and Alfred Mann Endowed Professor in Dance at the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance. He takes over from pioneering dancemaker William Forsythe, who held the inaugural endowme...

Dance minor alumni draw on their training post graduation | USC Kaufman 05/03/2021

Dance minor alumni draw on their training post graduation | USC Kaufman

USC Kaufman dance minors blend dance training with chosen majors to create their own path of interdisciplinary studies. Read on to discover how two alumni of the program draw from their dance minor in their postgraduate lives.

Dance minor alumni draw on their training post graduation | USC Kaufman Discover how alumni from the USC Kaufman dance minor use their training in their academic and professional lives post graduation.

How to Deal with Auditions Gone Digital 04/30/2021

How to Deal with Auditions Gone Digital

Just when you thought auditioning couldn't get any more complicated, COVID-19 forced many opportunities out of studios and onto screens. Check out this article for online audition advice from USC Kaufman Professors Kyle Abraham and Jackie Kopcsak.

How to Deal with Auditions Gone Digital Just when you thought auditioning couldn't get any more complicated, COVID-19 has forced many opportunities out of studios and onto screens. Here's how to show the panel your own unique presence, energy and dynamics—even when "across the floor" might mean "across your garage."

04/29/2021

Tune in tonight for the final performance of New Works+. Before the show, watch Artist in Residence Micaela Taylor in conversation with Professor Patrick Corbin!

04/28/2021

Catch up with Artist in Residence Doug Varone and Professor Bruce McCormick before tonight's New Works+ performance, part of our online dance festival A/Part To/Gather: Spring 2021!

04/28/2021

Tune in for another night of New Works+ and a special pre-show talk with Professor Jennifer McQuiston Lott and Artist in Residence Marjani Forté-Saunders!

04/26/2021

Catch a special talk with Artist in Residence Dwight Rhoden and Professor Bret Easterling before tonight's New Works+ performance, part of our online dance festival A/Part To/Gather: Spring 2021!

A/Part To/Gather: Spring 2021 | USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance 04/23/2021

A/Part To/Gather: Spring 2021 | USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance

Video Stage, a virtual screening of original dance films created by members of USC Kaufman's Class of 2023, launches today as part of A/Part To/Gather: Spring 2021. RSVP for this event to receive a link to the Vimeo showcase, which includes an exciting bonus film by faculty member Bret Easterling!

A/Part To/Gather: Spring 2021 | USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance Gather virtually and celebrate different facets of dance. This festival will include student and faculty choreography, plus new works by Marjani Fortè-Saunders, Dwight Rhoden, Micaela Taylor and Doug Varone.

A/Part To/Gather: Spring 2021 | USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance 04/22/2021

A/Part To/Gather: Spring 2021 | USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance

Tomorrow and Saturday, tune into A/Part To/Gather: Spring 2021's presentation of our Advanced Composition Showing. Original works from our current juniors and seniors are a must-see! RSVP here:

A/Part To/Gather: Spring 2021 | USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance Gather virtually and celebrate different facets of dance. This festival will include student and faculty choreography, plus new works by Marjani Fortè-Saunders, Dwight Rhoden, Micaela Taylor and Doug Varone.

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