De Valois

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Duke Of Chartres - Counts Apanage - Branch of Capetian De Valois
... Charles de France, (1270 † 1325), Valois Count, Alençon, du Perche of Chartres, Anjou and Maine wedding first married to Margaret of Anjou (1273 † 1299), Countess of Anjou and Maine Married to his second ...
People Educated At The Royal Ballet School - History
... In 1926, the Irish-born dancer Ninette de Valois founded the Academy of Choreographic Art, a dance school for girls and the predecessor of today's Royal ... In 1928, she engaged de Valois to stage dance performances at both theatres and she re-opened Sadler's Wells theatre in 1931, with de Valois' school moving into studios on the site as the Sadler's Wells Ballet ...
Royal Ballet School - History
... In 1926, the Irish-born dancer Ninette de Valois founded the Academy of Choreographic Art, a dance school for girls and the predecessor of today's Royal Ballet School ... In 1928, she engaged de Valois to stage dance performances at both theatres and she re-opened Sadler's Wells theatre in 1931, with de Valois' school moving ...
Checkmate (ballet)
... Checkmate is a one act ballet created by the choreographer Ninette de Valois and composer Arthur Bliss ... was proposed by Bliss, and subsequently produced by de Valois for the Vic-Wells Ballet ... performed on 15 June 1937 at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Paris ...
Maryon Lane - Biography
... she became a member of Sadler's Wells Theatre Ballet, founded by Ninette de Valois ... at the theatre, starring in ballets by Frederick Ashton and Ninette De Valois ... The ballet was immediately successful and De Valois transferred it to Covent Garden ...