Tag Archives: George Balanchine

The Master’s Muse by Varley O’Connor

I set aside April to read several books with ballet as a theme.  With this, my third book, I delve into the world of George Balanchine, the “master” of dancer and famed choreographer of the New York City Ballet.  The … Continue reading

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Prodigal Son by Edward Villella

For those of you who aren’t aware, my son aspires to be a professional ballet dancer.  He currently lives away from home much of the year to train, and as a parent, I try to learn as much about the … Continue reading

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