All in the dances: a brief life of George Balanchine
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Trade & Reference Publishers, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 185 pages
Twenty years after his death, George Balanchine still dominates the world of ballet. Not only have his works been danced by the New York City Ballet continuously since 1948, but they also have been performed by more than two dozen other companies throughout the world. In clear and elegant writing, Terry Teachout brings to life the dramatic story of George Balanchine, a Russian émigré who fell in love with American culture, married four times and kept a mistress on the side, and transformed the art of ballet forever.
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I consider myself to be a balletomaniac... Short bio of Mr B "Martha Graham said that watching George Balanchine choreograph a ballet was like 'watching light through a prism.' The music passes ...
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