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Opera in Three Acts and Four Scenes by Richard Wagner ACT I VENUSBERG BALLET
Richard Wagner
George Balanchine
January 21, 1932, Opéra de Monte-Carlo. Danced by Ballets [Russes] de Monte-Carlo. Conductor: Gabriel Grovlez
Valentina Lanina [Blinova], Léon Woizikowsky, 14 women, 7 men
Performance Type
Ballet for Opera
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Note
As with his opera choreography for Diaghilev, because of such variables as new scenery and different numbers of people, while he was ballet master for the Blum-de Basil company [later Les Ballets Russes de Monte-Carlo] in 1932, Balanchine rechoreographed all the operas carried over from earlier seasons as well as the operas receiving their premieres.
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Choreography acknowledged by Balanchine
Opera in Four Acts and Six Scenes by Jules Massenet ACT III BALLET
Jules Massenet
George Balanchine
March 7, 1925, Opéra de Monte-Carlo. Danced by Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes. Conductor: Marc-César Scotto
Lubov Tchernicheva, George Balanchine, Thadée Slavinsky, 14 women, 8 men
Performance Type
Ballet for Opera
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