master of the Russian ballet (the memoirs of Cav. Enrico Cecchetti)

by Olga Racster

Publisher: Hutchinson & co. in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 301 Downloads: 423
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  • Cecchetti, Enrico, 1850-1928.,
  • Dancers -- Biography.

Edition Notes

Statementby Olga Racster. With an introduction by Anna Pavlova. With eight illustrations on art paper.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV1785.C4 R3
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii p., 1 l., 301, [3] p.
Number of Pages301
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6654603M
LC Control Number23008769

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Inthe first professional school of dance opened in St. Petersburg.5/5(1). Inhe became ballet master and head of the new ballet school, launching the advanced study of ballet in Russia, and winning the patronage of elite families. [3] France provided many leaders such as Charles Didelot in St Petersburg (), Jules Perrot () and.

Out of the mists of time, this story of the fabled Russian Ballet comes as close as possible to the reality of being a student, dancer and choreographer in its richest period.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages illustrations 22 cm: Responsibility: edited by Lillian Moore; translated [from the Russian] by Helen Whittaker. Michel Fokine became a ballet master (choreographer and composer) ""unexpectedly"" -- after years of intensive preparation first as a student and then as an instructor in Russia's Imperial Ballet School/5(1).

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Training and education of the children accepted into the Bolshoi and. Danseur, Choreographer, Ballet master, Mariinsky Theatre, Bolshoi Theatre: Yury Nikolayevich Grigorovich is a Soviet and Russian dancer and choreographer who dominated the Russian ballet for 30 years.

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Marius Petipa was an unlikely artistic revolutionary. A middling dancer, he bounced around European cultural centres until he finally washed up in St. Petersburg. Misty Copeland, American Ballet Theatre’s first African American female principal dancer, shares her personal journey, her technical foundation, and her approach to bringing dynamic presence to the stage in her first-ever MasterClass.The Nutcracker, ballet by Pyotr Tchaikovsky.

The last of his three ballets, it was first performed in December The Nutcracker tells a story about a girl who befriends a nutcracker that comes to life on Christmas Eve and wages a battle against the evil Mouse King.Owing to the disruption of Soviet cultural life caused by World War II, Nureyev was unable to enroll in a major ballet school untila when he was accepted by the Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet of Leningrad, the associate school of the Mariinsky Ballet.

The ballet master Alexander Ivanovich Pushkin took an interest in him.