In Paris, creates Aubade (Poulenc)  for company formed by Vera Nemtchinova. — In London, choreographs several numbers (to music by Berners, Sauguet, and others) for Charles B. Cochran’s 1930 Revue . — In Copenhagen, as guest ballet master of Royal Danish Ballet for five months, stages and rechoreographs six ballets by Fokine and Massine [101-106] and presents two all-Balanchine programs.
Returning to London, gathers small company sometimes billed as '16 Delightful Balanchine Girls 16' to perform numbers he creates for Sir Oswald Stoll's Variety Shows , to music by Liszt, Glinka, Mendelssohn, Rimsky-Korsakov, and others. ― At same time, stages dances for Charles B.Cochran's 1931 Revue . ― In Paris makes ballets for production of Offenbach's comic opera Orphée aux Enfers  with group of dancers called Les Ballets Russes de Georges Balanchine. René Blum invites Balanchine to become ballet master of a new company to be based in Monte Carlo.
While organizing and rehearsing first season of Ballets Russes de Monte-Carlo, choreographs ballets for eighteen opera productions of the Opéra de Monte-Carlo [111-128]. ― For the new company creates four ballets, Cotillon (Chabrier), La Concurrence (Auric), Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (Richard Strauss), and Suite de Danses (Glinka) [129-132]. ― Disagreements over policy with Blum's partner, Colonel Vasily de Basîl, lead to his departure from company.
In Paris, forms Les Ballets 1933 with Boris Kochno. ― For brief seasons in Paris and London, creates completely new repertory of six works [134-139]; four are to be included in repertories of his future companies: Mozartiana (his first major work to Tchaikovsky), Les Songes (Milhaud), Les Sept Péchés Capitaux (The Seven Deadly Sins, Weill/Brecht), and L'Errante (Schubert). ― The others are Fastes (Sauguet) and Les Valses de Beethoven. ― Les Ballets 1933 disbands. ― Lincoln Kirstein meets Balanchine in London and invites him to the United States to establish a ballet school and company. ― He accepts, canceling second engagement with Royal Danish Ballet. ― On October 17, Balanchine arrives in New York with Dimitriev.