Our column MEMORIES (pp. 130-133) offers room to pay respects to all esteemed local and international artists who have deceased. On pp. 130-132, two texts pay homage to the last prince of Serbian ballet and renowned contemporary dancer Aleksandar Izrailovski. The lines of the brief, touching essay “May Ballet be his head rest” illustrates the life and work of our Saša, as well as the life and work of all artists whose bodies are being subjected to various dance techniques over and over again and who are often challenging their bodies to give the audience the magic of the moment on the stage. The second article gives details of the last project by Aleksandar Izrailovski, submitted to the Board of Directors of the National Theatre in Belgrade just months prior to his death. The project had been approved by the Board, but was never brought to life due to the premature departure of its creator. ORCHESTRA publishes this project as the last artistic will and testament and the final trace in time of an indisputably excellent Serbian dancer, the principal of the Ballet of the National Theatre in Belgrade and a great explorer of contemporary dance trends.