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George Balanchine

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America's first Prima Ballerina and the man that transformed American Ballet.George Balanchine in when he was ballet master of the New York City Ballet, working with Maria Tallchief. George Balanchine, Modern Dance, Contemporary Dance, Shall We Dance, Lets Dance, Isadora Duncan, City Ballet, Ballet Dance, Ballet Art

George Balanchine in 1958, when he was ballet master of the New York City Ballet, working with Maria Tallchief.

New York City Ballet rehearsal of "Glinkaiana" with George Balanchine and Patricia McBride, choreography by George Balanchine (New York) - NYPL Digital Collections George Balanchine, Dance Photos, Dance Pictures, Vintage Ballet, Dance Dreams, Ballet Pictures, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Nureyev, City Ballet

New York City Ballet rehearsal of "Glinkaiana" with George Balanchine and Patricia McBride, choreography by George Balanchine (New York)

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

Maria Tallchief She was married to George Balanchine Famous Black Americans, Margot Fonteyn, Vintage Ballet, Human Body Art, George Balanchine, Vintage Black Glamour, Nureyev, Shall We Dance, Ballet Beautiful

Maria Tallchief - IMDb

Maria Tallchief, Actress: Million Dollar Mermaid. Maria Tallchief was born on January 24, 1925 in Fairfax, Oklahoma, USA as Elizabeth Marie Tall Chief. She was an actress, known for Million Dollar Mermaid (1952), Camera Three (1955) and Your Show of Shows (1950). She was married to Henry D. Paschen Jr., Elmourza Natirboff and George Balanchine. She died on April 11, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Balanchine with Jacques d’Amboise and Diana Adams in Photo by Martha Swope/NYPL, DM Archives Ballet Pictures, Ballet Photos, Dance Photos, Dance Pictures, City Ballet, Ballet Class, Ballet Dancers, Bolshoi Ballet, Contemporary Dance Moves

Five Stunning Images of Balanchine at Work

To celebrate the anniversary of George Balanchine's birth—January 22, 1904—Dance Magazine has chosen five of our favorite photographs of the legendary choreographer at work. Balanchine with Diana Adams in 1959. Photo by Martha Swope/NYPL, DM Archives Balanchine with Suzanne Farrell in Don Quixot...

Maria Tallchief rehearsing with her husband George Balanchine November Ballet Images, Ballet Pictures, Ballet Photos, Dance Pictures, Dance Photos, George Balanchine, Ballerina Poses, Dancer Photography, Vintage Ballet

America's first major prima ballerina Maria Tallchief. November 23,...

America's first major prima ballerina Maria Tallchief. November 23, 1948. (Photo by Anthony Calvacca/New York Post Archives / NYP Holdings, Inc. via Getty Images)

George Balanchine, one of the century's most famous choreographers, and dancer Suzanne Farrell, often referred to as the greatest American lyric ballerina, at Saratoga Race Course Dance Art, Ballet Dance, George Balanchine, Nureyev, City Ballet, Shall We Dance, Dance Photography, Courses, Horse Racing

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George Balanchine with a young Suzanne Farrell at Saratoga Race Course.

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) Ballet Pictures, Dance Pictures, Dance Positions, Jerome Robbins, George Balanchine, Ballet Dancers, Ballerinas, City Ballet, Beautiful Costumes

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)

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

George Balanchine & Allegra Kent of 'The New York City Ballet' City Ballet, Ballet Class, Ballet Dancers, Ballerinas, Ballet Pictures, Ballet Photos, Dance Pictures, Vintage Ballet, Vintage Dance

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Dance in your everyday life. Keep Going & Growing with the Grace + Style of a Dancer. The shop contains my own products and the blog is original content.

George Balanchine (January 1904 – April was a Georgian ballet choreographer. He is one of the century's foremost choreographers, and one of the founders of American ballet. His work formed a bridge between classical and modern ballet City Ballet, Ballet Class, Ballet Dance, George Balanchine, Ballet Pictures, Dance Pictures, Shall We Dance, Lets Dance, Tango

The Fearless Muse

Some assorted musings that are far from complete, probably painting plenty of things with too broad a brush, and a bit kneejerk in reaction. Well, these things happen – it’s a start, a…

Legendary choreographer George Balanchine's work came to define ballet for much of the century. He died in but his work survived thanks to his disciples who have taken his dances to ballet companies around the world. Dancers Body, Ballet Dancers, Bolshoi Ballet, George Balanchine, Ballet School, Ballet Class, Ballet Pictures, Ballet Images, Jerome Robbins

ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other

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George Balanchine and Allegra Kent "The Seven Deadly Sins", 1958 George Balanchine, City Ballet, Ballet Dance, Dancer Photography, Ballet Pictures, Gordon Parks, Ballet Beautiful, Life Pictures, Seven Deadly Sins

Ordinary Finds

Choreographer, dancer, ballet maestro: George Balanchine - Jan. 22, 1904 (d. 1983) Photo: Gordon Parks: George Balanchine & ballerina Allegra Kent - New York, December 10, 1958

New York City Ballet production of movie version of "A Midsummer Night's Dream"; George Balanchine holding dove, choreography by George Balanchine (New York) City Ballet, Ballet Dance, Jerome Robbins, Ballet Pictures, George Balanchine, Midsummer Nights Dream, New York Public Library, New York City, Dancer

New York City Ballet production of movie version of "A Midsummer Night's Dream"; George Balanchine holding dove, choreography by George Balanchine (New York)

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

Joan Acocella on “Balanchine Teaching,” which shows the choreographer George Balanchine at work at the School of American Ballet. George Balanchine, City Ballet, Ballet Class, Ballet Dancers, Ballerinas, Firebird, George Chakiris, Ballet Shows, Vintage Ballet

Balanchine Teaching

Joan Acocella on “Balanchine Teaching,” which shows the choreographer George Balanchine at work at the School of American Ballet.

George Balanchine with ballerina and fourth wife Maria Tallchief ca. Ballet Pictures, George Balanchine, Ballet Dance, Ballerina, Lace Skirt, Handsome, Modern, Free, Beauty

George Balanchine with ballerina and fourth wife Maria Tallchief ca. 1946.