The first "Bloodflames" was organized in 1947 by the young Alexander blas, a well-heeled balletomane
(and former dancer) of Greek origin possessed of a whimsy of iron.
If you're a balletomane
or an opera lover -- or what some might consider an elitist snob -- you know how difficult it can be to convince friends to go with you to a performance.
From Sarah Bernhardt, who was originally slated to premiere the part in 1894, to balletomane
Ida Rubinstein, who performed it privately in St.
If you are a balletomane
, watch for Posy," Streatfeild instructs; "dancers such as she is are not born every day" (1993, 2).
ALASTAIR MACAULAY NYT SYNDICATE IF you are a balletomane
, caring more about dancers than choreography, then the casting of John Cranko's three-act ballet Onegin (1965) brings excitement.
Recuperating, he found a different love and a new group of admirers--always something of a Renaissance man, he become a balletomane
Perriman, an author and former teacher, examines the relationship between Willa Cather and modern dance by documenting how this author was inspired to train as a leading balletomane
after Anna Pavlova's debut at the Met in 1910.
Not just for the balletomane
, Swan Lake would make a lovely early Mother's Day treat.
Bred in France by A Simoes de Almeida, Silic (Sillery - Balletomane
, by Nijinsky) began his career with Pascal Bary who saddled him to victory in the Group 3 Prix de la Jonchere in 1998.
also imports his or her own understanding of the play as a cultural artifact embedded in a critical apparatus designed to tease out the psychological and social motivations of its characters, as well as its cultural meaning or significance (Barnes 142).
Perhaps I was inching closer to the role of the dance-drunk balletomane
Her appearance in Mexico is not something that any art lover--let alone a balletomane
(what the more pretentious aficionados call themselves)--can miss and expect to maintain a clear conscience.