I don't know if the dancers really know how hard the ballet masters
work to be able to make sure the schedules fit the dancers' needs and give them ample time to sink their teeth into a new ballet.
His teachings have influenced generations of dancers, teachers, choreographers, ballet masters
, and artistic directors.
When Jennifer Tinsley of the first cast became indisposed, the ballet masters
asked Pazcoguin to do a stage rehearsal with Seth Orza.
Perhaps no one works more intimately with the corps than the ballet masters
The intricacy of ensemble movement and gesture, perfectly demonstrated by Petrouchka and The Firebird, challenge not only dance notation but even the memories of ballet masters
are the backbone of the ballet world, but they don't get much credit for the grinding work they do.
McNeil Lowry about individuals whom ballet masters
like himself "already know that this someday will be an important dancer" (The New Yorker, September 12, 1983).
The decision not to renew the contract, said Ferrer, was the result of "the unanimous collective judgment of the entire artistic staff, including the ballet masters
and artistic director.
Smith says the study also suggests that promoting positive relationships among dancers, ballet masters
and directors just might help lower injury rates as well.
Others on the short list included Martin Fredmann, director of the Colorado Ballet, and European-based ballet masters
Robert Denvers, Jonas Kage and Jean-Christophe Maillot.
And after 1917 many Russian dancers, teachers, and ballet masters
came to the West, among them Nicholas Sergeyev.
The Russian brain trust that Holmes has in place as ballet masters
in Boston--Tatiana Legat, Tatiana Terekhova, and Sergei Berejnoi, all graduates of the Vaganova School and Kirov veterans--also helped teach the work to the Boston dancers and later to ABT.