New York (N.Y.)
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Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Souvenir program for the New York City Ballet's performance on the World Premiere, January 17, 1962 at the City Center of Music and Drama in New York, N.Y. Principal performers: Arthur Mitchell, Edward Villella, Melissa Hayden, Conrad Ludlow, Roland Vazquez, Francisco Moncion, Patricia mcBride, Nicholas Magallanes, Bill Cater, Jillana, Gloria Govrin, Violette Verdy, Conrad Ludlow. Presented by: the New York City Ballet. Work performed: A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Dates: 1962 January 17
Overview Souvenir program for the New York City Ballet's performance on Wednesday, May 17, 1978 at the New York State Theater in New York, N.Y. Principal performers: Karin von Aroldingen -- Merrill Ashley -- Suzanne Farrell -- Allegra Kent -- Sara Leland -- Kay Mazzo -- Patricia McBride -- Jacques d'Amboise...[et. al.] Presented by: New York City Ballet. Sponsors: Mr. and mrs. George Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Arpels, Dr. and Mrs. Sherrell J. Aston, Mrs. April Axton...[et. al.]. Works performed...
Dates: 1978 May 17
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 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 Ballet Society, Inc.'s performances in 1946-1947.
Overview Choreographer George Balanchine (center) works with his principal dancers Patricia McBride and Mikhail Barishnikov as they prepare to dance in ''Choreography by Balanchine, Part 3.''