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Definitions

  1. The Joffrey Ballet is proud to commission these new works, being performed May 4 - 15, 2011. (Web site)
  2. The Joffrey Ballet is both a school, founded in 1952, and a dance company, founded in 1956. (Web site)
  3. The Joffrey Ballet is supported through grants and donations, which account for about 60 percent of its budget.
  4. The Joffrey Ballet is now 50 years of age.
  5. The Joffrey Ballet was the first American company to tour the former Soviet Union, and the first dance company to perform at the White House.

First Ballet

  1. In 1971 she choreographed her first ballet, Weewis, for the Joffrey Ballet.

Hartford Ballet

  1. Miss Madeux later joined the Joffrey Ballet and has been principal ballerina for the Hartford Ballet. (Web site)

Harkness Ballet

  1. His wife, Brunilda Ruiz, was a founding member and principal dancer of the Joffrey Ballet and the Harkness Ballet.

Greatest Full-Length Ballets

  1. The 2009-2010 season continues as The Joffrey Ballet welcomes back Sir Frederick Ashton’s Cinderella, regarded as one of his greatest full-length ballets.

Experimental Repertoire

  1. Noted for its experimental repertoire, the company is now called the Joffrey Ballet of Chicago.

Robert Joffrey Ballet

  1. He had renamed his company the Robert Joffrey Ballet and had already completed six national tours with no external financial assistance. (Web site)

Set

  1. This June, the Joffrey Ballet company will premiere a dance suite choreographed by Tony-nominated Donald Byrd and set to music that Lewis is writing. (Web site)

Information

  1. For more information about The Joffrey Ballet and current productions please call 312-739-0120 or visit joffrey.org.

Students

  1. The Joffrey Ballet School achieves distinction by providing superior instructors, counseling, facilities, and aesthetic direction to its students.

Costumes

  1. Millicent Hodson and Kenneth Archer have since reconstructed the piece, including sets and costumes, and set it on the Joffrey Ballet. (Web site)

York

  1. The Joffrey Ballet began as a touring company based in New York, and later had a bicoastal presence with a longstanding residency in Los Angeles. (Web site)

Daring

  1. The company's 1995 re-establishment of itself as the Joffrey Ballet of Chicago - now just the Joffrey Ballet again - was a daring if necessary move. (Web site)

Scholarship

  1. She was selected to study on scholarship with Robert Joffrey of the Joffrey Ballet for three consecutive summers.

Time

  1. The Joffrey Ballet of Chicago began planning to move into new facilities downtown in time for its 50th anniversary in 2006. (Web site)

Second Home

  1. From 1977, it performed as the Joffrey Ballet, with a second home established in Los Angeles from (1982-1992). (Web site)

City Center

  1. In 1966 the company became the City Center Joffrey Ballet and thereafter grew to international fame. (Web site)

Dance

  1. The Joffrey Academy of Dance is the official school of the Joffrey Ballet and is located in the Joffrey Tower. (Web site)

Dancers

  1. In 1973 she created a work for the Joffrey Ballet, her first for a company other than her own and her first work for dancers on point. (Web site)

National Ballet

  1. He was a leading dancer with both the National Ballet of Washington and The Joffrey Ballet before joining American Ballet Theatre as a Soloist in March 1979. (Web site)

Companies

  1. Her students included dancers from the companies of Paul Taylor, Merce Cunningham, Mark Morris, the Joffrey Ballet and many others.

Guest Artist

  1. She performed as a guest artist with American Ballet Theatre and the Joffrey Ballet. (Web site)
  2. Bujones then spent much time as a guest artist for 60 ballet companies in 33 countries, including the Joffrey Ballet. (Web site)

Years

  1. He co-founded The Joffrey Ballet with Robert Joffrey in 1956 and served as associate director for many years.
  2. Soon after, Tomasson began his professional career with The Joffrey Ballet and two years later joined The Harkness Ballet. (Web site)
  3. After eight years of performing a repertory rich in Balanchine and new works, she danced for the Joffrey Ballet for five years. (Web site)

Houston Ballet

  1. She has attended, on scholarship, such summer intensives as BalletMet, Houston Ballet, Boston Ballet, Chautauqua Ballet (apprentice), and the Joffrey Ballet.

Dance Company

  1. The Joffrey Ballet is a dance company founded in 1956. (Web site)

Dancer

  1. Their son, Michael Uthoff, met up with Jooss in 1967 when he was a dancer with the Joffrey Ballet in New York.

San Francisco Ballet

  1. Ann Reinking, who originally trained as a ballet dancer with San Francisco Ballet and the Joffrey Ballet, is a multi-talented actress, singer and dancer.
  2. His works were performed by other companies including the San Francisco Ballet, the Feld Ballet and the early Joffrey Ballet. (Web site)

Miami City Ballet

  1. Today, New York, having lost both the Joffrey Ballet and Dance Theatre of Harlem, should make certain that Miami City Ballet becomes a regular visitor.

Artistic Director

  1. After the death of Robert Joffrey in 1988, Arpino became the Artistic Director of the Joffrey Ballet and in 1995 moved the company to Chicago. (Web site)
  2. Ashley Wheater, new artistic director of the Joffrey Ballet, says he wants to keep his hand in teaching and will not give up time in the studio.
  3. He was the artistic director and co-founder of The Joffrey Ballet.

Stuttgart Ballet

  1. Coming from the Joffrey Ballet, he had been engaged as a dancer and then Resident Choreographer of the Stuttgart Ballet.

Gerald Arpino

  1. He is now most well-known for founding the Joffrey Ballet with Gerald Arpino. (Web site)
  2. Gerald Arpino, the co-founder and former artistic director of the Joffrey Ballet, has died at the age of 85.

Station Wagon

  1. Feb. 10, 2006 - Fifty years ago, Robert Joffrey and Gerald Arpino started the Joffrey Ballet with six dancers, a borrowed station wagon and a U-Haul.

Downtown Chicago

  1. In August 2008, the Joffrey Ballet moved into its first permanent home, the Joffrey Tower [1] at 10 East Randolph Street in downtown Chicago. (Web site)

Joffrey Ballet School

  1. The Joffrey Ballet School was founded in 1952 by Robert Joffrey and Gerald Arpino to develop and train professional dancers. (Web site)
  2. She created the curriculum and budget, with the Joffrey Ballet School.
  3. In more than fifty years of existence, the Joffrey Ballet School has remained on the forefront of American dance education.

School

  1. In 1986 he joined the faculty of the Joffrey Ballet School where he has been teaching for the past 20 years.
  2. Joffrey Ballet School is located in a large city, in New York, NY. The school is a private, for-profit institution. (Web site)
  3. After graduating from Bunka Gakuin high school in Tokyo, she came to New York to study at the Joffrey Ballet School. (Web site)

United States

  1. The Joffrey Ballet of Chicago is one of the premiere dance companies in the United States. (Web site)
  2. In 1979, he came to the United States, where he danced with the Joffrey Ballet for two years before joining Ballet Theater. (Web site)
  3. She joined the Zimbabwe National Ballet in 1983 and soon after came to the United States on scholarship with the Joffrey Ballet School in New York.

First Company

  1. Oklahoma City Ballet will be the first company to dance Light Rain outside of the Joffrey Ballet.

American Ballet Theatre

  1. Students have also received scholarships at the School of American Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, American Ballet Theatre and several universities.
  2. As a dancer, he performed with the Australian Ballet, the Joffrey Ballet and the American Ballet Theatre. (Web site)
  3. Dancers from the American Ballet Theatre and the Joffrey Ballet appear in over 2600 photographs and illustrate the movement. (Web site)

Ballets

  1. From the time that Uthoff created his first dance for the Joffrey Ballet in 1967, his ballets have entered the repertory of companies all over the world.

Company

  1. Tharp also worked with the Joffrey Ballet company, founded in 1957 by Robert Joffrey. (Web site)
  2. She was awarded scholarships to the School of American Ballet and the Joffrey Ballet Company.
  3. Mansur came to the United States in 1977 and began work as a teacher at the Joffrey Ballet Company and School.

Principal Dancer

  1. She stayed with the company until 1958, when she left to become a principal dancer and ballet mistress at the Joffrey Ballet. (Web site)
  2. He then moved to America, where he danced with the Joffrey Ballet and as a Principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre before retiring as a dancer in 1990.
  3. She performed as a soloist and principal Dancer with the Joffrey Ballet in New York in the 1970's. (Web site)

Chicago

  1. In October 1995, Beirens joined The Joffrey Ballet of Chicago, under the direction of Gerald Arpino, as a principal dancer.
  2. CHICAGO - Gerald Arpino, who co-founded the Joffrey Ballet and oversaw its move from New York to Chicago, has died.
  3. The city is home to the Lyric Opera of Chicago, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Joffrey Ballet, and several modern and jazz dance troupes. (Web site)

Joffrey

  1. Joffrey started again, building up a new company that made its debut in 1965 as the Joffrey Ballet. (Web site)
  2. He danced with Joffrey II before joining the Joffrey Ballet, where he performed principal roles in over 70 ballets, and toured throughout the world. (Web site)
  3. In 1976 the City Center stopped supporting The Joffrey, which then changed its name back to simply The Joffrey Ballet. (Web site)

Joffrey Ballet

  1. Never deserting the ballet, he continued to choreograph and stage productions for both the Joffrey Ballet and the New York City Ballet into the 1970s. (Web site)
  2. Joffrey Ballet: Chicago - The company began with six dancers who toured the country in a station wagon. (Web site)
  3. In 1973, Tharp created a dance titled "Deuce Coupe" for The Joffrey Ballet, which is considered to be the first ever "cross-over" ballet. (Web site)

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