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by Frederick Ashton. 1934. Bar aux Folies-Bergère, choreography by Ninette de Valois, music by Emmanuel Chabrier, arranged by Constant Lambert. Role: La
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000 copies. 1934. Ballet. Bar aux Folies-Bergère. Choreography by Ninette de Valois. Music by Emmanuel Chabrier. Created for Ballet Rambert, London, with
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the Prix de Lausanne. Upon his graduation he was awarded the Dame Ninette de Valois prize as best graduate. Further accolades include the Audience Award
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000 copies. 1934. Ballet. Bar aux Folies-Bergère. Choreography by Ninette de Valois. Music by Emmanuel Chabrier. Created for Ballet Rambert, London, with
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Genée Award (Silver) 2001 Young British Dancer of the Year 2001 Dame Ninette de Valois Award 2001–2002 Phyllis Bedell's Bursary Award 2000 Lynn Seymour Award
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Rake in The Rake's Progress and as Satan in Job, both created by Ninette de Valois, and as the Spanish Miller in The Three-Cornered Hat by Massine. Cast
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studied there for three years. On graduating, Mathews received the Dame Ninette de Valois Award for Most Outstanding Graduate. In 2008 she joined the Birmingham
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role as the can-can dancer La Goulue in Bar aux Folies-Bergères by Ninette de Valois. One reviewer of the roles in Lloyd's repertory described her as having
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1979) Het is weer zo laat!* (10 episodes, 1978) Cross Now* (1977) Ninette de Valois (mag ik mijn grijze mapje terug)* (1976) Grote Genade* (1976) Echo's
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Edward II, Allegro Diverssi, Michel Fokine's Petrushka, The Firebird, ninette de Valois Checkmate (black knight) George Balanchine's Western Symphony, appearing
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Vic-Wells company, he appeared as Horn Blower in The Rake's Progress by Ninette de Valois and created the role of Cupid in Ashton's Cupid and Psyche (1939)
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Without Fear (Fr) Reticella (NZ) Marie Rambert (Ire) Common Grounds (GB) Kris (GB) Sweetly (Fr) Ninette de Valois (Fr) Gay Mecene (USA) Martinova (Ire)
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Edward II, for mounting the Balanchine bill and for reviving Dame Ninette de Valois' The Prospect Before Us for Birmingham Royal Ballet Welsh National
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2017) Giselle Sir Peter Wright Giselle (February 2018) Coppelia Dame Ninette de Valois (after Lev Ivanov and Enrico Cecchetti) Swanilda (November 2019) Onegin
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portrait on the occasion of her 80th birthday. 1982 Portrait of Dame Ninette de Valois enters the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery,
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(Celia Franca after Marius Petipa), The Rake in The Rake’s Progress (Ninette de Valois), The Prince in Swan Lake (Celia Franca after M. Petipa and L. Ivanov)
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Archived from the original on 29 July 2020. Retrieved 25 October 2015. "Ninette de Valois Bequest and Papers". Royal Opera House Collections Online. Archived
Wyndham Payne (1,922 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
foundation of permanent companies in Marie Rambert's Ballet Club and Ninette de Valois' Vic-Wells (now Royal) Ballet. By 1930 Payne had drawn approximately