Ballets Russes

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Ballets Russes:

see Diaghilev, Sergei PavlovichDiaghilev, Sergei Pavlovich
, 1872–1929, Russian ballet impresario and art critic, grad. St. Petersburg Conservatory of Music, 1892. In 1898 he founded an influential journal, Mir Iskusstva [The World of Art].
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Milwaukee Ballet offers up contemporary takes on Fokine and Nijinsky classics in Ballet Russe Reimagined, Feb.
Chika was the leading dancer for Ballet Russe, the Swansea-based company made up of 12 graduates from world renowned academies in St Petersburg and Moscow.
There are only a few spaces remaining for this year's Fairbridge Cymru Ballet Russe Gala Dinner at the Marriott Hotel, Cardiff on May 4, which includes a Champagne reception.
Zadoff was among the last dancers to tour the United States with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, the troupe that revolutionized and popularized ballet in the early and mid-20th century.
The superb documentary Ballets Russes, produced and directed by Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine, provides an opera-glass view of the dueling Ballets Russes (the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo and Colonel de Basil's Original Ballet Russe) that emerged from Serge Diaghilev's legendary troupe.
THE THREE BALLET companies that emerged following Diaghilev's death in 1929 and the subsequent dissolution of his legendary Ballet Russe were the greatest dance troupes in the world in their day, and all contemporary ballet owes them a debt.
Breathlessly canvassing the six-decade history of the various companies that danced under the Ballet Russe moniker, Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller's expertly crafted, years-in-the-making docu takes viewers on an ebullient odyssey from Russia to Australia to whistle-stop America, populated by a cast of charismatic, eternally young-at-heart ballet vets.
It drew participants from four continents including nearly one hundred surviving dancers from the de Basil Ballets Russes and Sergey Denham's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo.
After leaving the Soviet Union in 1924 with George Balanchine, she danced with Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets Russes and Colonel de Basil's troupe before becoming the most beloved leading lady of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, where she formed a legendary partnership with Frederic Franklin.
From 1938-1952, he was premier danseur with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, where he performed more than 45 principal roles, and was appointed ballet master in 1944.
CLASSIC production The Nutcracker will be taken to the South Wales Valleys by Swansea's Ballet Russe.