Ballet Russe

Some articles on ballets, ballet, ballet russe:

Ballets Russes And Descendants
... The Ballets Russes (The Russian Ballets) was an itinerant ballet company from Russia which performed between 1909 and 1929 in many countries ... Sergei Diaghilev, it is regarded as the greatest ballet company of the 20th century ... Many of its dancers originated from the Imperial Ballet of Saint Petersburg ...
Eleanor Antin - Works - 1980s
... who performed with the prestigious Russian Ballet Russe troupe in the 1920s ... She portrays herself dancing and mingling with the Ballet Russe troupe and cast as the exotic outsider in fictional performances such as The Prisoner of Persia ... and romances as a talented, respected, revered ballerina from the Ballet Russe dance troupe ...
Gaîté Parisienne - History
... Before the opening night, the ballet was advertised under the tentative titles of Gay Mabille and Tortoni, after a Paris café, but Manuel Rosenthal recalled that Count Étie ... Massine had originally commissioned this ballet from Roger Désormière, but, owing to lack of time, he asked his friend Rosenthal to take on the commission ... himself did not conduct the first performance of the ballet, and instead Efrem Kurtz was conductor for the ballet's premiere ...

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