Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 1315 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Dancers from Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo relax backstage.
Overview Violette Verdy of the New York City Ballet performs in ''Bagatelles.''
Overview Choreographer George Balanchine work in a dance studio with Igor Stravinsky and dancers during the production of ''Agon'' in 1957.
Overview Choreographer George Balanchine teaches a ballet class at the School of American Ballet in the early 1960s. Also distinguishable are Patricia Wilde, Maria Tallcheif, Kay Mazzo, Suzanne Farrell, Melissa Hayden and Jacques d'Amboise.
Overview Choreographer George Balanchine works with two children on ''Don Quixote'' and Karin von Aroldingen and Jean-Piere Bonnefous perform in his ''Violin Concerto.''
Overview 3 photos on one sheet: (upper) Vera Zorina performs with unidentified dancers, all of the New York City Ballet, in George Balanchine's ''Persephone''; (lower left) Mel Tomlinson and Heather Watts of the New York City Ballet perform in George Balanchine's ''Agon''; (lower right) Suzanne Farrell of the New York City Ballet performs in George Balanchine's solo dance ''Variations''.
Overview Photographs of legendary dancer and choreographer George Balanchine (Georgi Melitinovich Balanchivadze) both dancing and working with other dancers on ballets he choreographed.
Overview George Balanchine and Suzanne Farrell perform in ''Don Quixote'' in a promotional for Robert Tracy's book ''Balanchine's Ballerinas: Conversations With the Muses.''
Overview Souvenir program for the Sadler's Wells Ballet's performance on November 14-December 9, 1956 at the Bolshoi Teatr in Moscow. Director: Ninette de Valois; choreography by Frederick Ashton.
Overview Suzanne Farrell and Peter Martins of the New York City Ballet perform together in ''Ballerinas: Dances by Peter Martins,'' which was aired on PBS television as part of the Great Performances Dance in America series.