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14.4.17

Anna Pavlova: Twentieth Century Ballerina


"ANNA PAVLOVA: TWENTIETH CENTURY BALLERINA" 
© Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 2013.

Cover image reprinted with permission from "Anna Pavlova: Twentieth Century Ballerina"
Copyright Booth-Clibborn  © Victoria and Albert Museum, London 

2.1.15

Kirov Ballet of St Petersburg



Russian interpreter, when I had the fantastic opportunity to work with the Kirov (now Mariinsky) Ballet of St Petersburg, on tour at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, in 1961 by patrickcorness.wordpress.com

18.4.14

The Ice Maiden (Osipenko and Markovsi)


Fyodor Lopujov crea una serie de ballets innovadores en la década de 1920. Su reconstrucción del "Ice Maiden" en 1927 era audaz y atrevida para su época. La integración de los movimientos acrobáticos en la coreografía de Lopujov, deslumbrantes como deslumbrante la etérea y sutil interpretación de la bella Osipenko y su partenaire, Markovsi.

La música de Edvard Grieg, el alma de The Ice Maiden.

The Ice Maiden (Osipenko-Markovsky, 1974). Music: Edvard Grieg. Choreography: Fyodor Lopukhov

23.2.14

Ballet, sudor y lágrimas



Becoming a professional ballerina is a journey that begins at a young age and is extremely competitive. We meet young girls devoting their lives to the profession, as well as the women, who end up on the very top, performing on stage at the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg. Convertirse en una bailarina profesional es un viaje que comienza a una edad temprana y es extremadamente competitivo. Nos encontramos con las jóvenes que dedican su vida a la profesión, así como las bailarinas que terminan actuando en el escenario en el Teatro Mariinsky de San Petersburgo.

18.1.14

Danza y Ballet en Vogue Rusia


From the Archives: Ballet in Vogue by Laird Borrelli-Persson.
December 17, 2013

David Hallberg, Coco Rocha, Daria Strokous, Frida Gustavsson, Tilda Lindstam, and Fei Fei Sun. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Vogue, April 2013

Illustration by Christian Bérard, Vogue, October 1, 1936 

Irina Baronova (right) Photo: (from left) Anton Bruehl, Vogue, September 1, 1937; Cecil Beaton, Vogue, October 15, 1935

Photographed by Duane Michal, Vogue, December 1, 1972

Left, left to right: Muriel Bentley, Alicia Alonso, Antony Tudor, Oliver Smith, Hugh Laing. Right, left to right: Dimitri Romanoff, Lucia Chase, Nora Kaye, Max Goberman, John Kriza, Igor Youskevitch. Photographed by Irving Penn, Vogue, June 1, 1948

 Dwana Smallwood and Amos J. Machanic, Jr. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, Vogue, April 2007

Geraldine Chaplin. Photographed by Sharak Hatami, Vogue, February 1, 1964

 Photographed by Richard Rutledge, Vogue, September 1, 1946 (left); Illustration by Marcel Vertès,Vogue, December 15, 1944



Altynai Asylmuratova (left). Photo: (from left) Irving Penn, Vogue, July 1989; Bruce Weber, Vogue, September 1998

Allegra Kent. Photo: (from left) Bert Stern, Vogue, July 1, 1963; Bert Stern, Vogue, May 1, 1971
 
Maya Plisetskaya. Photographed by Albert E. Kahn, Vogue, September 15, 1962

From left: Nora Kaye and Eugenie Leontovich Illustration by René Bouché, Vogue, August 1, 1956 (left); Photographed by Edward Steichen, Vogue, January 15, 1931 (right)

Clockwise from top left: Alexandra Danilova and Frederic Franklin, Igor Youskevitch, Marie-Jeanne, Rosella Hightower, Léonide Massine; George Skibine, Maria Tallchief, Yurek Shabelevski. Photographed by Irving Penn, Vogue, October 1, 1946.

Shalom Harlow. With dancers from Matthew Bourne’s production of Swan Lake.Photographed by Steven Meisel, Vogue, December 1998

Rudolf Nureyev. Photographed by Irving Penn, Vogue, October 1, 1961

Rachel Tecora Tucker. Photographed by Michel Comte, Vogue, September 1998


Edward Villella and Allegra Kent. Photographed by Bert Stern, Vogue, August 15, 1963

Mimi Paul. Photographed by Cecil Beaton, Vogue, January 15, 1966


Alicia Markova. Buy this print on condenaststore.com. Photographed by Horst P. Horst, Vogue, October 15, 1941