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Articles with keyword "Dance"

Balanchine rehearses with Suzanne Farrell.

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George Balanchine and the United States: An Artist in Love with His Adopted Country

George Balanchine adored the United States, especially all those dancers from Texas or wherever

Dancers at the Spotted Cat

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What It Means That We Are Lindy Hopping Again

Yes, the younger generation loves that old time jazz, but why?

Drawing of Isadora Duncan

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Dancing for One Hundred Years at the Peabody Institute

The Peabody celebrates a tradition of innovation.

Sono Osato

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The Original Miss Turnstiles

Provocative casting in On the Town.

Carlota Santana dancing

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Flamenco Family Portrait

How New York became a hub for Spanish dance.

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The Dance Master

Videos, photographs, and manuscripts document the legacy of choreographer Jerome Robbins.

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Muscle Memory

The choreography of Ulysses Dove lives on in New Orleans.

Image of choreographer Jerome Robbins rehearsing dancers.

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Dancing American

Jerome Robbins built a new style from classical and modern parts.

Four Acrobats, c. 1860.

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Four Acrobats

Four Acrobats, the mid nineteenth-century Indian miniature, was once part of an ordered series of paintings, each of which corresponded to one of the melodic modes—or rāga—of classical Indian music.