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    Renato Paroni made the most of Tunyogi's contradictory qualities of coolness and warmth, serenity and volatility. Slender and strong, she has a purity of line that can make her seem otherworldly - angelic or demonic.

    By Jann Parry, London.

    In Debussy's Claire de Lune, ballerina Tunyogi with her refined dance movements, displayed not only a great classical beauty, but reinforced the poetic quality of the French composer.

    - China Times 

    “Tall and pretty Henriett charmed the audience with her technical skill and the mastery of  the ballet idiom. She demonstrated how solo numbers even without the trappings of the corps de ballet could be equally attractive.” 

    -G. Georges, The Statesman, New Delhi