Misha Ge: TSL’s Interview with the Noted Skater and Choreographer (Evgenia Medvedeva, Kazuki Tomono)

Misha Ge has always stood out in the skating world. The child of figure skating coaches from Russia and China has always combined elements of his cultural background and love of music and dance to create a unique identity on the ice. Before he even finished competing, Misha was already sought after as a choreographer for the likes of Gracie Gold, Anna Pologrilaya and Elizaveta Tuktamysheva. This season, he worked with Kazuki Tomono and countless others before getting a call to choreograph a new short program for Evgenia Medvedeva. We break down all of this and more in our interview with the very charming Misha Ge.

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