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A new book about George Balanchine’s work with dancers at the School of American Ballet shows the master choreographer as, above all, a master teacher.
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George Balanchine and Allegra Kent (I think this may be an Agon ...
Contemporary Dance Moves
Balanchine with Jacques d’Amboise and Diana Adams in 1963. Photo by Martha Swope/NYPL, DM Archives
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Maria Tallchief (1925–2013). She was married to George Balanchine (1946-1951).
Maria Tallchief rehearsing with her husband George Balanchine November 23, 1948.
George Balanchine with a young Suzanne Farrell at Saratoga Race Course.
Marathon Men: Igor Stravinsky and George Balanchine - DEPESHA MAGAZINE
Midsummer Nights Dream
New York City Ballet production of movie version of "A Midsummer Night's Dream"; George Balanchine holding dove, choreography by George Balanchine (New York)
New York City Ballet - Newsweek cover shot of George Balanchine with dancers clockwise from Suzanne Farrell, Gloria Govrin, Patricia McBride and Patricia Neary (on floor) (New York)
N.Y.C.B. co-founders Lincoln Kirstein and George Balanchine, conferring in a New York City dance studio, circa 1960.
Famous Ballet Dancers
So You Think You Can Dance
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Happy Birthday George
Balanchine & Allegra Kent, 1958
Male Ballet Dancers
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Dancing Around the Truth - NYTimes.com
George Balanchine as Don Quixote
Shall We Dance
George Balanchine in 1958, when he was ballet master of the New York City Ballet, working with Maria Tallchief.
Pictures Of America
1952 dancers: on bench: Maria Tallchief, George Balanchine, Tanaquil LeClercq. Clockwise around the piano: Melissa Hayden, Frederick Ashton, Diana Adams, Janet Reed, Jerome Robbins, Antony Tudor, and Nora Kaye.
My Heart Is Breaking
George Balanchine with ballerina and fourth wife Maria Tallchief ca. 1946.
Pacific Northwest Ballet
"Dancing is music made visible" George Balanchine
Slaughter on 10th Ave -- Arthur Mitchell, Mr. B, Suzanne Farrell
New York City Ballet rehearsal of "Glinkaiana" with George Balanchine and Patricia McBride, choreography by George Balanchine (New York) IMAGE ID: SWOPE_1211175
Costume for the leading female dancer in George Balanchine’s ballet Bugaku, New York City Ballet, 1966. Designed by Barbara Karinska. [V&A]
Barbara Karinska was a skilled embroiderer in the speciality of russian embroideries that once in Paris worth her a career in the world of theatre and ballet.