La Sylphe - Ballerina

Ballerina

She was a guest artist at Carnegie Hall in April 1928. The Dance Art Society, a cooperative producing organization, included thirty of its members in the featured ballet, entitled The Mills of the Gods. She danced in a diminutive harlequinade and a Beardsleyesque composition called The Faun and the Peacock. La Sylphe was the ballerina of the American Ballet Guild in 1930. At the same time Ariel Millais was ballet master.

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