George Balanchine archive, 1924-1989 (inclusive), 1961-1983 (bulk).


George Balanchine archive, 1924-1989 (inclusive), 1961-1983 (bulk).

Papers documenting the American career of Russian-American choreographer George Balanchine. Also includes records of the New York City Ballet (1948-1987), and records of the George Balanchine Foundation and the George Balanchine Trust (1983-1989).

115 boxes, 1volume, and 61 videotapes (62.5 linear ft.)


SNAC Resource ID: 6384870

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Bennett, Robert Russell (person)

Lakein, Alan (person)

Spoleto Festival (corporateBody)

Albano Ballet (corporateBody)

Buslik, Gloria (person)

Yvonne Mounsey (person)

Lincoln Center Institute (corporateBody)

Emmer, Luciano (person)

Abt, Lawrence Edwin (person)

Ivanova, Lidii︠a︡, 1896-1985 (person)

McLain, David (person)

Dance Masters of Michigan (corporateBody)

Livingston, Lilly (person)

Reedy, Nanette (person)

Casanova, André. (person)

Arks Smith. (person)

Arks Smith (also known as Anne Rosemary Kathleen Smith) is a Massachusetts-based photographer...

Brawley, Robert (person)

Shimoff, Karel (person)

Robert Wagner (person)

Bryan, Donna (person)

Louisiana Ballet (corporateBody)

Herriman, Roger (person)

Sadler's Wells Ballet (corporateBody)

Goertz, Albrecht (person)

Leningrad Choreographic School (corporateBody)

Perkins, Malone & Washburn (corporateBody)

Pope, Dr. John A. (person)

Sashin, Harold (person)

Chávez, Carlos, 1899- (person)

WINS (corporateBody)

Giammusso, Maurizio, 1951-.... (person)

White House Administrative Office (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Hotchner, Geraldine (person)

Burns, James M., Master Sergeant (person)

Companhia Brasileira de Ballet (corporateBody)

Walczak, Barbara (person)

Oukhtomsky, Wladimir (person)

Lopez, Lourdes (person)

Iowa State University (corporateBody)

On March 22, 1948, Iowa State College (University) sponsored a 90th anniversary celebration in honor of the founding of the college, which occurred on the same date in 1858 when the charter act establishing a state agricultural college became law. The celebration included a symposium, luncheon, departmental open houses, and a dinner. From the description of 90th anniversary collection, 1947-1948. (Iowa State University). WorldCat record id: 54799482 In 1958, Iowa State Colle...

Sellers, John, 1970- (person)

Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie (corporateBody)

Baptie, Ivan (person)

Martin, Katherine W. (person)

Nicholson, Bruce (person)

Chipman, Kathleen (person)

Nielsen, Carl, 1865-1931 (person)

Danish composer. From the description of Autograph postal card signed, dated : Copenhagen, 13 November 1922, to Otto Eckermann in Berlin, 1922 Nov. 13. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270582946 ...

Bing, Rudolf, 1902-1997 (person)

General manager of the Metropolitan Opera. From the description of Rudolf Bing letter to Hubert Pryor, 1951 Sept. 4. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 614998562 Bing was the general manager of the Metropolitan Opera from 1950 to 1972. From the description of Correspondence from Alma Mahler, n. d. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155862944 Epithet: KBE, impresario British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Perso...

Gershvin, Ira, 1896- (person)

Ballet théâtre français de Nancy (corporateBody)

WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

WNET began broadcasting in 1948 in New York as WATV. It become WNET in 1970 and focused on educational and public television, working with PBS until 2003, when it merged with WLIW on Long Island. From the guide to the WNET transcripts for James Stewart : A Wonderful Life, 1986, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) THIRTEEN WNET is a member of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) parent network, WNET.ORG, the public media provider for New York City. Covering the t...

Gitenstein, Seymour (person)

Mack, Earle (person)

Limón, Jóse (person)

Madriguera, Enric (person)

Bass, Bryn (person)

Gardner, George P., Mr. and Mrs. (person)

Tompkins-Keith, Beatrice (person)

Castellanos, David (person)

Jonas, Joanne (person)

Niles, John Edward (person)

CCP Dance Company (corporateBody)

Nationale Ballet (Netherlands) (corporateBody)

Schraffenberger, Nancy (person)

Kitain, Anatole, 1903-1980 (person)

Girandola, Robert N., 1941- (person)

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1959 (corporateBody)

London Festival Ballet (corporateBody)

Sasamoto, Kimie (person)

Caluste Gulbenkian Foundation (corporateBody)

Long, Christa (person)

New York Chamber Ballet. (corporateBody)

Kokotović, Nada (person)

Stadt Köln Cologne, Allemagne (corporateBody)

Stuart, Muriel, 1889-1967 (person)

La Greca, J. (person)

Fielding, Maria (person)

Finzi, Lisa (person)

John Lobb, Bootmaker (corporateBody)

Fain, Beth Hart (person)

Carla Fracci (person)

NAPAC Ballet (corporateBody)

Marchant, Curtis (person)

Miami Ballet Company (corporateBody)

Tamara Geva (person)

Chujoy, Anatole, 1894-1969 (person)

Thomson, Virgil, 1896- (person)

Virgil Thomson was born in Kansas City, Missouri on November 25, 1896. As a boy, he took lessons in piano and organ, and soon found work as a church organist. He attended public schools and then Kansas City Polytechnic Institute, a junior college. In 1917 he enlisted in the Army, but World War I came to an end before he could be sent to Europe. After his discharge from the military, Thomson attended Harvard, where he sang in the Glee Club and studied with Edward Burlinga...

Ruffo, Luis (person)

Denis, Brother (person)

Geyer-Gotlieb, Elizabeth (person)

Metropolitan Arts Council (corporateBody)

Oakland, Ben, 1907-1979 (person)

Metropolitan Denver Civic Ballet Guild (corporateBody)

Puccini, Giacomo, 1712-1781 (person)

Georges Balanchine Ballet, Inc (corporateBody)

American University (corporateBody)

Harold Arlen (person)

Benna, Anne (person)

Smith, Oliver (person)

Steiner, Veronka (person)

Susan Gould (person)

José Limón Dance Company (corporateBody)

Dalrymple, Jean (person)

Producer, theatrical agent; interviewee b. 1910. From the description of Oral history interview with Jean Dalrymple, 1979. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309731611 Theater impresario and publicist. From the description of Interview conducted by Oliver Daniel, July 27, 1978 [sound recording]. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155861651 Jean Van Kirk Dalrymple (b. Sept 2, 1902 Morrist...

Romney, Richard Adams (person)

Kean, B. H. (Benjamin Harrison), 1912- (person)

Mason, William (person)

Epithet: of Egerton Ch 8122 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001301.0x0001e4 Epithet: Reverend poet and musician British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000386.0x000008 Epithet: junior, of Necton Hall British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/8105...

Halbert, Richard V. (person)

Center for United States-China Arts Exchange (corporateBody)

Columbia Artists Management, Inc. (corporateBody)

Ann Arbor Civic Ballet (corporateBody)

Schanne, Margrethe, 1921- (person)

Birmingham Ballet Company. (corporateBody)

Parks, Irena (person)

World Publishing Company. (corporateBody)

In 1905, Alfred H. Cahen opened the Commercial Bookbinding Company in Cleveland and acquired the World Syndicate Publishing Company in 1928. His company then began publishing Bibles, dictionaries, and children's books and went public with a stock issue in 1929. By 1940, when the name was changed to The World Publishing Company, it had become the largest publisher of Bibles and dictionaries in the United States. Two reprint lines, Tower Books (sold at $.49) and Forum Books (sold at $1.00) were la...

Carow R., Mrs. (person)

Feigay, Paul (person)

Reynolds, Roger (person)

Olivares, Luis (person)

Garcia, Anna (person)

Playboy (corporateBody)

Tunney, Kieran (person)

Semple, Edith S. (person)

Rickey, Fred (person)

Mundell, Yvanna (person)

Pendleton, Winston K. (person)

Streisand, Barbra (person)

Charles, Nancee (person)

Esquire (Musical group) (corporateBody)

Chase, Lucia, 1897-1986 (person)

Lucia Hosmer Chase Ewing was born March 24, 1897 in Waterbury, Connecticut to Irving Hall Chase, President of Waterbury Clock Company, and Elizabeth Hosmer Kellogg Chase. Lucia was the middle child of five sisters: Marjorie, Eleanor (Mrs. Charles P. Taft), Elizabeth I. (Mrs. John Griffith Davies), and Dorothy (Mrs. Edward Carmody). Lucia was educated at St. Margaret's School and Bryn Mawr College. She then moved to New York City to study theatre at the Theatre Guild Scho...

Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations. (corporateBody)

The Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations was founded as the Federation of Sisterhoods in 1896, bringing together 14 New York City Sisterhoods of Personal Service which had been organizing relief activities among the city's Jewish poor. The organization changed its name in 1920, when social and welfare groups were admitted to the Federation. In 1982, the Federation included groups of women who "serve actively in the fields of education, health, religion, social welf...

Robbins, Jane E. (person)

Watts, Jonathan (person)

Epithet: musician British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000429.0x00021e ...

Joysanne Sidimus. (person)

Chateau d'Yquem (Firm) (corporateBody)

Steinitz, Edgar S. (person)

Telasco, Joe. (person)

Levine, Fannie (person)

New York Quarterly (corporateBody)

Moore, Thomas Arnold (person)

Fine Arts Workshop, Inc. (corporateBody)

National Ballet (Washington, D.C.) (corporateBody)

The National Ballet was founded in 1962 by Jean Riddell and was disbanded in 1974. Frederick Franklin was artistic director throughout its existence. The Ballet performed at the Kennedy Center and George Washington University's Lisner Auditorium. The Ballet also toured frequently to New York City and other major cities in the U.S. From the description of Records of the National Ballet, 1962-1974. (District of Columbia Public Library). WorldCat record id: 42278446 ...

Pinotti, Precilda (person)

Opera de Lyon. Ballet. (corporateBody)

Woizikowski, Léon (person)

Dudleston, Penelope (person)

Shalit, Gene, 1936-.... (person)

Aronson, Boris, 1900-1980 (person)

Boris Aronson was born in Kiev in 1900, the son of a Jewish rabbi. He came of age in pre-revolutionary Russia in the city that was at the center of Jewish avant-garde theater. After attending art school in Kiev, Aronson served an apprenticeship with the Constructivist designer Alexandre Exter. Under Exter's tutelage and under the influence of the Russian theater directors Alexander Tairov and Vsevolod Meyerhold, whom Aronson admired, he rejected the fashionable realism of Stanislavs...

Wade, Allison (person)

Original Ballet Russe. (corporateBody)

Arts in Society (corporateBody)

Alan, Carter (person)

Locke, Maryel F. (person)

Warden, James (person)

Malmö. Stadsteater. Ballet (corporateBody)

WUHY (corporateBody)

Delta Festival Ballet (corporateBody)

Fogmeg, Karl (person)

Johnson, Donald S., 1932- (person)

Lindgren, Robert (person)

Professional Children's School. (corporateBody)

Carmichael, Donald (person)

Ballet Arts Nimura Studio (corporateBody)

Think (corporateBody)

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre (corporateBody)

Thuesen, Barbara (person)

Batizi, Karen (person)

Heaverlo, Frances M. (person)

Hommage à Ravel Festival (corporateBody)

Erhardt, Greta (person)

Abbey, Hal (person)

Clauss, Heinz (person)

Best Company (corporateBody)

Bernstein, Morton (person)

Franklin, Frederic, 1914-2013 (person)

Fields, Bunny (person)

Ballet Folk Company (corporateBody)

Australian Ballet. (corporateBody)

The Australian Ballet Company was established by the Australian Ballet Foundation and first performed in 1962. In 1970 the Australian Ballet became automonous with the foundation of the Council for the Arts, now the Australia Council. The Company has undertaken a number of overseas tours. From the description of Records of the Australian Ballet, 1961-1991 [manuscript]. 1961-1991. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225825088 ...

Kage, Deborah (person)

Fletcher, Richard D. (person)

Sterling, Morton A. (person)

Tallchief, Marjorie, 1926- (person)

Ballerina Marjorie Tallchief (b. Oct. 19, 1926, Denver, CO) grew up in Fairfax, OK and Los Angeles, CA and is a member of the Osage Nation. She trained under Bronislava Nijinska and David Lichine and was the first Native American to be "première danseuse étoile" of the Paris Opera Ballet. Following her stage career, she taught at the Dallas Ballet and was dance director at the Dallas Ballet, the Chicago Ballet School, and the Harid Conservatory. She was married to choreographer and director, Geo...

Southwestern Regional Ballet Festival. (corporateBody)

Blom, Benjamin (person)

Kinzie, Alan (person)

Dubé, Alexander J. (person)

American Musical and Dramatic Academy (corporateBody)

WNYE (Television station : Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Grand Ballet de Monte Carlo (corporateBody)

John Cranko. (person)

O'Brien, John (person)

Epithet: MP British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000269.0x0003de ...

Berryman, Lorin (person)

Pacific Dance Theatre (corporateBody)

Connery, Sean (person)

Lerner, Alan Jay, 1918-1986 (person)

Alan Lerner (August 31, 1918 – June 14, 1986) was an American lyricist and librettist. In collaboration with Frederick Loewe, and later Burton Lane, he created some of the world's most popular and enduring works of musical theatre both for the stage and on film. He won three Tony Awards and three Academy Awards, among other honors....

Teatro La Fenice. (corporateBody)

Show (corporateBody)

Redel, Natasha (person)

Molyneaux, Anna C. (person)

National Ballet School. (corporateBody)

Ebitz, Mary M. (person)

Weinstein, Leonard M. (person)

Munson, Lyman (person)

École supérieure d'études chorégraphiques (corporateBody)

Holton, Robert W. (person)

Toledo Ballet (corporateBody)

Bennett, Shirley, H. K. (person)

Oakland Ballet (corporateBody)

Ellis, Jack. (person)

Joseph, Judy (person)

Gollner, Nana (person)

Bristol Concert Ballet Company (corporateBody)

Psarras, Sophia-Karin (person)

Maynard, Olga (person)

Marika Bezobrazova (person)

Theatre World (corporateBody)

Brown, John M. G., 1947- (person)

Dance Education Center (corporateBody)

Reverto, Hilda (person)

Kent Stowell. (person)

Balanchivadze, Georgii (person)

Vogel, Wini Dan (person)

Toonkunst Dans-Academie (corporateBody)

Cameron, Douglas. (person)

Epithet: cellist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000562.0x0002a3 ...

White, Gisella (person)

Kramarevsky, Aleksander (person)

Grolier Publishing Company (corporateBody)

Grand Rapids Civic Ballet Company (corporateBody)

Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Eugene Tanner (person)

MacLeary, Donald (person)

Saal, Hubert (person)

Ortlieb, L. I. (person)

Paul, Mimi (person)

Anthony Blum. (person)

Ellen, Mary (person)

Russian National Chorus of New York (corporateBody)

McCraw, Charles B. (person)

Ross, Herbert, 1927-2001 (person)

American film director, ballet and Broadway choreographer, and television producer. From the description of Herbert Ross and Nora Kaye collection, [1960]-1999. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70923157 ...

Dudinskaia, Natal ´ia Mikhailovna, 1912- (person)

Cuevas, George de, marquis, 1885-1961 (person)

Renzi, Frances (person)

Draper, Thomas J. (person)

Layag, Luis (person)

Mademoiselle (Magazine) (corporateBody)

Mademoiselle was a women's magazine first published in 1935 by Street and Smith and later acquired by Condé Nast Publications. Mademoiselle, primarily a fashion magazine, was also known for publishing short stories by noted authors such as Truman Capote, Joyce Carol Oates, William Faulkner, Tennessee Williams, James Baldwin, Flannery O'Connor, Sylvia Plath, Paul Bowles, Jane Bowles, Jane Smiley, Mary Gordon, Paul Theroux, Sue Miller, Barbara Kingsolver, Perri Klass, Mona Simpson, Alice Munro,...

Anthony, Bill (person)

Jugoslovenska Koncertna Agencija (corporateBody)

Lister, Merle (person)

Fowler School of Classical Ballet (corporateBody)

Kireef, Ivan (person)

Boatner, John B. (person)

Leinsdrof, Erich, 1912- (person)

Kenneth Brelsfoard. (person)

Unger, Oliver A., 1914-1981 (person)

Leeds, James (person)

Seesaw Music Corporation (corporateBody)

City Ballet of Toronto (corporateBody)

DeVlieg, Mary Ann (person)

Harris, Ann (person)

Waltz, Martin. (person)

Duke, Vernon, 1903-1969 (person)

< Born Vladimir Alexandrovitch Dukelsky, Parafianove, Minsk 1916 1919 Studied composition with Reinhold Glière and Marian Dombrovsky at the Kiev Conservatory 1920 Fled the Revolution with his family, settling first in Constantinople ...

Artists Management of Canada Ltd. (corporateBody)

Robert Helpmann (person)

Dorado, Thierry (person)

Huyskens, Jan (person)

Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (corporateBody)

Peter Cooper (1791-1883) was a manufacturer, inventor, philanthropist, and founder of Cooper Union. Cooper's son-in-law Abram S. Hewitt (1822-1903) was a manufacturer, philanthropist, U.S. Representative from New York, and mayor of New York. From the description of Cooper-Hewitt collection, [ca. 1783-1953] (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155472943 Art museum, N.Y., N.Y. Founded 1897. Name changed to Cooper-Hewitt Museum. Housed in the Carnegie Mansion...

Tcherkassky, Alexis (person)

Rogers, Jay (person)

Carmel Summer Ballet School (corporateBody)

Kitty, Darla (person)

Eleanor King, possibly of Liverpool, England. From the guide to the Eleanor King commonplace book, 1781-1783, (David M. Rubenstein Rare Book &amp; Manuscript Library, Duke University) ...

Avedon, Mimi (person)

Metropolitan Pittsburgh Public Broadcasting, inc. (corporateBody)

John Clifford. (person)

Cooper, K. G. F. (person)

Zoritch, George, 1917- (person)

Willson, Sally (person)

Francés, Esteban (person)

Murrain, Edward M. (person)

Tomasson, Helgi (person)

Shaw, Alan J. (person)

Mace, Ronald (person)

Button, John, 1933- (person)

Politician and lawyer. Victorian Senator since 1974. Minister for Industry, Technology and Commerce since 1983. Leader of the Government in the Senate since 1983. From the description of Papers [manuscript]. 1975-1982. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225786652 ...

Simmonds, Harvey (person)

New York Theatre Ballet (corporateBody)

Crozier, Ph. A. 18..?-19.. (person)

Vanush Kanamirian. (person)

Carleton College (Northfield, Minn.) (corporateBody)

Carleton was founded on October 12, 1866, by the General Conference of the Congregational Churches of Minnesota, which—after considering locations in Zumbrota, Mantorville, Cottage Grove, and Lake City—chose Northfield for the home of its new college. Carleton’s founder was Northfield businessman and Congregationalist Charles M. Goodsell, for whom the College’s observatory is named. It was he who encouraged the church to open a Minnesota college and he who donated part of its original 20 acre...

Chautauqua Institution (corporateBody)

Radio-Télévision Suisse Romande (corporateBody)

Metropolitan Broadcasting (corporateBody)

Carton, Evelyn (person)

Boris Kochno. (person)

Universal Ballet Company (Korea) (corporateBody)

Haieff, Alexei, 1914-1994 (person)

Composed 1949-50. First performance of revised version Boston, 31 October 1952, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch conductor, Leo Smit soloist. Dedicated to Janice Newman for Leo Smit. Received the New York Music Critics Award for 1952.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Concerto for piano and orchestra / Alexei Haieff. [19--] (Franklin &amp; Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 52137728 Alexei Haieff was born in Blagoveshchensk, Siberia, ...

Strage, Mark (person)

MacPhail, Stuart (person)

Pennsylvania and Milwaukee Ballet (corporateBody)

Fred Thompson (person)

Andalucía, Lita (person)

Sokolow, Anna (person)

Dancer, choreographer. From the description of Oral history interview with Anna Sokolow, 1978. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122513535 ...

Labunski, Félix 1892-1979 (person)

Felix Labunski was a Polish born American composer. He studied with Lucjan Marczewski and Witold Maliszewski at the Warsaw Conservatory (1922-24) and with Paul Dukas, Nadia Boulanger (composition) and Georges Migot (musicology) at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris (1924-34). In 1927 he helped found the Association of Young Polish Composers in Paris. He moved to the United States in 1936 and became an American citizen in 1941. In 1940-41 he was professor of counterpoint and composition at Mar...

Prince, G. M. (person)

Norske opera (corporateBody)

Institut für Theaterwissenschaft (corporateBody)

Nijinski, Waslaw, 1890-1950 (person)

Leonid Leonidoff. (person)

Keeler, Lois (person)

Sauguet, Henri, 1901-1989 (person)

French composer. From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : Paris, 4 Nov. 1935, to [Comte Etienne de Beaumont], 1935 Nov. 4. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270668793 From the description of "Henri Sauguet / Musique pour / L'épervier / Film de Marcel L'Herbier. / Partition d'orchestre / 1933" : autograph manuscript, 1933. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270569167 Henri Sauguet, French composer. For two pianos. Composed 1932. ...

Teatro dell'opera (Rome, Italy) (corporateBody)

Schiff Terhune (corporateBody)

Kaplan, Jack (person)

Guillot de Rode, François, 1913- (person)

Maki, Asami (person)

Milco, Gloria (person)

Goodman, Randolph G., 1908-.... (person)

American Guild of Musical Artists (corporateBody)

The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) was founded in 1936 in New York City to protect the interests of solo musical artists in the field of opera and later expanded to include dancers, choreographers and some categories of stage managers. The union became affiliated with the Associated Actors and Artistes of America (known as the 4A's) and established regional offices throughout the United States in addition to the main New York office. The records of two predecessor organizations, the Gr...

Somer, Harold B. (person)

O'connor, Patrick (person)

Epithet: of Dublin British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000269.0x0002fa ...

Robson, Jeanne (person)

Alvin AiIley American Dance Theatre (corporateBody)

Meulemeester, Paul de (person)

Eriksen, Dan (person)

Lormeau, Jean Yves (person)

Lar Lubovitch dance company (corporateBody)

Scott, Harry A. (person)

Kron, William (person)

King, Hial Bancroft (person)

Somerville, Randolph (person)

Cooper, Kenneth H. (person)

Ochirro, Laurie (person)

Petersen, Kirk (person)

Zaré, Seda (person)

Kosmovska, Irina (person)

Bauman, Frank M. (person)

Swartz, Randolph (person)

Perry, Julia, 1924-1979 (person)

Composer and lecturer. From the description of Julia Perry papers, 1962-1980. (Fisk University). WorldCat record id: 70972597 ...

Long Island Arts Center (corporateBody)

Richmond Ballet (corporateBody)

Andriesse, Jurriaan (person)

Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church in America (corporateBody)

New York State Theatre (corporateBody)

Ballet Folklórico de México (corporateBody)

Museum of Broadcasting (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Meyer, Kathleen Marie Jacqueline (person)

Hudson, H. Lewis (person)

Shafer, Deleah (person)

Juilliard School (corporateBody)

Until 1946, the Juilliard School of Music was composed of two divisions, the Juilliard Graduate School (JGS) and the Institute of Musical Art (IMA), which served as the undergraduate division. The IMA was founded in 1905 by Frank Damrosch and James Loeb; in 1926 it affiliated with the JGS, established in 1924 by the Juilliard Musical Foundation. The two schools maintained separate identities until their full merger in 1946. From the description of Scholarship...

Doolittle, James A. (person)

Lawyer, politician. From the description of James R. Doolittle papers, 1831-1893. (New York State Historical Documents). WorldCat record id: 155431279 ...

Williamson, Liz (person)

Professional dancer and dance teacher, Liz Williamson (1919-1996) was well respected for her many years as a dance educator, as well as her efforts to promote jazz dance. Born in North Carolina, she attended Radcliffe College as an undergraduate. She also received a graduate degree in dance from New York University. Williamson (her married name) later studied various dance forms, including modern, with Charles Weidman, Hanya Holm, Martha Hill, Huapala, and Martha Graham,...

Siegel, Mona Grove (person)

Jones, David T. (David Thomas), 1952- (person)

Gassman, Remi (person)

Bushling, Jilise (person)

Nabokov, Nicolas (person)

Epithet: composer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000265.0x0001c4 ...

Cervantes, Maddlin (person)

New York (State). Department of Agriculture and Markets (corporateBody)

Horgan, Barbara (person)

Cano, George D. (person)

Unites States Postal Service (corporateBody)

"Iskusstvo" (Firm) (corporateBody)

Serrano, Lupe (person)

Katona, Tibor (person)

Filipov, Alexander (person)

Eglevsky, André (person)

Kroll, Jack (person)

Hochhauser, Victor (person)

Todd, Peyton Jr. (person)

Capote, Truman, 1924-1984 (person)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED American author. From the guide to the Truman Capote ephemera Collection, 1949-1988., (Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ) Truman Capote (1924- ), American author. From the description of Truman Capote papers, 1939-1976. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 38476609 Truman Capote is an American writer. From the description of Truman Capote fonds. (University of Victoria Libraries). WorldCat record id: 667848368...

Juilliard School. Dance Division (corporateBody)

The Dance Division was established in 1951. From the description of Scrapbooks, 1951-1991. (The Juilliard School). WorldCat record id: 25897399 From the description of Production records, 1951-1971 (bulk 1951-1964). (The Juilliard School). WorldCat record id: 37046185 From the description of General administrative records, 1951-1971 (bulk 1951-1961). (The Juilliard School). WorldCat record id: 37046146 From the description of Faculty records, 1949-1991. (T...

Warner Brothers (corporateBody)

Frohlich, Nadine (person)

Schmidt, Jochen (person)

Star Dancers Ballet (corporateBody)

Bruce Marks. (person)

Fëdorov, Mikhail (person)

Waldman, Max (person)

D'Amboise, Jacques, 1934- (person)

Fitzpatrick, Mary T. (person)

Clarke, Mary, 1923-.... (person)

Epithet: of East Claydon British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001476.0x0001c1 ...

Hogan, Michael (person)

Denard, Michael (person)

American Ballet East (corporateBody)

Aragno, Anna (person)

Malinow, Inés (person)

Heinz-Bosl-Stiftung (corporateBody)

Edward Villella (person)

Grands ballets canadiens (corporateBody)

North Carolina School of the Arts (corporateBody)

Fifty-five high school seniors filed into the school auditorium for NCSA's first school commencement on June 8, 1966 to hear Dr. Vittorio Giannini, the first president of the school charge the graduates with the responsibility of continuing their growth as artists. More than half were to return in the fall as college students. At the second commencement, in addition to the second high school class, bachelor of music degrees were presented to the college graduates. As the school's graduates left ...

Dallas Metropolitan Ballet (corporateBody)

Laurie Picinich. (person)

Arlen, Harold, 1905-1986 (person)

Harold Arlen, composer was born in Buffalo, New York in 1905. He composed the music for such well-known songs as: "Over the Rainbow", "Stormy Weather", "That Old Black Magic", and "Blues in the Night". Among his collaborators were: E. Y. Harburg, Johnny Mercer, Ira Gershwin, Dorothy Fields and Leo Robbin. From the guide to the Harold Arlen papers, 1947-1967, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) Harold Arlen, composer. From the description o...

Newsday (corporateBody)

Terekhov, Miguel (person)

Société Internationale d'Art XXe siècle (corporateBody)

Watson, Gwendolyn (person)

Arthur Mitchell. (person)

Sutton, Valerie (person)

On Your Toes (corporateBody)

Goldfader, Peggy R. (person)

Troubetzkoy, Georgy (person)

Hoffman, Anne (person)

Reis, Bruce (person)

Kelly, Rebecca (person)

Manno, Dana A. (person)

Makarova, Natalia, 1940-.... (person)

Erikson, Betsy (person)

Memphis Civic Ballet (corporateBody)

Kiss, Robert (person)

Lynn Seymour. (person)

Halip, Boris (person)

Stars Shine for Acropolis (corporateBody)

Andrey, Line (person)

Buchanan, Thompson R. (person)

Federal government employee. From the description of Thompson R. Buchanan papers, 1961-2000. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70979764 ...

Revere, Nadine (person)

Ariel, Claude (person)

Barrett, Herbert (person)

Stuart, Lynne (person)

Becker, Bruce (person)

Obolensky, Serge (person)

Kosminsky, Jane (person)

Hobi, Frank (person)

Civic Ballet Society of Indianapolis (corporateBody)

Volkoff, Christian (person)

Williams, Derek, 1929-.... (person)

Banff Centre (corporateBody)

Lambert, Constant (person)

English composer, conductor, and writer on music. From the description of Autograph postcards and postal cards signed (9), and Valentine cards signed (2), dated : [London, Marseille, Toulon and Paris, 1919-1931] and [n.p., n.d.], to Nina Hamnett, 1919-1931, 1929 Dec. 21 and 1930 Apr. 20 andn.d. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270667102 From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : [London June 3 1929], to Mme [Louise] Alvar, 1929 June 3. (Unknown). WorldCat record ...

Budapest. Hungarian State Opera. Ballet (corporateBody)

Ashley, Merrill (person)

Ford foundation (corporateBody)

Philanthropic organization established in 1936 by Henry and Edsel Ford from profits of the Ford Motor Company. From the description of Grant files, [ca. 1936-1986]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155532303 ...

Théâtre Ballet Canadien (corporateBody)

Cameron, Judy (person)

Spies, Claudio (person)

Lane, Joseph K. (person)

Gray, Daryl (person)

Minerich, Teresa (person)

Lacca, Yolanda (person)

Brown, Ann Kipling (person)

Harris, Ellen T. (person)

International Ballet Company of Toledo. (corporateBody)

Hoffman, Jay K. (person)

Cranmer, Helen Warden (person)

Peggy Van Praagh. (person)

Worcester Junior Ballet (corporateBody)

Cranko, John (person)

Rainer, Michael (person)

Le Tang, Henry (person)

Pitter, Valerie (person)

Martin, Charles (person)

Epithet: Major British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001192.0x000368 ...

Mills Music (corporateBody)

Winston, Paul Gabriel (person)

WGBH Educational Foundation (corporateBody)

The LICBC, now comprised of seventeen member institutions, was established in 1946 as a cooperative broadcasting venture in adult education. In 1951, the LICBC founded the WGBH Educational Foundation as a nonprofit corporation having broad cultural, informational, and educational aims. The Foundation operates: WGBH-FM, 89.7, Boston; WGBH-TV, Channel 2, Boston; WGBX-TV, Channel 44, Boston; and WGBY-TV, Channel 57, Springfield. WGBH, which is a member of the Public Broadcasting Service, receives f...

Singer, David S. (person)

Jackson Ballet Guild (corporateBody)

Russell, Paul (person)

Hopper, Edna (Wallace), Mrs., 1874- (person)

Yougoslovenska Koncertna Agencija. (corporateBody)

Lamoureaux, Shirley (person)

Directional Concepts Dance Theatre Foundation. (corporateBody)

Larrosa, Carlos (person)

Diggins, Peter S. (person)

Fincher, E. B., Mrs. (person)

City Travel (Pty) (corporateBody)

Vila, Jo Anne (person)

Dowling, Robert, W. (person)

Price, Harold C. (person)

Steinmetz, Margerita (person)

Ballet théâtre contemporain (corporateBody)

Bruel, Michel (person)

Bredsdorff, Elias. (person)

b Roskilde, Denmark Epithet: author and academic British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000472.0x000351 ...

Borgese, Elizabeth Mann (person)

Griffiths, Edward (person)

Epithet: Secretary, Hanover Square Chapel, Newcastle-uponTyne British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001089.0x0002ea Epithet: Lieutenant; RN British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001089.0x0002e9 Edward Griffiths was born in July 1792 at Plymouth. In April 1803, he entered the Royal Navy, later participating in the capture of C...

Maule, Michael (person)

Von Gaza, C. H. (person)

Johnson, Kevin Joe (person)

Huckenpahler, Victoria, 1945-.... (person)

Rubin, Diane (person)

Malmstad, John E. (person)

Staempfli, Georges William (person)

Harkness, Rebekah West, -1982 (person)

Music composer and philanthropist. From the description of Diaries, [1952?]-1970. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 144655065 ...

Osterweil, Richard (person)

Ingemie, Robert (person)

Berliner Festwochen (corporateBody)

California institute of the arts (corporateBody)

Administrative History of the California Institute of the Arts Publications Collection California Institute of the Arts, commonly known as CalArts, is located in Valencia, California, and grants degrees in the visual and performing arts. Incorporated on September 1, 1961, it was the first degree-granting institution of higher learning in the United States created specifically for students of both the visual and the performing arts. It was the...

Bernardin, Alan (person)

Terry, Walter. (person)

Walter Terry (b. 1913 – d. 1982) was a prolific writer and dance critic. His interest in the performing arts began during his college years at the University of North Carolina, where he majored in drama and minored in music. In 1936, he was hired as a dance critic at the Boston Herald. His first assignment was to cover the activities at the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, located in the Berkshires in Massachusetts. There he met and shared a friendship with the founder and artistic director Ted Sh...

D'Amboise, Jacques (person)

Tarbox, Frances (person)

Cultural Center and Department of the City of Holon (corporateBody)

Wengerd, Tim (person)

Rambert, Marie (person)

Charles Gounod (person)

Jerome Robbins. (person)

Berendt Besch Productions (corporateBody)

Max Reinhardt Archive (corporateBody)

Westside School of Ballet (corporateBody)

White, Peter, 1947-.... (person)

Epithet: of Long Island British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001152.0x000066 Epithet: MD, of Lewes, county Sussex British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001152.0x000065 Epithet: Lieutenant; RN British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001152.0x000064 Epithet: Chur...

Healy, Katherine Siobhan (person)

Leeds Music Corporation, 1951 (corporateBody)

Parker, Dee (person)

New York World's Fair (corporateBody)

Crall, Helen (person)

Winter, Alan A. (person)

Bell, Jeanne Shibley (person)

Daniel Capouch. (person)

Atlanta Ballet (corporateBody)

Israel philharmonic orchestra (corporateBody)

Yaschak, Eleanor (person)

Phillips, R. (Richard), Sir, 1767-1840 (person)

Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (Mexico) (corporateBody)

Swanberg, Nancie (person)

Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra (person)

Cole, Ashley T. (person)

Slavenska, Tihmar and Company (corporateBody)

Chabert, Leo (person)

McMann, Edith (person)

Muyden, Petrus van (person)

Dominic, Zoë (person)

Miami Valley Dance Guild (corporateBody)

Anderson, Andy (person)

C. E. Peters Corporation (corporateBody)

Barnett, Virginia Rich (person)

Hrvatsko narodno kazaliste u Zagrebu (corporateBody)

Villella, Janet (person)

Volk, Scott (person)

Chevy Chase Ballet Center (corporateBody)

Boyer, Joseph A. E. (person)

Jacqueline Moreau. (person)

Cunningam, Merce (person)

Jordan, DuPree (person)

Bal-Pan Productions (corporateBody)

Contreras, Gloria (person)

Courtois, Elizabeth (person)

Arizona Ballet (corporateBody)

Retchitzky, Marcel (person)

Massine, Leonide, 1896- (person)

Williams, Sandra (person)

Arthur Pierson (person)

Jean-Louis (person)

Huntsville Civic Ballet (corporateBody)

Murphy, Séamus 1907-1975 (person)

Centennial, LaGuardia (person)

Mashpee Wampanoag Indian Museum (corporateBody)

Städtische Bühnen (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) (person)

International Television Trading Corporation (corporateBody)

Moore, Dennis (person)

Ballet Guild of Jacksonville (corporateBody)

Fosdick, Euphemia (person)

American Whig-Cliosophic Society (corporateBody)

The American Whig Society and the Cliosophic Society, founded in 1769 and 1765 respectively, were student organizations on the Princeton campus from the eighteenth century through the middle of the twentieth. During the eighteenth century and most of the nineteenth, they were the major focus of student life outside of the classroom, fulfilling the students' social needs as well as providing educational opportunities which were not part of the college curriculum. The societies provided for a foru...

Thesmar, Ghislaine (person)

Wittmer, Toodie (person)

Beckett, Henry (person)

Henry Beckett (1889-1969) was a reporter with the New York Post from 1924 to 1968. During World War I he reported for the Cincinnati Post while serving in a cavalry unit and later participated in the Meuse-Argonne offensive. He interrupted his career to join the United States Army again in 1942 for the duration of World War II. Beckett also loved music and was a friend of social activist John Haynes Holmes. From the description of Henry Beckett papers, 1830-1970 (bulk 1918-1970) (Uni...

Renieri, Manon (person)

Pryor, Ruth (person)

Cecchetti Council of America. (corporateBody)

Sullins College (corporateBody)

Plowden, Celeste (person)

Lindner, David (person)

Random House (Firm) (corporateBody)

Milwaukee Ballet Company. (corporateBody)

Monitor Book Company (corporateBody)

Ingerson, Rhodi (person)

Schaufuss, Peter (person)

Hansen, Robert. (person)

Barkas, Janet (person)

Stuttgart Ballet (corporateBody)

Williams, Stanleigh (person)

Koninklijk Conservatorium voor Muziek en Dans (Hague, Netherlands) (corporateBody)

Brown, Vida (person)

Sarnoff, Dorothy (person)

Singer, Speech Consultant, and Author. Dorothy Sarnoff was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. in 1914 and graduated in the Cornell University class of 1935. She became an accomplished singer on Broadway, television, and in Opera, starring in "The King and I" with Yul Brynner. Her performance credits include "Rosalinda," "My Darlin' Aida," "Tosca," "Magdalena," "The Ed Sullivan Show," a USO show in Germany, and Super Club Acts at the Pierre Hotel's Cotillion Room and the Americana Hotel's Bal Masque Supper C...

Princeton Regional Ballet (corporateBody)

Kage, Jonas (person)

T'bilisi (Georgia). Paliashvili Opera and Ballet Theater (corporateBody)

Natalia Makarova (person)

Benesh Institute of Choreology Ltd. (corporateBody)

Originally an accountant, Rudolf Benesh and his wife, Joan Benesh (formerly Rothwell, a soloist with the Sadler's Wells Ballet), founded the Benesh Movement Notation (BMN) system in 1955. BMN is a system by which movements may be transcribed into written form, and is used by dancers, choreographers, archivists, and also clinicians studying human movement. One reason for its success is that over twenty-five major dance companies utilised BMN and its use of the musical five-line staff...

Massachusetts Center Repertory Company (corporateBody)

Johnson, Phyllis (person)

National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (corporateBody)

Fekete, Zoltan (person)

André Eglevsky. (person)

Zil´berstein, I. S. (Il´ia Samoilovich) (person)

Astaire, Adele (person)

Lovelady, Lana (person)

Swisher, Viola Hegyi (person)

Grigorieva, Tamara (person)

Patricia Neary. (person)

Clayburgh, Alma (person)

Alma Clayburgh also signed herself as Alma Clayburgh Grew. From the description of Correspondence with Theodore, Helen, and Vera Dreiser, 1915-1952, n.d. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155897434 ...

Matsas, Savas (person)

Los Angeles International Film Exposition (corporateBody)

Liandre, Lil (person)

Alicia Alonso. (person)

Ballets de Monte-Carlo (corporateBody)

Moon, Eugene (person)

Wright, Rebecca (person)

Massie, Suzanne (person)

Marek, Vladimir (person)

Gonzales-Gonzales, J. A. (person)

Dwyer, Robert, Mrs. (person)

Napal, Ronald (person)

Ladies Home Journal (corporateBody)

Morawski, Mieczyslaw (person)

Jucker, Emil, 1889- (person)

Ballet Annual (corporateBody)

Tanner, Allen (person)

Bruhn, Erik (person)

Krotkov, Yuri, 1917-1981 (person)

New Jersey Ballet Company. (corporateBody)

Gruen, John. (person)

John Jonas Gruen born Sept. 12, 1926 in Paris, France. Educated in Europe and the United States. Mr. Gruen is a portrait photographer; art, dance and music critic. He has written countless articles, reviews, interviews, monograhs and essays for many national and international periodicals. He has lectured extensively at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York among other museums, schools and universities and hosted a dance-interview radio program--The Sound of Dance--over WNCN. Fro...

Beriosova, Svetlana, 1932- (person)

Oboukhoff, Anatole (person)

Poulenc, Francis (person)

Composer. From the description of Francis Poulenc autograph letter to [Jay S. Harrison], [1953] July 14. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 476902904 French composer. From the description of Discours du Général / (Les Mariés de la Tour Eiffel) / Francis Poulenc / (1921). Avril 1921. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270568728 From the description of Autograph note signed on his visiting card, dated : [Paris, n.d.], to an unidentified recipient, [n.d.]. (Unkn...

Albert Ziegler. (person)

Moss, Arnold (person)

Arnold Moss (1910-1989) was an American actor, director, theatrical producer. He made his film debut in Temptation (1946). He adapted, co-produced, and acted in George Bernard Shaw's Back to Methuselah on tour and on Broadway (1957-1959) and directed and starred in the Shakespeare Festival Players, a touring repertory company (1959). He received his Ph.D., New York University, New York, N.Y. in 1973 and was visiting professor, Department of Dramatic Arts, University of Connecticut (...

Weber, Diana (person)

Auger, Maurice (person)

The Legat School. (corporateBody)

Gehlen, Michael P. (person)

Baltimore Ballet (corporateBody)

Eden, David, 1942- (person)

Britchky, Seymour (person)

Larrosa, Delfino (person)

Godfrey, Louis (person)

Slate, Richard (person)

Woizikowska, Sonia (person)

Sobotka, Walter (person)

Walter S. Sobotka was born on July 1, 1888 in Vienna. He was the son of Dr. Ignaz and Hedwig Sobotka. Sobotka attended the Franz-Josef-Gymnasium in Vienna, graduating in 1907. He then enrolled at the Technischen Hochschule Wien, studying under Karl König. He completed his degree in 1912 with the title of Engineer-Architect. Sobotka served as an officer in the Austrian army during World War I. After the war, from 1919 to 1923, he worked for the Viennese firm of Karl Korn while also ...

Zeldestain, Arthur (person)

Ellington, Mercedes (person)

Dancer and choreographer Mercedes Ellington was born on February 9, 1939 in New York City to Ruth Silas Batts and trumpet player and conductor Mercer Ellington, son of renowned composer and bandleader Duke Ellington. Ellington was raised by her maternal grandparents Louise Petgrave Silas and Alfred Silas, who enrolled her in dance and ballet classes at an early age. Ellington received a scholarship to attend The Metropolitan Opera School of Ballet, but decided to enroll at The Julliard School at...

Ballets de Paris de Roland Petit (corporateBody)

Princeton Ballet Society. (corporateBody)

Maynard, George (person)

Epithet: of the Custom House British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000135.0x00039f ...

Sarah Lawrence College (corporateBody)

Vogel, Albert (person)

Dance Teachers' Club of Boston (corporateBody)

Morishita, Yōko 1948- (person)

Van Aken, William R., 1912-1993 (person)

Rowland Gibson Hazard was a Quaker businessman who was instrumental in putting the first railroad across America. From the description of ALS, [1872?] : to R.W. Hazard / Wm. P. Van Aken. (Haverford College Library). WorldCat record id: 37296862 ...

Horosko, Marian (person)

Schorer, Mark, 1908-1977 (person)

Biographer and author. From the description of Sinclair Lewis : an American life : manuscript, circa 1961. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71132010 Schorer was an English professor at U.C.B. From the description of Mark Schorer papers. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 743388731 American author. From the description of Sinclair Lewis: an American life, typescript, 1961. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat rec...

Harris, Leonard, 1948-.... (person)

Henry, Pierre 1924-.... (person)

Thompson, Clive, 1968- (person)

Calude Arpels (person)

Duncan, William Walter (person)

Orenstein, Arbie. (person)

Prodromidès, Jean (person)

Bilitz, John J. (person)

Weaver, Deborah (person)

André Eglevsky Ballet Companies. (corporateBody)

Mielziner, Jo, 1901-1976 (person)

Actor, scene designer, and lighting designer and innovator; d. 1976. From the description of Jo Mielziner collection, [193-]-[197-]. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70923011 Donald Mitchell Oenslager, an American stage designer and professor, was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on 7 March 1902. Oenslager began his career in the theater as an actor, working at the Greenwich Village Theatre and the Provincetown Playhouse during the early 1920s. He became interested i...

Atwood, Kay (person)

Markova, Alicia, Dame, 1910- (person)

Ballet Mississippi (corporateBody)

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. (corporateBody)

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was formed on 2 November 1936 consisting of two radio networks: Trans-Canada (English) and the French network. In 1952 two television stations began broadcasting in Toronto and Montreal. From the description of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation collection. 1929-[195-]. (McMaster University). WorldCat record id: 181806794 ...

Crampton, Nancy (person)

Asbury, Maxine (person)

California Ballet Company. (corporateBody)

San Francisco Ballet (corporateBody)

Voice of America (Organization) (corporateBody)

The Voice of America Forum Lectures in American Poetry series was broadcast internationally by the Voice of America radio program, which covered topics in the arts and sciences in mid-twentieth century America. From the description of Voice of America Forum Lectures in American Poetry series scripts, circa 1965. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702202512 American governmental agency broadcasting by radio to audiences in foreign countries. From the description of Vo...

Hochhauser, Liilian (person)

Federacão Atlética de Estudantes (corporateBody)

National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center (corporateBody)

Curator of the exhibit was Susan Milbrath. From the description of Star gods of the ancient Americas [1982]. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 67615718 Founded in 1916 by George G. Heye, the Museum is devoted to the collection, preservation, study, and exhibition of materials connected with the anthropology of the aboriginal peoples of North, Central, and South America. From the description of Records, 1860-1983, 1890-1980 (bulk). (Unknown). World...

Coates, Lola (person)

Manville, Stewart (person)

Shapero, Harold, 1920-2013 (person)

Youskevitch, Igor, 1912-1994 (person)

Igor Youskevitch was born on March 13, 1912 near Kiev, Ukraine. In 1920, his family fled the Bolshevik Revolution and resettled in the former Yugoslavia. After graduating from high school in 1930, he studied engineering at Belgrade University. There he became involved in Sokol, the Slavic sports and gymnastics organization. At age 20, ballerina Xenia Grunt spotted Youskevitch at a gymnastics competition and urged him to consider a future in ballet. Youskevitch became Grunt's student...

Toumanova, Tamara, 1917- (person)

Knoblauch, Christine (person)

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (corporateBody)

Jones, John T. (John Travis) (person)

Epithet: of Woolwich British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000441.0x000045 ...

Denmark. (corporateBody)

Duse, Riccardo (person)

Podolsky, Leo, 1891-1987 (person)

Vespa (corporateBody)

Patton, Marion (person)

Migel, Parmenia (person)

Parmenia Migel Ekstrom (1908-1989) was a ballet historian and author, and founder and president of the Stravinsky-Diaghilev Foundation. Although she started her career as a writer under her maiden name, Parmenia Migel, in her subsequent career as a dance scholar and collector, she used her married name, Mrs. Parmenia Ekstrom, sometimes abbreviated PME in this finding aid. In the late 1930s she founded and headed the executive committee of the Ballet Guild (New York, N.Y.). From 1946 to 1955, she...

DiBona, Linda (person)

Solov, Zakhary (person)

Bol´shoi teatr SSSR. Ballet (corporateBody)

Baryshnikov, Mikhail, 1948- (person)

Mikhail Baryshnikov (1948- ) is a Russian-American dancer, choreographer and actor. Born in Riga, he received his early training at the Vaganova Academy in Leningrad. He joined the Kirov ballet in 1967. Recognizing his talent, Soviet choreographers soon began creating works for him. In 1974 while on tour with the Bolshoi ballet, Baryshnikov moved to Canada and joined the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. After appearing as a guest artist with several companies, he began dancing with the New Yo...

Ter-Arutunian, Rouben, 1920- (person)

Rouben Ter-Arutunian, set and costume designer. His entire career was in the United States. From the description of Three costume designs for the New York City Opera, 1952. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122465518 From the guide to the Three costume designs for the New York City Opera, 1952, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) Rouben Ter-Arutunian, set and costume designer whose entire career was in the United States. ...

Dober, Richard P (person)

Hartmann, Olga de, 1885-1979 (person)

Philadelphia College of Art (corporateBody)

Bellis, Murray (person)

Martins, Peter (person)

Mertins, Christa (person)

Harris, Leon A (person)

Leon A. Harris, 1926-, is an author and social reformer from Dallas, Texas. From the guide to the Harris, L. mss., 1931-1977, (Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington)) Author and social reformer. From the description of Papers, 1931-1977. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 49324793 Leon Harris, a 1941 Texas Technological College graduate and World War II Navy veteran, returned to Lubbock after the war and set up an advertising agency with ...

Lavery, Emmet, 1902-1986 (person)

United Nations (corporateBody)

In 1945, four individuals who had worked on the Manhattan project-John L. Balderston, Jr., Dieter M. Gruen, W.J. McLean, and David B. Wehmeyer-formed a committee and wrote a letter to 154 public figures asking for their opinions about the possibility of the creation of a world government. Over the next year, as the various public figures responded to the letter, the responses were correlated into a report that was released in 1947. From the guide to the Balderston, John L., Jr. Colle...

National Ballet Society (corporateBody)

McBride, Patricia, 1942- (person)

Hatch, Robert (person)

Florida Ballet Company (corporateBody)

Florida State University (person)

Huntington Dance Ensemble. (corporateBody)

Saint Mary's High School (corporateBody)

American Optometric Association. (corporateBody)

Women's City Club of New York (corporateBody)

Sordelli, Mercedes (person)

Marcus, Dain (person)

Tom Skelton. (person)

New York Society of Teachers of Dancing (corporateBody)

Colorado Woman's College (corporateBody)

Fernandez, Royes (person)

Tudor, Antony, 1909-1987 (person)

Antony Tudor, British dancer, choreographer, and teacher, was born William Cook in London, April 4, 1909. His training began in 1928 with Marie Rambert and continued with Pearl Argyle, Harold Turner, and Margaret Craske. His career included: dancer and choreographer for Ballet Club (later Ballet Rambert) from 1930-1937; founder and choreographer of London Ballet, 1937-1940; resident choreographer of Ballet Theatre (later American Ballet Theatre), New York, 1939-1950; artistic director, Royal Swe...

Belchets, Sarah (person)

Finn, David (person)

Hays, David, 1930- (person)

Alberta Ballet. (corporateBody)

Fleckney, Linda (person)

Rostova, Lubov (person)

Adler, Peter Herman, 1970-1971 (person)

Jacob, Christopher (person)

Anderson, Nels E. (person)

Gaskell, Sonia (person)

Murdock Communications (corporateBody)

Teatro alla Scala, 1961 (corporateBody)

The Teatro alla Scala was founded under the auspices of the Empress Maria Theresa of Austria, to replace the Royal Ducal Theatre which was destroyed by fire on 26 February 1776 and had, until then, been the home of opera in Milan. La Scala, the more common name, opened on 3 August 1778 with Antonio Salieri's opera L'Europa riconosciuta, to a libretto by Mattia Verazi. La Scala today continues as one of the world's most famous opera houses. Source: From ...

Los Angeles Civic Light Opera Association (corporateBody)

Riggs, William (person)

Shuk, Lajos (person)

Lopukhov, Fedor, 1886-1973 (person)

Johnson, Campbell (person)

Szentgroti, Ingrid (person)

Ruben, Beata (person)

Grimm, Peter (person)

Jones, William J. (person)

National School of Ballet (New Zealand) (corporateBody)

Tchernicheva, Lubov (person)

Lubov Tchernicheva [Liubov Pavlovna Chernysheva] (1890 -1976) was a Russian ballerina and wife of the Diaghilev's Ballet's Russes régisseur Sergei Grigoriev. From 1913, she was a leading dancer and from 1926, a ballet mistress of Ballets Russes. After Diaghilev's death, Tchernicheva continued performing and teaching at Col. W. de Basil Ballets Russes (later Original Ballet Russe). In the 1950s, she and her husband worked together at restaging Michel Fokine's ballets. From the guide t...

Baryshnikov, Mikhail, 1948- (person)

Mikhail Baryshnikov (1948- ) is a Russian-American dancer, choreographer and actor. Born in Riga, he received his early training at the Vaganova Academy in Leningrad. He joined the Kirov ballet in 1967. Recognizing his talent, Soviet choreographers soon began creating works for him. In 1974 while on tour with the Bolshoi ballet, Baryshnikov moved to Canada and joined the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. After appearing as a guest artist with several companies, he began dancing with the New Yo...

Ninette DeValois (person)

Pennsylvania Ballet (corporateBody)

In 1962, Barbara Weisberger, a protégé of George Balanchine, started the School of the Pennsylvania Ballet to train dancers for her forthcoming dance company. The “Philadelphia Ballet” was officially founded the following year, although a legal dispute with a school of a similar name led her to change the company’s name to The Pennsylvania Ballet. George Balanchine served as artistic advisor and the Ford Foundation provided the funds to help the struggling company establish itself. ...

Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden (corporateBody)

May, Pamela, 1917-2005 (person)

Colorado Concert Ballet. (corporateBody)

New Yorker (corporateBody)

Becker, Robert (person)

Albrecht, Angele (person)

Nubel, Walter (person)

Baher, Robert (person)

Vladimiroff, Pierre, 1893-1970 (person)

Parks, Carolyn (person)

Pan American World Airways, inc. (corporateBody)

Sayels, Leonard (person)

Sunday, Norman Jerome (person)

Kapuste, Falco (person)

Hammel, John (person)

Fleischmann, Ernest (person)

Stock, Robert F. (person)

Patrick, Lissa M. (person)

Earl, William (person)

Taylor, Gay (person)

Leonidoff, Leonid (person)

Charleston Ballet Theatre (corporateBody)

Blackett, Joy (person)

National Endowment for the Arts (corporateBody)

Dawson, Toni Stuart (person)

Victoria Huckenpahler. (person)

San Francisco Opera Ballet (corporateBody)

Curtin, Claire M. (person)

Rouben Ter-Arutunian (person)

Cassidi, Claudia (person)

Gorlinsky, S. A. (person)

Haywood, Claire H. (person)

Mount Holyoke College. (corporateBody)

The first official publication of Mount Holyoke Female Seminary was a catalogue issued in 1837 containing information about trustees, teachers, terms of admission, the course of study, the schedule for the year, Family Accommodations, and the Moral and Religious Influence at the school. Subsequent catalogues (with periodic updates) trace the growth of the institution and provide detailed information about the academic program and residential life for students at the College. These publications h...

St. Seraphim's Foundation (corporateBody)

Merriman, Bill (person)

Chilgren, Dianne (person)

Amfiteatrof, Daniele (person)

Antic, Ratimir (person)

Gieseler, Walter (person)

Harper's bazar (corporateBody)

Académie de musique de Genève (corporateBody)

Montresor, Beni (person)

Beni Montresor was born March 31, 1926 in Bussolengo, Italy. He studied at the Liceo Artistico in Verona, and later at the Academia de Belle Arti in Venice and the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome. He worked in Italy as a newspaper film critic, author of radio plays, and set designer, and came to the United States in 1960. He continued to work as a set and costume designer for operas and musicals, and also began illustrating and writing children's books. He has illustra...

Georges Bizet (person)

American Committee for Cultural Freedom. (corporateBody)

Committee of prominent artists and intellectuals organized as the U.S. affiliate of the Congress for Cultural Freedom in 1950, but with roots in a long dormant domestic organization, the Committee for Cultural Freedom (1939-1940). Activities and programs on behalf of cultural freedom were generally informed by the staunch anti-communist orientation associated with the height of the Cold War period. Variant responses to the mid-1950's waning of these Cold War tensions led first to disaffiliation ...

Ostrove, Saul B. (person)

Stravinsky, Soulima, 1910- (person)

Soulima Stravinsky is a pianist, teacher, and composer, son of Russian composer Igor Stravinsky. From the guide to the Soulima Stravinsky papers, ca.1884-1976 (inclusive, 1950-1976, (The New York Public Library. Music Division.) ...

Buffalo Ballet Theatre (corporateBody)

Goossens, Eugène (1893-1962). (person)

British conductor and composer. From the description of "Nature Poem no I." (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270563956 Composed 1927. First peformance London, 2 October 1930, Leon Goossens soloist. Dedicated to Leon Goossens, the composer's brother.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Oboe concerto / by Eugene Goossen. [19--?] (Franklin &amp; Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 49817957 Originally sketched out as orchestral pieces, Goossen...

Stretton, Ross (person)

Dancer and Artistic Director of Australian Ballet and Royal Ballet. From the description of Papers of Ross Stretton [manuscript]. 1962-2002. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 224477440 ...

Altman, Al (person)

Massine, Lorca (person)

Bolshoi Ballet (corporateBody)

Who's Important in Art (corporateBody)

Valmi, Dora (person)

Milhau, Denis (person)

Lanzrein, Jurg (person)

Kenniff, Susan M. (person)

Enciclopedia dello Spettacolo (corporateBody)

McMillan, Florri (person)

Brunson, Perry (person)

Jassel, Arlete (person)

Nagy, Ivan, 1943-2014 (person)

kansallisooppera, Suomen (person)

Petit, Michel (person)

Fourcard, Inez (person)

Ruth Page's International Ballet. (corporateBody)

Volodine, George A. (person)

Theatre Ballet-Taipei (corporateBody)

Bevan, Donald (person)

Don Bevan, American playwright, was also a caricaturist for Sardi's restaurant in New York City. From the description of Caricature of Mayor John Lindsay, 1967. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 700069629 ...

Moscow Ballet (corporateBody)

Kaye, Diane Leslee (person)

Di Donato, Petro, 1911- (person)

Dennison, Carol (person)

Davidson, David (person)

Epithet: Captain Deputy Commissary-Gen Bombay Army British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000410.0x000074 ...

Mieskowski, Jozia (person)

Marmein, Phyllis (person)

Dwyer, James (person)

Epithet: parish priest of Achill British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000752.0x000203 ...

Youngstown Symphony Ballet Guild (corporateBody)

Koner, Pauline (person)

Pauline Koner, one of America’s foremost modern dance choreographers and performers, was born in New York on June 26, 1912 to Russian immigrants Samuel and Ida Ginsberg Koner. Unlike most American modern dancers, she did not trace her artistic beginnings to Isadora Duncan or Ruth St. Denis. In fact, she was already an established figure in the modern dance movement when she affiliated with the Humphrey-Limón Dance Company in 1946. Yet this was not the style in which she initially tr...

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (corporateBody)

Rossellat, Robert (person)

Who's Who in the Theatre (corporateBody)

New York City Ballet (corporateBody)

The New York City Ballet is the brainchild of Lincoln Kirstein, who envisioned an American Ballet of young native dancers, trained and schooled to perform new, modern repertory. The company now performs 23 weeks of the year under the direction of Peter Martins. For further information see From the guide to the New York City Ballet records, 1934-1976, (The New York Public Library. Jerome Robbins Dance Division.) The New York City Ballet ...

Russian Nobility Ball. (corporateBody)

Sylvester, Charles L. (person)

Leon, Barry (person)

Simone, Kirsten (person)

Leningrad Theatre Museum. (corporateBody)

Kastendieck, Miles (person)

Katz, Tracy (person)

Martin, David (person)

Epithet: Professor British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000210.0x0003c0 J.H. Sherman was a resident of Carthage, Illinois. From the guide to the The origin of Mormonism and reminiscences of the Mormons in Illinois, 1886, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) Epithet: auctioneer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001192.0x0003...

Renoir, Jean, 1894-1979 (person)

Renoir was born in Paris, France, Sept. 15, 1894; son of painter Auguste Renoir; became citizen of US, 1946, while retaining French citizenship; educated at Collége de Sainte-Croix, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Ecole Sainte-Marie de Monceau, Ecole Massina, Nice; graduated University of Aix-en-Provence with a degree in math and philosophy,1913; served in French cavalry, 1914-15; transferred to French Flying Corps, 1916; worked as potter and ceramicist, 1920-23; directed first film, La Fille de le̕au, 1924...

Ballet Arts Boulder (corporateBody)

Prinz, John (person)

Israel Classical Ballet (corporateBody)

Farrell, Suzanne, 1945- (person)

Heritage, Roma (person)

Craft, Robert (person)

Epithet: conductor and writer on music British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000265.0x0001e6 ...

Jacobson, Leonid (person)

Horst, Wayne G. (person)

Hoffman, Wilfrid (person)

Villela, Janet (person)

Tampa Ballet (corporateBody)

Marty, Jean-Pierre. (person)

Ballet El Paso (corporateBody)

Frieda Levine (person)

Bingel, Olga Victoria (person)

Castelli, Bruce (person)

Clowers Memorial Hall (corporateBody)

Connelly, Paul (person)

Fairrie, Fiona (person)

Bolender, Todd (person)

American dancer, teacher, choreographer. From the description of Todd Bolender letters to Joel Schnee. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 84694400 Todd Bolender was born Feb. 27, 1914 in Canton, Ohio and settled in New York City in 1936 where he studied with Hanya Holm. Lincoln Kirstein and George Balanchine recruited him for their first company, the American Ballet. Kirstein asked him to join Ballet Caravan and he was a novice choreographer with Ballet Society. When New York Ci...

Federico, Ronald (person)

Amerika-Haus Berlin (corporateBody)

Organizacion de Conciertos Gérard (corporateBody)

Los Angeles Junior Ballet (corporateBody)

National Ballet of Canada (corporateBody)

West Coast Institute for Dance Criticism (corporateBody)

Gorelick, Janice (person)

Studio 52 A (person)

Greek Theatre Association (corporateBody)

Southern Methodist University. (corporateBody)

Shared governance had a short life at SMU. The concept was popular from initial research forays into its feasibility for the university in the 1960s until the death of the University Assembly in 1975. The University Assembly grew increasingly unpopular with the SMU faculty over time. From the guide to the University Assembly of Southern Methodist University records SMU 2010. 0421., 1968-1975, (Southern Methodist University Archives, DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University) ...

Radio-France (corporateBody)

Jacob Zelezny (person)

George Balanchine (person)

Théâtre Nationale de l'Opéra de Paris (corporateBody)

Limited editions club (corporateBody)

Founded in 1929 by George Macy, the Limited Editions Club published illustrated fine-press books for subscribers, in editions of 1500. Their publications tended to be classic titles, and featured the work of leadings illustrators and designers. After Macy's death in 1956, the firm remained family owned until 1970. It changed hands several times until it was sold in 1979 to its current owner, the investor Sidney Shiff. Since that time, the Limited Editions Club has become best known for lavish ar...

Cartier (Firm) (corporateBody)

Southern Illinois University (corporateBody)

International Rescue Committee (corporateBody)

Private international organization for aid to refugees. From the description of International Rescue Committee records, 1933-2009. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754871906 ...

Seymour, Lynn, 1939- (person)

Sherman, Garry (person)

Conovers, Warren (person)

E. T. A. Hoffman's (person)

Weil, Suzanne S. (person)

Grand Théâtre de Genève. Ballet (corporateBody)

Mutnikova, Natela Chachibaia (person)

Crawford, Cheryl, 1902-1986 (person)

Producer/director Cheryl Crawford (1902-1986) was a founding member of the Group Theatre in 1931, and of the Actors Studio in 1947. Born in Akron, Ohio, Crawford became involved with the Theatre Guild in the 1920s, first as secretary, later as actress and stage manager, and ultimately as casting director. With Lee Strasberg she co-directed the Group Theatre's first production, THE HOUSE OF CONNELLY, in 1931, and went on to direct and/or produce many plays in the decades ...

Weaver, William (person)

Epithet: Lieutenant; RN British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000979.0x0002fb Epithet: soldier at Tangier British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000979.0x0002fc ...

Tobias, Roy (person)

Lidström, Kerstin (person)

Woloshin, Sid (person)

Regitz, Hartman (person)

Harvey, Cynthia (person)

Beaumont Civic Ballet (corporateBody)

Finch, Tamara Tchinarova (person)

Rudolf Nureyev. (person)

Doubleday and Company, inc. (corporateBody)

Biographical Note 1906, Feb. 25 Born, Madison, N.J. 1928 A.B., Willamette University,Salem, Oreg. 1930 Clerk, Doubleday &amp; Co.'s Pennsylvania Station bookstore, New York, N.Y. 1934 ...

Tatge/Lasseur Productions (corporateBody)

Wiener Festwochen (corporateBody)

Hilbert was the director of the Wiener Festwochen (annual international festival held in Vienna) from 1959 to 1963. From 1946 to 1953 he had been head of the Austrian federal theater administration, which oversaw the Vienna State Opera. From the description of Correspondence to Alma Mahler, 1960. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155864804 ...

Itriago, Salvadore (person)

Baum, Morton, Mrs. (person)

Miller, James K. (person)

James Knute Miller was born in Tacoma, Washington, in 1946 to a military family. He traveled around the country and to Okinawa, Japan, and Verona, Italy. In 1968, he received his Bachelor's degree from Occidental College in Carmel, California. Refusing to serve in Vietnam, Miller performed service as a conscientious objector from 1970 to 1972 at University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1992, he was a probation officer for Cleveland Heights Municipal Court. Miller married Deborah Van Kleef in ...

Tschiptschin, Marina (person)

Horizon. (corporateBody)

Schoff, Thomas W. (person)

Montes, Monna (person)

Goldner, Nancy (person)

Menendez, Jolinda (person)

Lacotte, Pierre, 1932-.... (person)

Graves, Kimberly (person)

Gruenfeld, Lee. (person)

Mulford, Jay (person)

Cass, Joan. (person)

Lyle, Cynthia, 1946- (person)

Charleston Ballet (Charleston, W. Va.) (corporateBody)

Starer, Robert (person)

Swope, Martha (person)

National Ballet School (Canada) (corporateBody)

Nearhoof, Pamela (person)


Twyla Tharp Dance Foundation (corporateBody)

Sellars, J. H. (person)

National Collection of Fine Arts (U. S.) (person)

Alexandra Danilova. (person)

Warren, Vincent (person)

Beausacq, Jean de, comte (person)

Festival Dance Theatre (corporateBody)

Walker, Norman, 1892-1963 (person)

Middleton, L. M. (person)

Teatro Colón (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (corporateBody)

Berkshire Highlanders Bagpipe Band (corporateBody)

Hysell, Harvey (person)

Butler, Eric (person)

Alain Schifres (person)

Laban, Juana de, 1910-1978 (person)

Laban was born in 1910 in Austria-Hungary; was the daughter of Rudolf von Laban, the inventor of the system of Labanotation; received her master's and doctoral degrees from Yale Univ.; became director of graduate studies in theater at Baylor Univ.; was a distinguished professor at the Univ. of Wisconsin, and served on the dance faculty at UCLA before retiring; she was active in many educational and professional organizations, including the Sacred Dance Guild of America; publications include Danc...

Frederic Franklin (person)

Hurok Concerts Inc (corporateBody)

Coe, Kelvin (person)

Dance Theatre of Harlem (corporateBody)

The Dance Theatre of Harlem was founded by Arthur Mitchell in 1969. From the description of News clippings, 1969-1986. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155475988 Collecting area: Materials relating to the history of the Dance Theatre of Harlem. Will also accept other dance history materials. From the description of Repository description. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155502455 ...

Music und Arts SA Zuerich (corporateBody)

Panaieff, Michel (person)

Lyric Opera of Chicago (corporateBody)

Lyric Opera of Chicago is one of the leading opera companies in the United States. It was founded in Chicago in 1954, under the name 'Lyric Theatre of Chicago' by Carol Fox, Nicola Rescigno and Lawrence Kelly, with a season that included Maria Callas's American debut in Norma. The company was re-organized by Fox in 1956 under its present name and, after her 1981 departure, it has continued to be of one of the major opera companies in the United States. The Lyric is housed in a theater and relate...

Efimov, Nicholas (person)

Rodzianko, Vladimir (person)

Fahnestock, Karol (person)

West Side Association of Commerce. (corporateBody)

Dobrovinskaya, Sonia (person)

Strakhova, Kira (person)

Ishida, Taneo (person)

Joe Pasternak. (person)

Lawrence, Peter (person)

Rutsch, Alexander, 1916-1997 (person)

Peter Tchaikovsky (person)

Lynda Yourth. (person)

Nabokov, Dominique (person)

MacArthur Foundation. (corporateBody)

Nadelle, Robert (person)

Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers (U.S.) (corporateBody)

August Heckscher (person)

Lopokova, Lydia, 1892-1981 (person)

Russian ballerina who left Russia to dance with Diagileva's Ballets Russes. She married Randolfo Barrochi (div. 1925) and subsequently married John Maynard Keynes in 1925. She danced with various English companies and was partly responsible for the creation of English national dance companies. From the description of [Letters] / Lydia Keynes. (Smith College). WorldCat record id: 259483946 ...

Ballet Internacional de Caracas (corporateBody)

Nijinska, Bronislava, 1891-1972 (person)

Kahn, Barbara (person)

Nicolas Nabokov (person)

Southern Ballet Theatre (corporateBody)

American Center of Stanislavski Theatre Art (corporateBody)

American Dance Camp (corporateBody)

Weisbarth, Bonnie (person)

Ballets de San Juan (corporateBody)

Schorer, Ruth (person)

Lewis, Dori (person)

Davis, Richard (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 36048 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000213.0x000278 Epithet: Deputy Accountant-General, Four Courts, Dublin British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000213.0x000276 Epithet: innkeeper, of Croydon British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000213.0x00...

Cabinet Shop (corporateBody)

Conklin, William T. (person)

State senator. From the description of State senatorial papers, 1965-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155458330 ...

Joffrey Ballet (corporateBody)

Collecting area: Records created by the Joffrey Ballet, the Joffrey II, the American Ballet Center, and Robert Joffrey; also records documenting ballet repertory. From the description of Repository description. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155511433 Founded in 1956, the Joffrey Ballet is one of the premiere ballet companies in the United States. From the description of Playbills and souvenir programs, 1959-1986. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155476097 ...

Taylor, Ralph (person)

Tauritz, Frank W. (person)

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. (corporateBody)

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, a leading American film production company, was established in 1924, an amalgam of three older production companies: Metro Pictures Corporation, Goldwyn Pictures Corporation and Louis B. Mayer Pictures, and was under the corporate control of the exhibiting concern, Loew's Inc. From the guide to the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer films and personalities scrapbooks, 1920-1944, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), the ...

Seymour, Maurice (person)

Coty (corporateBody)

Ohara, Noriko (person)

Russell, Francia (person)

Wilber, Kathleen (person)

Ekstrom, Parmenia Migel (person)

Zorina, Marta (person)

Evans, Damon (person)

Opéra de Nantes et des pays de la Loire (corporateBody)

Francia Russell. (person)

Niles, Bobby (person)

Brandfield, Kitty (person)

Satimoff, Jeff (person)

Goldfinger, Eliot (person)

Greenfield, Anita (person)

Homes, Jennifer (person)

LoPinto, Jeanne (person)

Violette Verdy (person)

Curas, Steven (person)

Goethe House New York (corporateBody)

Fagen Abbel E. (person)

Poer, Bryan (person)

Time, inc. (corporateBody)

Roy E. Larsen, whose copies these dispatches were, was President of Time, Inc., 1939-1960 and Chairman of the Executive Commitee, 1960-1969. From the description of Dispatches from Time magazine correspondents: second series, 1956-1968. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 79093630 Roy E. Larsen (1899-1979) was the circulation manager of Time Magazine at its foundation in 1922 and he became the chief business manager of the company under Henry R. Luce. He w...

Dennis, Estelle (person)

Newspaper Guild of New York (corporateBody)

The Newspaper Guild of New York (Newspaper Guild, Local 3) was chartered in 1933 and led in its early years by Heywood Broun, a successful columnist for the World Telegram. Three major New York daily newspapers were organized by 1941, and in 1937 Time Magazine became the first magazine organized by the local. At first the Guild represented only the newsroom workers, but jurisdiction was expanded to include non-editorial newspaper staff and commercial workers, as well as some employees of news se...

Roberge, Giselle (person)

Reisner, Joel (person)

Guy, Michel (person)

Bradshaw, Diane (person)

Mirisch, Landia (person)

Duell, Joe (person)

Lister, Raymond. (person)

Lincoln Square Academy (corporateBody)

Hackett, Thomas (person)

Epithet: DD British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001109.0x0003ba Epithet: Reverend; vicar of Boyle British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001109.0x0003bc Epithet: of N Crawley British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001109.0x0003bb ...

Howard, Gerald (person)

Yourth, Lynda (person)

Primer Festival Internacional de Danzas (corporateBody)

Cole, Helen Chamberlain (person)

Florida Symphony Orchestra (corporateBody)

Mauriello, Janice (person)

Hennesy, Jossleyn (person)

Presles, Claude Des. (person)

Nash, Maggie O. (person)

Newman, Barbara L. (person)

Buckley, D. (David), 1969- (person)

Ballet del Teatro Lírico Nacional (corporateBody)

Intercounty Savings and Loan Association (corporateBody)

Rousseau, M. -L. (person)

Alexander, Dorothy. (person)

New York University (corporateBody)

The Class Collection documents selected student and alumni activities of New York University graduating classes from 1843-1966. Formal and informal gatherings were common, and were documented in detail by the participants. From the description of Class collection, 1843-1966. 1880-1900 (bulk). (New York University). WorldCat record id: 477254465 New York University (formerly, University of the City of New York), is an academic institution and, as such, its faculty produces ar...

Association du Ballet de la jeunnesse romande (corporateBody)

Ferguson, Ian, 1941- (person)

Tanning, Dorothea, 1910-2012 (person)

Painter; New York, N.Y. From the description of Dorothea Tanning interview, 1990 July 11 - 1990 Nov. 5. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 220207872 Tanning, Dorothea, 1910, Painter of New York, N.Y. From the description of Oral history interview with Dorothea Tanning 1990 July 11-Nov. 5. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 646400302 ...

Hazeltine, Cathy (person)

Danieli, Fred (person)

Metropolitan Opera Guild. (corporateBody)

Junior Ballet Theatre Foundation (corporateBody)

Merovitch, Alexander (person)

New Haven symphony orchestra (corporateBody)

Lindsay, John V. (person)

Epithet: Archdeacon of Lismore British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000443.0x0000c4 Title: Earl of Crawford British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000443.0x0000cf Epithet: trade union official British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000443.0x0000c6 Epithet: Colo...

Rubin, Samuel (person)

Rubére, Lisa de (person)

Lubov Egorova (person)

Stephens College (corporateBody)

Moulton, Robert D. (person)

Adler, Richard (person)

Cameron, Sandra (person)

New Zealand. Consulate General (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

McClintock, Kathleen (person)

Jones-Haywood School of Ballet (corporateBody)

David Vaughan (person)

George, Carolyn (person)

Brassel, Robert (person)

Bol'shoi teatr SSSR (corporateBody)

Phillips-Rardin, Carolyn (person)

Syracuse Ballet Theatre (corporateBody)

Baker, Josephine, 1906-1975 (person)

Josephine Baker(1906-1975) was a dancer, singer, and civil rights activist. She performed in Paris, New York, Africa, and the Middle East, and was a crusader for racial equality. She was born Freda Josephine McDonald in St. Louis, Missouri, the daughter of Eddie Carson, a musician, and Carrie Macdonald. Her parents parted when Josephine was still an infant, and her mother married Arthur Martin, which has led to some confusion about her maiden name. Very llittle is known about her childhood, exce...

Association Foyer-Handicap (corporateBody)

Russian Orthodox Church of Christ the Saviour (corporateBody)

Vreeland, Diana (person)

John Edward Heys was born in New Jersey on April 24, 1944. He moved to New York in 1967. Heys is an actor/performer who performed with numerous performance groups including the Angels of Light, the Cockettes, and Charles Ludlam's Ridiculous Theatrical Company. Heys knew and worked with numerous artists including Charles Ludlam, Ethyl Eichelberger, Jackie Curtis, Cookie Mueller, Bill Vehr, Tomata du Plenty, and Gary Indiana Heys began his career as an usher then stage man...

Powers, Helen (person)

Cleveland Center for the Arts (corporateBody)

Passerini, Albin J. (person)

University of Toronto (corporateBody)

Alexei Haieff (person)

Berkeley Ballet Theater. (corporateBody)

Kay, Lisan (person)

Leritz, Lawrence Robert (person)

United States Embassy in Belgrade (corporateBody)

Bernhard Ballet (corporateBody)

Reese, Joe (person)

Prince, Harold, 1928- (person)

Harold Prince (b. 1928), is a producer and director of theater, film and opera, but is best known for his work on Broadway musicals. Prince, who is commonly known as Hal Prince, began his career in 1948 as an assistant in the office of Broadway director and producer George Abbott. During his early years with Abbott, he made valuable connections with Robert E. Griffith, who would later become his producing partner and Ruth Mitchell, who would be his longtime assistant and production supervisor. G...

Winter, Marian Hannah, 1910-1981 (person)

Marian Hannah Summer (1910 – 15 December 1981) was an American dance historian. In the 1940s, dance historian Lincoln Kirstein solicited Winter to write for Dance Index, a magazine he headed. In contrast to Kirstein's analytical or polemical approach to history, Winter was more of an archivist. One of Summer's most influential works is "Juba and American Minstrelsy", published in 1947. The article sketches the life of Master Juba, a black American dancer active in the mid-19th century. Winter ar...

New York City Opera (corporateBody)

When-Damish, Teri (person)

Gegenschatz, Christina (person)

Hansen, Lone Wilhelm (person)

Video D (corporateBody)

Matthiasen, Niles (person)

Downing, Roger S. (person)

Fisher, Milton, 1917- (person)

Fleuriot, Robert G., Mrs. (person)

Sales, Antonio de (person)

Detroit institute of arts (corporateBody)

Art museum; Detroit, Michigan. Incorporated 1885 as Detroit Museum of Art and name changed to Detroit Institute of Arts in 1919. From the description of Detroit Institute of Arts records, 1882-1979. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122404328 Art museum; Detroit, Mich. From the description of The Rouge : the image of industry in the art of Charles Sheeler and Diego Rivera : panel discussion, 1978 Sept. 20. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122502662 ...

Hebrew Arts School (corporateBody)

Schwartz, Arnold A. (person)

Ashley, Frank (person)

Woman's National Democratic Club (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Philips Records. (corporateBody)

Kyra Nichols. (person)

Columbia Records, Inc. (corporateBody)

Since the founding of the Columbia Graphophone Company in Bridgeport, Connecticut, in the late 1880s, Columbia Records has pioneered major developments in all areas of the recording industry. Columbia Graphophone's most successful subsidiary, the Columbia Phonograph Company, distributed cylinder recordings and Edison phonographs in the Maryland, Delaware, and Washington, D.C., region. In 1902 Columbia began issuing recorded discs as well as cylinders, and in 1904 it introduced the double-sided d...

Austria. (corporateBody)

McDermott, William (person)

Wenatchee Civic Ballet (corporateBody)

Harkness Ballet (corporateBody)

Associazione teatri Emilia-Romagna (corporateBody)

Goldsman, Samuel (person)

Pluhar, Anna M. (person)

Lofaro, Jacqueline (person)

By George Society (corporateBody)

Festival international de danse de Paris (corporateBody)

Ornitz, Arthur J. (Arthur Jacob), 1916-1985 (person)

Arthur Ornitz was a well known cinematographer in the motion picture and television industries. He earned his first motion picture credit as director of the Oscar-nominated 1936 short film "Wanted: A Master", but later turned his attention to cinematography. He earned cinematography credits on a number of popular films between the late 1950s and early 1980s, including "The Goddess" (1958), "The Young Doctors" (1961), "Requiem for a Heavyweight" (1962), "A Thousand Clowns" (1965), "Charly" (1968)...

University of Missouri. (corporateBody)

Jillana (person)

Drzavna opera (Belgrade, Serbia) (corporateBody)

Lombardi, Tarky (person)

Maracci, Carmelita, 1911-1987 (person)

American dancer, choreographer, and teacher working in ballet and Spanish dance techniques. From the description of Correspondence, 1947-1978, with Agnes de Mille. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122485987 Carmelita Maracci, a dancer, choreographer and teacher, was born in Goldfield, Nevada, in 1911, the daughter of a French-German mother and a Spanish-Italian father. Her paternal grandmother came from Montevideo, Uruguay; Maracci was told by her ...

Feld, Eliot (person)

Yuan, Tina (person)

International Ballet of the Marquis de Cuevas. (corporateBody)

Young Women's Christian Association (corporateBody)

The YWCA of Washington State College was established in 1895. It provided the women of the college a place to worship, held bible classes, and located housing and employment. It also served as a social organization that participated with the YMCA of Washington State College. A popular social event in the 1910s-1930s were the conferences held at Seabeck, Washington. Topics at Seabeck focused on issues of the YWCA and the YMCA of the Pacific Northwest. During the 1940s, th...

Milenoff, George (person)

Eglevsky Ballet (corporateBody)

Metropolitan School of Ballet (corporateBody)

Frederick Ashton (person)

Janssen, Werner, 1899-1990 (person)

First performance at the Harvard Musical Association, March 25, 1966.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Quintet for ten instruments / Werner Janssen. c1968. (Franklin &amp; Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 212773543 ...

Wm. B. May Company (corporateBody)

Jerome Robbins Foundation. (corporateBody)

Russel, Francia (person)

Legat School Trust (corporateBody)

Parson, Ann (person)

Diaz, Anna (person)

Lilley, John M. (person)

Lee, Stephania (person)

Porcile, Mario (person)

The New Yorker (corporateBody)

Lincoln Kirstein (person)

Metropolitan Vocational High School (corporateBody)

Mercier, Margaret (person)

Watson, Jack M. (person)

Asow, E. H. Mueller von (Eirch Hermann). (person)

Mayor's Committee for the New York Shakespeare Festival (corporateBody)

Kehr, Dolores (person)

University of Texas at Dallas (corporateBody)

Azuma Kabuki Dancers and Musicians (corporateBody)

B. Schott's Söhne. (corporateBody)

Vzorov, Yuli (person)

Marianne Jusker-Strauss. (person)

Froman, Maximilian (person)

Karsavina, Tamara (person)

Pierre-Henry, 1924-.... (person)

Fehl, Fred (person)

Since his arrival in New York City in 1939, Viennese-born Fred Fehl has devoted his life to photographing the performing arts. A pioneer in taking candid photographs during performances with available stage lighting, Fehl has documented productions from Broadway, the New York City Opera and Ballet, and American Ballet Theater. From the guide to the Images of the New York City Opera / by Fred Fehl, ca. 1940-1980, (The New York Public Library. Music Division.) ...

Utah Civic Ballet (corporateBody)

Fiorato, Jocelyn (person)

Irina Kosmovska (person)

Sweeney, John (person)

Biographical/Historical Note Technical sergeant, United States Army; instructor, Ramgarh Training Center, India, 1942-1944. From the guide to the John Sweeney papers, 2000-2001, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Tibbets, George (person)

Denham, Sergei, 1896-1970 (person)

Sergei Denham (1896-1970) is most prominently known as the director of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. Sergei Ivanovich Denham was born Sergei Ivanovich Dokouchaiev (Docootshieff) the son of a banker. The family moved from Samara on the Volga to Moscow, and Sergei was sent to boarding school near St. Petersburg. Eventually he finished his schooling at The Moscow Commercial Institute. His education was eclectic, covering both business and the arts. He developed a particu...

Franklin, Elsa (person)

Josephine Schwarz (person)

Braden, John M., 1946- (person)

Britten, Benjamin (person)

Composed 1938. First performance at a Promenade Concert, by the British Broadcasting Co. Symphony Orchestra, London, Aug. 18, 1938, in Queen's Hall, Sir Henry J. Wood conductor, composer at the piano.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Concerto no. 1 in D major for piano and orchestra / Benjamin Britten. [1928]. (Franklin &amp; Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 43291276 Composed 1939. First performance by the Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, New...

Arnaud, Michael (person)

American Jewish Literary Foundation (corporateBody)

Bolotina, Kleopatra (person)

Hudova, Irina (person)

Vernon, Michael (person)

Briansky, Oleg (person)

Diane Bradshaw (person)

Charrat, Janine (person)

Sanger, Elliott M. (person)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED Elliott Maxwell Sanger, 1897-, was a co-founder of radio station WQXR in 1936 and executive vice-president and general manager of the station from 1936-1965. From the guide to the Elliott Maxwell Sanger Papers, 1936-1986, (Columbia University. Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ) Elliott Maxwell Sanger, 1897- , was a co-founder of radio station WQXR in 1936 and executive vice-president and general manager of the station from 1936-1965. From the d...

Lanova, Merriem (person)

Leacock, Richard (person)

Koninklijk Ballet van Vlaanderen (corporateBody)

Chappell, Camille (person)

Goldstein, Leon (person)

Schenectady Civic Ballet Company (corporateBody)

Reynolds, Nancy, 1938- (person)

Tanaquil Le Clerq (person)

Rudolph Bing. (person)

Vernici, Isabella (person)

Yale University. (corporateBody)

Hungerford, D. E. (person)

Shallette, Benjamin (person)

Messinis, Mario (person)

Lland, Michale (person)

Zina Bethune & Company (corporateBody)

Villella, Edward, 1936- (person)

Rouart, P. (person)

Daniels, Don (person)

Skelton, Thomas R. (person)

One of America's most distinguished lighting designers, Thomas Skelton (1928-1994), enjoyed a long career in which he created the lighting for many important Broadway productions, as well as landmark dance works. Born Thomas Reginald Skelton, Jr. in Maine, he developed an interest in modern dance while a student in the Theater Department at Middlebury College, Vermont. Upon graduating, he moved to New York City where he continued to pursue his interest in theater and mod...

Byron (person)

Fort Worth Ballet (corporateBody)

American Music Center (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Metcalf, Edison M. (person)

Bailey, Sally (person)

Munson, Henry Lee (person)

Harvey Officer (person)

Cumsidi, Elaine (person)

Manuel Rosenthal. (person)

Krawitz, Herman E. (person)

Bacon, Ernst (person)

Association pour la diffusion artistique et culturelle (corporateBody)

Warburg, Edward M.M. (person)

Art collectors and patrons; New York, N.Y. Edward died 1992. From the description of Edward M.M. and Mary Whelan Warburg papers, 1931-1980. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122515675 Warburg was the son of Felix M. Warburg (1871-1937) and the chairman of the American Joint Distribution Committee; he writes on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. From the description of Correspondence to Franz Werfel, 1940. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 15...

Bickmore, Rex (person)

Hunter college (corporateBody)

The Hunter College Dance Therapy Program was begun in 1971 with the support of the National Institute of Mental Health. Forming part of the Department of Health and Physical Education of Hunter College of the City University of New York it offered the first Master of Science degree in dance therapy in the United States. The program was developed by Claire Schmais, Elissa White, and Martha Davis. In 1982 a three-year dual degree program combining social work and dance therapy was started, grantin...

Phipps, Lilian (person)

Bruhn, Erik, 1928-1986 (person)

New York Public Library (corporateBody)

The New York Pubic Library purchased Arthur A. Schomburg's collection of books, pamphlets, prints and photographs in 1926 with funds from the Carnegie Corporation and housed at the 135th Street Branch Library of The New York Public Library. L. Hollingsworth Wood was appointed in 1925 by the Board of Trustees of The New York Public Library to purchase and provide guidelines for the Schomburg Collection of Negro Literature. Members of the Advisory Committee of the Arthur A. Schomburg Collection, i...

Eglevsky, Marina (person)

Marshall, Dennis (person)

Soviet Georgian Dancers. (corporateBody)

Mikhail Gabovich (person)

Northwestern university (corporateBody)

During World War II, Northwestern offered its facilities for use by the War Department. The Army, Navy, and Civil Aeronautics Administration operated eleven training programs at Northwestern in addition to the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (N.R.O.T.C.) established in 1926: the Navy V-7, Naval Reserve Midshipmen's School; the Navy V-5, Naval Aviation Prepatory Program; the Navy V-1, Accredited College Program; the Naval Training School (Radio); the Army Signal Corps Officers Training Scho...

Rodgers, Rod (person)

Norman Treigle Memorial Fund (corporateBody)

Ballet Oklahoma (corporateBody)

Ballet Concerto Company (corporateBody)

Smithsonian Institution (corporateBody)

The Smithsonian Institution was established on August 10, 1846, is a group of museums and research centers administered by the United States government. The institution is named after its founding donor, British scientist James Smithson. Originally organized as the United States National Museum.James Smithson (1765-1829), a British scientist, left his estate to the United States to found “at Washington, under the name of the Smithsonian Institution, an establishment for the increase and diffusio...

Chicago (Ill.). (corporateBody)

Valentino, 1932- (person)

Bartenieff, Irmgard (person)

Golden, Ross, 1889- (person)

Martines, Alexandra (person)

Junior Art Gallery (corporateBody)

Fendrich, R. E., Mrs. (person)

Levine, Murray, 1928- (person)

Millais, Jeffrey (person)

Music Outreach (corporateBody)

Dance Alive! (corporateBody)

Harper & Brothers (person)

Bill Martin-Viscount. (person)

Voronova, Helene (person)

Robbins, Jerome (person)

American dancer, choreographer, and ballet master. From the description of Jerome Robbins scrapbooks [microform]. 1937-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 81722948 From the description of Jerome Robbins scrapbooks. 1986-1990. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79096064 American ballet dancer and choreographer primarily associated with American Ballet Theatre in the 1940s and the New York City Ballet since 1949; also, theatrical director and choreographer whose producti...

Sociedad Pro-Arte Musical (corporateBody)

Weslow, William (person)

American heritage publishing company (corporateBody)

San Carlo Opera Ballet (corporateBody)

Fleming, Peggy, 1937- (person)

Documentary historian, Peggy Fleming, nee Margaret Mary Dougherty, grew up in Monterey, Calif., but has lived, studied, and worked in Washington, D.C., since 1959. Arriving in Washington, D.C., right after college graduation in Aug. 1959, Fleming became the secretary in the civil rights division in John F. Kennedy's Senate office for the four years that included JFK's presidential campaign and his transition to the White House. Fleming and her husband witnessed Martin Luther King, Jr.'s I have a...

Ballet du Louvre (corporateBody)

F.E. Compton Company (corporateBody)

Peabody Chamber Ballet (corporateBody)

Crayon, H. M. (person)

Sexton, Christopher G. (person)

Drew, Elizabeth H. (person)

Hubbard, Edwin L. (person)

LaFuzziovitch, Suzina (person)

Englund, Richard, 1931-1991 (person)

American dancer, choreographer, director, and teacher, Richard Englund (1931-1991), served as the leader of several small dance companies, including the pioneering regional ballet company, Birmingham Civic Ballet, as well as training companies for both American Ballet Theatre and the Joffrey Ballet. Born in Seattle, Washington, Englund studied dance with Mary Ann Wells, with whom Robert Joffrey also trained. He received a scholarship and attended Harvard University, befo...

Avedon, Michael (person)

Code, Grant (person)

Rockford College. (corporateBody)

Bresler, Marjorie (person)

Buckle, Richard (person)

Epithet: ballet critic British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000758.0x0001ca ...

Association de la presse chorégraphique (corporateBody)

Vogue (corporateBody)

Knoeller, Rudolph (person)

Tallahassee Civic Ballet (corporateBody)

Poerio, Jennifer Anne (person)

Haggin, B.H. (Bernard H.), 1900-1987 (person)

Dover Ballet Theatre Company (corporateBody)

Brill, Margaret (person)

Alonso, Alicia, 1921-.... (person)

Rogers, Frederick Rand, 1894- (person)

Le Poulailler (corporateBody)

Sulzbach, Walter, 1889-1969 (person)

Heiloms, May (person)

Connecticut College (corporateBody)

Sharp, Mathew (person)

Simmonaes, Per (person)

Charleston Civic Ballet (corporateBody)

Rizo, Marco (person)

Marco Rizo was born in Santiago, Cuba, in 1920. His father Sebastian, the principal flutist with the Santiago Symphony, provided Rizo with his early music education. In addition to playing with his father’s jazzband, Rizo studied classical music, and became an important classical pianist by the age of 16. In 1938 he moved to Havana where he joined the city’s Philharmonic as the official pianist. He then immigrated to the United States in 1940, and studied at Juilliard until 1942, wh...

Hinkson, Mary (person)

HairDo and Beauty (corporateBody)

Who's Who in American Films and Television (corporateBody)

Mocogni, Jocelyn (person)

Dallas Civic Ballet Society (corporateBody)

Festival Ballet of Rhode Island (corporateBody)

Gérard, Rolf (corporateBody)

Edward Grieg (person)

Rieti, Vittorio, 1898-1994 (person)

Commissioned by the Louisville Philharmonic Society under a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation. Composed 1953. First performance Louisville, 16 October 1954, The Louisville Orchestra, Robert Whitney conductor. Dedicated to the Louisville Orchestra.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Introduzione e gioco delle ore / Vittorio Rieti. [1953] (Franklin &amp; Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 53472383 Originally composed as Chess Serenade, suite for two pian...

Saxe, Patricia (person)

Witteried, J. E. (person)

Montana Arts Council (corporateBody)

Obolensky, Helene (person)

Helene Obolensky (born 1919) began her varied career in fashion, marketing, public relations, and publishing in Paris during the 1940s. She worked initially as a personal assistant to designer Coco Chanel and later as a magazine editor while living in France. Obolensky immigrated to the United States, where she became fashion editor for Town &amp; Country and Redbook . Drawing on her social connections, Princess Obolensky (she was married to Prince Alexander Petrovich Obolensky, a scholar of Sla...

Committee on International Exchange of Persons (corporateBody)

Stumpf, Douglas (person)

Mazo, Joe (person)

Liebermann, Rolf (person)

Epithet: Swiss composer and opera manager British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000210.0x000387 ...

Danilova, Alexandra (person)

Yodice, Robert R. (person)

Robinson, Mary Turbay (person)

Bourman, Anatloe (person)

Bryars, Gavin (person)

Designframe. (corporateBody)

Fields, Stacy (person)

Bruni, Guiseppe (person)

Balanchine Trust (corporateBody)

Sidimus, Joysanne (person)

Louis, Murray (person)

American dancer and choreographer; b. 1926. From the description of Murray Louis collection, 1948-1979. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70960212 ...

Ballet British Columbia (Dance company) (corporateBody)

Bach, Giovanni, 1892- (person)

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), composer of baroque music, organ technician, master of harpsicord, organ and violin, whose talents were largely unrecognised in his lifetime but have been celebrated ever since. From the guide to the Copy of Johann Sebastian Bach, Twenty Four Preludes and Fugues, c.1800, c.1800, (University of St Andrews) ...

Lieberman, Sidney (person)

Williams, E. Virginia (Ellen Virginia), 1914-1984 (person)

Association des ecrivains et critiques de la danse (corporateBody)

Patterson, Doris N. (person)

Mshanskaia, Ol'ga (person)

Young, Gale (person)

Neilson, Janis E. (person)

WISDOM (corporateBody)

Wisdom was a half-hour television series on the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) which aired from 1957 to 1965. The program consisted of interviews with distinguished guests in the fields of arts, sciences and politics. These interviews were conducted by a knowledgeable expert, usually known to the guest. Wisdom was a direct result of NBC's newly formed Special Projects division, which was headed by Henry Salomon. Earlier, between 1952 and 1956, NBC had broadcast half...

Poland. Ambasada (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Polish embassy in the United States. From the description of Ambasada records, 1918-1956. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754868236 ...

Kungliga Teatern (corporateBody)

Novoe Russkoe Slovo (corporateBody)

Saratoga Springs Chamber of Commerce (corporateBody)

Royal Ballet (corporateBody)

Clark, Cheryl (person)

Hendl, Walter (person)

Pianist and conductor. Director of the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY, 1964-1972. From the description of Walter Hendl papers, 1964-1972. (University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music). WorldCat record id: 30480373 ...

Halpern, Joanne (person)

Renault, Michel (person)

Silverstein, Joseph (person)

Stevens, Roger L. (person)

Oak Ridge Civic Ballet Association (corporateBody)

Zafiropulo, Ghiorgo (person)

Pan-American Association for the Festival of the New World (corporateBody)

Kares, Martha (person)

Augusta Ballet Company (corporateBody)

Slavic Review (corporateBody)

Wilson, Edward C., 1929- (person)

Fulton, Richard, 1927- (person)

Balough, Brady (person)

Princeton Ballet. (corporateBody)

Nadia Lacoste (person)

Valaire, Rosemary (person)

British Broadcasting Company (corporateBody)

The two part documentary ‘No Plan, No Peace: The inside story of Iraq’s descent into chaos’ was produced by BBC Current Affairs and broadcast on the 28th and 29th October 2007. From the guide to the BBC Documentary: ‘No Plan, No Peace’ Collection, 2007, (Middle East Centre Archive, St Antony's College, Oxford) In December 1981, BBC Radio 4 broadcast a series of 13 controversial programmes by its Religious Affairs Correspondent, Gerald Priestland, under the title Priestland's...

Schreuder, Frances (person)

Slovirh, Kathleen (person)

Mary Nick's School of Ballet (corporateBody)

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, 1931-47 (corporateBody)

Pilobolus Dance Theatre (corporateBody)

Bauman, Alice (person)

American Dance Foundation. (corporateBody)

Paolucci, Bridget R. (person)

Radio Salzburg (corporateBody)

Tagliarino, Salvatore (person)

Nijinsky, Kyra (person)

Deutsch, Emery (person)

Abott, Loretta (person)

University of Bridgeport (corporateBody)

Bennett, Dorothy (person)

Reeves, Jeanne Kaufman (person)

Foster, Eleonor (person)

Barker, John (person)

Epithet: witness of Wolley Ch viii.21 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000615.0x000382 Epithet: esquire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000615.0x000381 Epithet: Lieutenant; RN British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000742.0x00035c Epithet: Captain ...

Horwitz, Donald (person)

Macdermot, Galt (person)

St.Martins Press (corporateBody)

Connecticut Ballet Company (corporateBody)

Hopkins, William Bonner, 1823-1890 (person)

Bishar, Ruby (person)

Batizi, Irene (person)

Boosey & Hawkes Inc. (corporateBody)

Obarovich, Natasha (person)

Bernard, Alison (person)

Raher, David (person)

Queensland Department of Education (person)

Gordon, Marilyn (person)

Fracci, Carla (person)

Da Capo Press, Inc. (corporateBody)

Johannes, Brahms (person)

Mrs. Jacques Le Clercq (person)

Miller, Raya (person)

Monge, Jean (person)

Catá, Alfonso 1937-1990 (person)

John Day Company. (corporateBody)

Russian Art Treasures (corporateBody)

Lynn, Mary (person)

Capezio Inc. (corporateBody)

Slonimskii, IU (IUrii), 1902- (person)

Scavullo, Francesco 1929-.... (person)

Museum of Modern Art (New York, N. Y.) (person)

Kjellberg, Ellen (person)

Smuin, Michael (person)

Westbrook, Shirlee (person)

United States. Foreign Service (corporateBody)

Denby was a counselor of the American legation in Vienna. From the description of Correspondence to Alma Mahler, 1949. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155864674 ...

Bonkovska, Alicia (person)

Ostlere, Hilary (person)

Eugene School of Ballet (corporateBody)

Roffi, Leda (person)

Ziegfeld Book Shop (corporateBody)

Cleveland Ballet (corporateBody)

Teatro communale (Bologna, Italy) (corporateBody)

Curry, John, 1951- (person)

American Center for Students and Artists (Paris, France) (corporateBody)

TV Guide (corporateBody)

Bach, Monique (person)

Ballet School of Lincoln Square, Inc. (corporateBody)

American Celebration Theatre Series (corporateBody)

Serebrier, José (person)

Composed 1956-57. First performance Houston, 4 November 1957, Houston Symphony, Leopold Stokowski conductor. Composer received the Young Composers Award of Broadcast Music, Inc. for this work and his Quartet for Saxophones.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Sinfonia no. 1 : (en un movimiento) = (in one movement) / José Serebrier. 1956. (Franklin &amp; Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 54403301 ...

University of Chicago. (corporateBody)

Most of the records in the collection pertain to the $400,000 raised by the American Baptist Education Society in 1889-1890 in order to obtain a 600,000 grant from John D. Rockefeller for the creation of an endowment for the University of Chicago. The first volume in the inventory, Record of Pledges for the University of Chicago, contains an alphabetical numbered listing of subscribers, amounts pledged, and payments made through 1906. The subscription forms and letters (1:4-13) are numbered to c...

Jones, Richard C. (person)

Alexandre Benois. (person)

Bel Geddes, Barbara (person)

Epithet: actress British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000564.0x0001b5 ...

Oakland Festival Ballet (corporateBody)

Ballet des Jeunes (corporateBody)

Frankfurter Ballett (corporateBody)

International Center in New York (corporateBody)

Nureyev, Rudolf, 1938- (person)

Miner, John (Conductor) (person)

Franck, Daniel (person)

WBT-Radio (Charlotte, North Carolina) (corporateBody)

Ballet la Jeunesse (corporateBody)

Kravitz, Howard (person)

Stuart, Virginia (person)

Kay, Ellen (person)

Public Broadcasting Association (corporateBody)

Klausner, Bertha (person)

Hayden, Melissa (person)

Born Mildred Herman in 1923 in Toronto, Hayden was a ballerina chiefly identified with the New York City Ballet. She was married to Donald Coleman. She died August 9, 2006, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. From the guide to the Melissa Hayden papers, ca. 1930-2006., (Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) ...

Lynn Root (person)

Mark, Carl, S. (person)

Renar, Lester G. (person)

Bachrach Photographers (corporateBody)

Allerton, Berman & Dean (corporateBody)

Wall, David (person)

Bertolozzi, Joseph, 1959- (person)

Loblov, Béla (person)

Vancouver Symphony Society (corporateBody)

Tandent, Joseph A. (person)

Ballett Akademie Zürich (person)

Maryland Ballet (corporateBody)

Kirstein, Lincoln, 1907-1996 (person)

American ballet director, writer, and dance historian, 1907-1995. Lincoln Kirstein was born in Rochester, NY, educated at Harvard (B.A. 1929, M.A. 1930). He married Fidelma Cadmus, sister of artist, Paul Cadmus, in 1941 and served in the U.S. Army 1943-45. He co-founded School of American Ballet with George Balanchine and Edward M.M. Warburg in 1934. Participated in the founding and/or direction of American Ballet in 1935, Ballet Caravan 1936-41, Ballet Society in 1946, and became general direct...

Kavanagh, Kathleen (person)

National Hemophilia Foundation (corporateBody)

Schumacher, Gretchen (person)

Davidson, Joan K. (person)

Hi Enterprises (corporateBody)

Subramaniam, Venkateswarier, 1920-.... (person)

Kongelige Teater (Denmark) (corporateBody)

Tóthová, Marilena (person)

Seelingson, Linda N. (person)

Arpels, Claude (person)

Karajan, Herbet von (person)

Rocky Mountain Ballet Guild (corporateBody)

Massine, Tatiana, 1941- (person)

Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo (corporateBody)

Sergei Denham (1896-1970) was a Russian-born banker and director of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. Leonide Massine (1896-1979) was Russian dancer and choreographer and artistic director of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. From the description of Records concerning Leonide Massine, 1939-1969 (inclusive), 1942-1954 (bulk). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122557063 The Ballet Russe de Monte-Carlo was a company that existed between 1938 and 1962 under the directorship of Sergei...

Yacoubian, Hrach (person)

Jackson, Denise J., 1960- (person)

Broder, Mark (person)

Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. (corporateBody)

San Francisco Storage and Moving Company (corporateBody)

Hesburg, Theodore Martin, 1917- (person)

Ballet of Los Angeles (corporateBody)

Carles, Reginald E. (person)

Tulsa Ballet Theatre. (corporateBody)

Neliubin, Grigorii (person)

Lee, Tanya (person)

Baum, Heddy (person)

Neumeier, John, 1942-.... (person)

Gewirtz, Morton (person)

CBS Records (Firm) (corporateBody)

Le Clercq, Tanaquil (person)

Tanaquil Le Clercq was born in 1929 and began dance training at age seven with Mikhail Mordkin, and in 1941 at the School of American Ballet. She was a member of Ballet Society in 1946 and New York City Ballet in 1948 and was a featured dancer in works by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins. She was married to Balanchine from 1952-1969. While touring with New York City Ballet in 1956 she contracted polio which ended her dance career. She later became a published author with The ballet cook book...

Rafique, Chinko (person)

Francisco, Moncion (person)

Hitchins, Aubrey (person)

Themmen, Ivana Marburger (person)

Kickbush, Billy Edward (person)

Gale, Joseph, 1807-1881 (person)

Fern, Dale Edward (person)

Evans, Lee (person)

Ballet Nacional de España. (corporateBody)

Larsson, Irene (person)

De Korve, Sergei (person)

Sauvage, Léo (person)

Mason, Francis, 1935- (person)

Epithet: Rear-Admiral; KCB British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001301.0x0001e8 Epithet: Captain; Admiral (1838), KCB British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001301.0x0001e7 ...

Wolf, Joan. (person)

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Jensen, Chris, 1963- (person)

Gingrich, Arnold. (person)

Founder and publisher of Esquire magazine. From the description of Arnold Gingrich papers, 1932-1975. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34419600 Founding editor of Esquire Magazine in 1933 and its publisher beginning in 1952, Arnold Gingrich was a distinguished author, journalist, and nurturer of literary talent. Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan December 5, 1903, he graduated from the University of Michigan in 1925. He began his career writing advertis...

Bettis, Valerie, 1919-1982 (person)

American dancer and choreographer. From the guide to the Valerie Bettis collection, ca. 1941-1967, (The New York Public Library. Music Division.) Valerie Elizabeth Bettis was born on December 20, 1919, in Houston, Texas to Royal Holt and Valerie Elizabeth Bettis. Her father died when she was thirteen, and her mother later married Hugh Prather. Bettis began ballet lessons when she was ten with Rowena Smith in Houston. She also studied with Tina Flade,...

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Dance Notation Bureau (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

The Dance Notation Bureau (a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization) was founded in 1940 by Ann Hutchinson Guest, Helen Priest Rogers, Eve Gentry, and Janey Price. The DNB mission is to advance the art of dance through the use of a system of notation, creating dance scores using the symbol system called Labanotation, named for Rudolf Laban who first published the system in 1928. In 1942, choreographer Eugene Loring requested a notation score of his Billy the Kid, the first ballet recorded in the Unit...

Pacileo, Dolores, 1944- (person)

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Athens Ballet Theatre (corporateBody)

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Administrative History In 1982 Jane Muramoto produced for public broadcasting television station KQED in San Francisco, a half-hour documentary film of Kenneth Patchen's California years. Kenneth Patchen: Hurrah for Anything, conveys the personal and human side of Patchen's creativity as told by Miriam Patchen, poet Al Young, small press printer Jonathan Clark, poet and playwright James Schevill, and UCSC Special Collections libra...

Kasamon, Jutec J. (person)

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Gielgud, Maina, 1945- (person)

Merlin, Olivier, 1907-2005 (person)

Schepard, Eric (person)

D'Arcangelo, John (person)

Gotheburg Ballet (corporateBody)

Queens College (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

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Art museum; Washington, D.C. From the description of National Gallery of Art exhibition catalog, 1910. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122553233 ...

Willis, John (John A.) (person)

Epithet: MD British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000300.0x000152 Epithet: of Add MS 32658 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000300.0x000154 Editor and compiler, John Willis, was responsible for creating Dance World (1966-1979), an annual reference guide that served as the official chronicle of each year's dance season. ...

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Kendall, Elizabeth, 1947- (person)

Sobechanskaya, Ekatherina (person)

University of California (1868-1952) (corporateBody)

Administrative History During the mid-twentieth century, the American Labor Movement reached a pinnacle of power and influence within society. The Second World War required that labor be managed as a strategic resource; the high productivity of workers during the war carried over in the peace time economy, which experienced a sustained economic "boom." Unlike European labor relations, where unions play an "official" role in government, the Am...

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