George Balanchine

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United States dancer and choreographer (born in Russia) noted for his abstract and formal works (1904-1983)


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The best dance critic in America--yes, better than that most dexterous of neoconservative phrase-turners Arlene Croce--Jowitt wrote vividly and insightfully about dance for decades at the Village Voice during the very period in which Robbins transformed himself from the most important choreographer and director on Broadway (Call Me Madam, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Fiddler on the Roof, Funny Girl, Gypsy) into a "serious" dance impresario, second only to his New York City Ballet master-colleague-rival George Ballanchine.
Edward Frank Willis James fue un excentrico millonario ingles, coleccionista de pintura, amigo de varios artistas surrealistas y escritores (Salvador Dali, Leonora Carrigton, Rene Magritte, Kurt Weil, Bertolt Brecht, George Ballanchine, Aldous Huxley, Leonor Fini, Man Ray, Remedios Varo y Sigmund Freud), y autor del libro de poesia Los huesos de mi mano; de una unica novela, inspirada por una vision, El jardinero que vio a Dios, creador de jardines y arquitecto autodidacto, inspirador de las extravagantes construcciones de sesgo fantastico, erigidas por el y su colaborador Plutarco Gastelum en esta localidad entre 1962 y 1984.
1-3) will alternate with an all-Tchaikovsky program (July 30, 31) including choreography by James Kudelka, David Blair, George Ballanchine and Sir Kenneth MacMillan.
Martha Graham and George Ballanchine gifted the world of dance with new forms of body and music unions.
The Museum intends to initially make 200 seminars available on its web site including conversations with Steve Allen, Lucille Ball, George Ballanchine, Carol Burnette, Sid Caesar, Jacques Cousteau, Peter Falk, Bob Hope, Dick Van Dyke and many others.