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Found in 99 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Souvenir program for the Royal Ballet's Gala Performance on Tuesday 1st March, 1960 at 8 pm. at the The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden in London (England), in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and Her royal Highness The Princess Margaret. Principal performers: Margot Fonteyn, Anya Linden, Annette Page, Alexander Grant, David Blair, Julia Farron, Gerd Larsen, Rosemary Lindsay, Merle Park, Lynn Seymour, Peter Clegg, Leslie Edwards, Ronald Hund, Johaar Mosaval...[et....
Overview Lynn Seymour and Anthony Dowell, both of the Royal Ballet in London, perform together in Frederick Ashton's dance ballet ''A Month in the Country.''
Overview Souvenir program for the Friends of Covent Garden Limited Royal Opera House, Covent Garden's performance on Christmas 1985 at the Royal Opera House in London. Principal performers: Kiri te Kanawa, Placido Domingo, Stephen Jeffries, Lesley Collier,Bryony Brind, Ashley Page, Elizabeth Connell, James King, Chris Merritt, Frederica von Stade, Leanne Benjamin, Michael O'Hare, Gwyneth Jones, Jose Van Dam. Works performed include: OPERA: Donnerstag aus Licht, Frieda Hempel, A Florentine Tragedy, The...
Overview Souvenir program for the Friends of Covent Garden Limited, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden's performances on 1986 at the Royal Opera House in London. Principal performers: Lealey Collier, Ravenna Tucker, Lynn Seymour, Svetlana Beriosova, Karen Donovan, Clare French, Elizabeth Connell, James King. Works performed include: OPERA: Armgart and the Victorian Prima Donna, Authenticity, Faust in Music, Fidelio, From Opera to Musical. BALLET: the Son of Horus, Le Baiser de la Fee, Bintley's Snow...
Overview Souvenir program for The Friends of Covent Garden Limited, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden's performances on 1989 at the Royal Opera House in London. Principal performers: Donald McIntyre, Robert Tear, Stephen Jefferies, Fiona Chadwick, Simon Rice, Jonathan Cope, Maria Almeida, Deborah Bull, Neil Shicoff, John Dobson, Judy Mackerras, Miyako Yoshida, Petter Jacobsson, June Highwood, Susan Lucas, Arthur Davis, Nicholas Millington, Galina Samsova. Works performed include: OPERA: Un re in...
Overview Souvenir program for the Royal Ballet's performances on November 1968 at the Royal Opera House in London. Principal performers: Clement Crisp, Edward Elgar. Works performed include: Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty, Enigma Variations. Opera: Die Meistersinger von Niirnberg, The Carmelites, The Magic Flute, Manon Lescaut.
Overview Baggage tag from Henry Lowenstein's crossing on the SS Marine Falcon from Southampton to the United States. The front of the tag is printed with "United States Line" and "Tourist Class Stateroom" in blue above and below an illustration of a ship. The back of the tag has been filled out by hand with H. Loewenstein, the steamer name, sailing date, departure port, arrival port, and final destination in Pennsylvania.
Overview Souvenir program for the Ballet Rambert company's performance on the Marie Rambert Memorial Gala on March 8, 1983 at the Sadler's Wells Theatre in London. Principal performers: Presented by: The Mercury Theatre Trust Limited. Sponsors: John Player & Sons. Works performed include: Pribaoutki: choreography, Robert North ; music, Igor Stravinsky -- L'Apre`s-midi d'un Faune: choreography, Vaslav Nijinsky -- Five Brahms Waltzes in the manner of Isadora: choreography, Frederick Ashton --...
Overview Souvenir program for the Ballet Rambert's performances from 1926-1946 in New York. Principal performers: Frederick Ashton, Harold Turner, Pearl Argyle, Andree Howard [et. al]. Presented by: Ballet Rambert. Works performed include: A Tragedy of Fashion -- Faery Queen -- Petits Riens Les ...Leda and the Swan --Mars and Venus...the Tale of a Lamb -- Capriol Suite our Lady's Juggler Sylphides...[and others].
File — Box D004.0021: Series D004.01 [U186020762656]
Overview This box contains souvenir and house programs for English National Ballet, formerly named London Festival Ballet. Programs are from both English National Ballet and London Festival Ballet.