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Julie Kent: A Ballerina Says Goodbye to the Stage
John Jay Scholar, writer, chocolate enthusiast, and lover of a...
"When I was very young, back in Hungary in the ballet school, my teacher showed us a VHS with Julie Kent," Zoltan Boros, a dancer with Columbia Classical Ballet, said. "I didn't know her, and I didn't know much about ballet ( I was around 12), but I still remember how amazing she was."
Misty Copeland Dances In New Film Toasting 75 Years Of American Ballet
Dance, theatre and arts critic, based in San Francisco. Former...
Nearly a decade in the works,
American Masters - American Ballet Theatre: A History
feels more like an eccentric personal meditation, or a love letter to the art form, than a historical trek through the company's 75 storied years.
REVIEW: Royal New Zealand Ballet at The Joyce
Writer. Dancer. Traveler. Living in London, but always a New Y...
While dance for dance's sake is not new in ballet, neoclassical works, such as Millepied's, typically make the body an instrument of the music.
Where Are the Arts Important?
Chairman, DeVos Institute of Arts Management
We ignore the power and potency of the arts if we assume that the only important work is happening in the big Northeast or West Coast cities.
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