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Armin Jordan - Selected Discography
... Barbara Hendricks, and Marcel Vanaud Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France. 4, with Edith Wiens, l'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande ... Francis Poulenc La Voix humaine La Dame de Monte-Carlo ...
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 ... Premier Danseur, and a year later joined René Blum's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo ...
Five Moons - The Ballerinas
14, she became the youngest dancer to be accepted by the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo ... Hightower first danced for the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo and several other companies ... was the director of the Marseilles Opera Ballet, the Ballet de Nancy, and the Ballet de l'Opéra National de Paris ...
Ballets Russes And Descendants - Brief History
... 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, the founders split and Blum founded another company, which he called the Original Ballet Russe ... After World War II began, the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo left Europe and toured extensively in the United States and South America ...
Les Ballets De Monte Carlo - History
... The first performance for Les Ballets de Monte Carlo took place on 1985-12-21, casting among others several guest stars of the Paris Opera ... in the Diaghilev studio, performing on the stage of the Salle Garnier at the Monte Carlo Opera and immediately started touring ... In 1992, Jean-Christophe Maillot joined Ballets de Monte Carlo, first as artistic consultant ...

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