By Debra Craine
23 October 2019
There are many ways for a ballerina to retire. Sylvie Guillem packed in her illustrious career with enormous grace at the age of 50 and disappeared from the public eye; Alessandra Ferri retired and then changed her mind, pursuing a new career as a performer in her fifties; Darcey Bussell left Covent Garden in her thirties only to find even greater fame as a judge on Strictly Come Dancing in her forties. Viviana Durante chose the hardest route — starting a company.
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