Andre Eglevsky

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United States ballet dancer (born in Russia) (1917-1977)


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Her vision of the ideal floor comes largely from training with Andre Eglevsky at his school on Long Island.
Returning to the United States, he worked with Andre Eglevsky at the School of American Ballet, and in 1970 made his debut alongside Gelsey Kirkland with the Eglevsky Ballet.
It was to be danced by Andre Eglevsky's company on Long Island.
That includes the Vaganova-derived Cuban method along with the individual touches of the likes of Andre Eglevsky, Stanley Williams, and Zeida Cecilia Mendez, a personal coach.
He soon became fast friends with classmate Andre Eglevsky. Later that year Mrs.
Other teachers at SAB have also contributed to die rise of the American male dancer -- notably the late Andre Eglevsky, Richard RAPP, and Andre Kramarevsky.
She was married to George Balanchine, whom she credited with transforming her into a major artist; she was partnered by Erik Bruhn, Rudolf Nureyev, and Andre Eglevsky; and she was a principal with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, New York City Ballet, and Ballet Theatre.
Andre Eglevsky, Melissa Hayden, Janet Reed, and Patricia Wilde could be seen in excerpts from the classics.
The company, which delivered a Yankee Doodle triumph, was led by Nora Kaye, Alicia Alonso, Lucia Chase, Andre Eglevsky, Hugh Laing, John Kriza, Dimitri Romanoff, Jerome Robbins, Michael Kidd, and Antony Tudor; and also included Muriel Bentley, Diana Adams, Melissa Hayden, Donald Saddler, Barbara Fallis, Zachary Solov, Anna Cheselka, Fernando Alonso, and many others I've doubtless forgotten.
It was there that she taught and coached such dancers as Yvette Chauvire, Zizi Jeanmaire, Tatiana Riabouchinska, Andre Eglevsky, and Margot Fonteyn.