Sol Hurok

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United States impresario who was born in Russia (1888-1974)

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In 1962, the impresario Sol Hurok presented Ballet Folklorico de Mexico on its first extended tour of North America.
In 1943, the international impresario Sol Hurok presented Dunham's company in Tropical Revue at the Martin Beck Theater on Broadway, adding Dixieland jazz musicians to boost its commercial appeal.
A really bad review, on the other hand, could keep audiences away in droves, as the great impresario Sol Hurok once quipped.
If White has never sought public recognition as the Sol Hurok of the avant-garde, it has been intentional.
White joins previous Capezio Award luminaries such as Lincoln Kirstein (1953), Sol Hurok (1959), Harvey Lichtenstein (1983), John Martin (1969), Walter Terry (1980), Doris Hering (1985), Martha Graham (1960), Lucia Chase (1968), Arthur Mitchell (1971), Merce Cunningham (1977), Maria Tallchief (1965), Paul Taylor (1967), and Edward Villella (1989).
In July 1945, the last time the Royal Ballet played that theater, it was the plain old Sadler's Wells Ballet, four years short of the sobriquet "the fabulous" that was bestowed upon it by the enthusiastic American impresario Sol Hurok.
impresario Sol Hurok imports the London company for a triumphant debut in New York City in 1949.
Sol Hurok, the impresario, wanted to take over the management of the company, but Mr.