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Ballets By David Lichine - Career
... after the death of Serge Diaghilev, Lichine became a charter member of Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo, founded in January 1932 by Colonel Wassily de Basil, René Blum, and Serge Grigoriev ... As a principal dancer, Lichine stayed with de Basil's company from its inception until 1941, headlining the company through all its subsequent renamings, which finally ended as Original Ballet ... Cotillion, Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, and Suites de Danse (all, 1932) and Léonide Massine's Jeux d'Enfants (1932), Choreartium (1933), Les Présages (1933), and Union Pacific (1934) ...
André Eglevsky
... At the age of fourteen he joined Wassily de Basil's (a.k.a ... de Basil) Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, and after six months was dancing leading roles in such ballets as Swan Lake, Les Sylphides, and Les Présages ... Youskevitch as the company's Premier Danseur, and a year later joined René Blum's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo ...
Ballet Russe De Monte Carlo Dancers
... Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo was a ballet company created by members of the Ballets Russes in 1938 after Léonide Massine and René Blum had a falling-out with the co-founder ... de Basil) ... De Basil then renamed his rival company The Original Ballet Russe ...
Ballets Russes And Descendants
... In 1932 Colonel Wassily de Basil and his associate René Blum revived the company under the name Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo ... De Basil and Blum argued constantly in 1938 the founders split and De Basil founded another company, which he called the Original Ballet Russe, while Blum renamed his group Ballet Russe de ...