George Balanchine

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Boston Globe
Veteran filmmakers, a determined dancer, and morethree decades of experience to testify to that. She was principal ballerina for
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
three decades of experience to testify to that. She was principal ballerina for the New York City Ballet, dancing works by George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins, and contemporary choreography luminaries such as Christopher Wheeldon and Alexei... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
David Hallberg's 'dark days' in Melbourne pay off for Australian Ballet[which] I want to reciprocate as much as possible," he says. With Symphony in
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
[which] I want to reciprocate as much as possible," he says. With Symphony in C –an accessible, 40-minute tutu-romp by George Balanchine – Hallberg comes full circle. It was one of the first roles he performed as a young principal with ABT, 15... Read more
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The Age
David Hallberg's 'dark days' in Melbourne pay off for Australian Ballet[which] I want to reciprocate as much as possible," he says. With Symphony in
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
[which] I want to reciprocate as much as possible," he says. With Symphony in C –an accessible, 40-minute tutu-romp by George Balanchine – Hallberg comes full circle. It was one of the first roles he performed as a young principal with ABT, 15... Read more
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Miami New Times
Five Dead Celebrities You Didn't Know Were Buried in South FloridaCity School of Ballet at only eleven years old. Within three years, he outshone
Miami New Times / Posted 18 days ago
City School of Ballet at only eleven years old. Within three years, he outshone his peers, even garnering two offers from George Balanchine to join the New York City Ballet. Both times, Bujones said no. In 1973, he became a soloist in the... Read more
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Miami New Times
Five Dead Celebrities You Didn't Know Were Buried in South FloridaCity School of Ballet at only eleven years old. Within three years, he outshone
Miami New Times / Posted 18 days ago
City School of Ballet at only eleven years old. Within three years, he outshone his peers, even garnering two offers from George Balanchine to join the New York City Ballet. Both times, Bujones said no. In 1973, he became a soloist in the... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Star ballerina Tiler Peck is in L.A. to prove that BalletNow goes far beyond ‘Swan Lake’who move me. — Tiler Peck, dancer and curator Peck chose the performers and t
Los Angeles Times / Posted 25 days ago
who move me. — Tiler Peck, dancer and curator Peck chose the performers and the repertory, which includes works by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins — the longtime mainstays of her home company. She also included recent works by two of... Read more
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Arts Journal
Burt Kennedy on writing the Budd Boetticher-Randolph Scott westernsU.S. and the Robson Press in England and now available in paperback. I have als
Arts Journal / Posted 29 days ago
U.S. and the Robson Press in England and now available in paperback. I have also written biographies of Louis Armstrong, George Balanchine, and H.L. Mencken, as well as a volume of my collected essays called A … [Read More...] To read all three... Read more
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EuroNews
New York Ballet combines with Paris and Bolshoi to celebrate "Jewels"stage in New York to celebrate the 50th anniversary of “Jewels”. The ballet is
EuroNews / Posted 29 days ago
stage in New York to celebrate the 50th anniversary of “Jewels”. The ballet is by Russian-born dancer and choreographer George Balanchine, the co-founder of the New York City Ballet and Artistic Director for more than 35 years. Director of the... Read more
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