George Balanchine

Latest stories

3d
Los Angeles Times
2016 Kennedy Center Honors go to the Eagles, Al Pacino, Mavis Staples and morethe honorees at the White House. Among the very earliest Kennedy Center honore
2016 Kennedy Center Honors go to the Eagles, Al Pacino, Mavis Staples and more
Los Angeles Times / Posted 3 days ago
the honorees at the White House. Among the very earliest Kennedy Center honorees were such figures as Fred Astaire, George Balanchine, Richard Rodgers, Aaron Copland, Ella Fitzgerald, Henry Fonda, Martha Graham, Tennessee Williams and... Read more
11d
Orlando Sentinel
Opera, ballet return to Enzian TheaterAfternoon of a Faun," "Petrouchka" and "The Three-Cornered Hat." That's follow
Opera, ballet return to Enzian Theater
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 11 days ago
Afternoon of a Faun," "Petrouchka" and "The Three-Cornered Hat." That's followed by a Sept. 24 program featuring pieces by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins. Showtimes are at 11 a.m. at the theater, 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland. Each show... Read more
17d
Chicago Tribune
Chicago Dancing Festival sets 10th anniversary lineupof the Pennsylvania Ballet; an evening-length performance titled "Modern Men" f
Chicago Dancing Festival sets 10th anniversary lineup
Chicago Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
of the Pennsylvania Ballet; an evening-length performance titled "Modern Men" featuring the work of male dancers; works by George Balanchine, William Forsythe, Christopher Wheeldon, Crystal Pite and Lar Lubovitch; and performances from national... Read more
20d
The Seattle Times
Three ballets tell compelling ‘American Stories’ during Pacific Northwest Ballet’s closing season programevening closing out the company’s season, emphasizes the distinct American root
Three ballets tell compelling ‘American Stories’ during Pacific Northwest Ballet’s closing season program
The Seattle Times / Posted 20 days ago
evening closing out the company’s season, emphasizes the distinct American roots of three great choreographers: George Balanchine, the Russian genius who made the United States his beloved adopted homeland; Jerome Robbins, a... Read more
23d
Philly.com
Ali made us think he would never dierain drops we called it, and he was elegant and flowing, such a glorious sight,
Ali made us think he would never die
Philly.com / Posted 23 days ago
rain drops we called it, and he was elegant and flowing, such a glorious sight, so mesmerizing that the ballet genius, George Balanchine, once was moved to speak in awe: "His legs . . . he fights with his legs." But that magic is no more. The... Read more
24d
The Seattle Times
The Week Ahead: ‘American Stories’ at PNB, Bob Dylan and Chuck Close printsout its season with a high-energy trio of works from three masters of American
The Week Ahead: ‘American Stories’ at PNB, Bob Dylan and Chuck Close prints
The Seattle Times / Posted 24 days ago
out its season with a high-energy trio of works from three masters of American dance: Jerome Robbins, Twyla Tharp and George Balanchine. “American Stories” runs through June 12. (Angela Sterling) Share story Email Newsletter... Read more
28d
examiner.com
PNB invites the city to share American StoriesAmerican life. Jerome Robbins’ “Fancy Free” (1944) about three sailors on shore
PNB invites the city to share American Stories
examiner.com / Posted 28 days ago
American life. Jerome Robbins’ “Fancy Free” (1944) about three sailors on shore leave inspired the musical “On The Town.” George Balanchine married the precision of his Russian training to the folk dancing of his adopted country in “Square Dance,”... Read more
29d
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Chance to assembleset to a Max Richter score. Lauren Bodenheimer, Hustel and Rustle performed a s
Chance to assemble
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 29 days ago
set to a Max Richter score. Lauren Bodenheimer, Hustel and Rustle performed a section from Glinka pas de trois, a George Balanchine ballet. "Walk the Line" and "Ring of Fire," two sections from the Johnny Cash-inspired ballet Under the... Read more

People in this news