Antony Tudor

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Noun1.Antony Tudor - United States dancer and choreographer (born in England) (1909-1987)
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The evening also includes Antony Tudor's The Leaves Are Fading, plus dancers Jonathan Goddard and Jason Kittelberger in works like Roy Assafs Six Years Later and a premiere by Ivan Perez.
Deliberately small and exclusive, it has trained greats such as choreographers Frederick Ashton, Antony Tudor and Christopher Bruce.
Denis in her dance A Tagore Poem, Mark Morris in Striptease, Agnes de Mille's cowboy ballet boots from Rodeo, Antony Tudor's Dark Elegies notes and Martha Graham on film in Lamentation.
Even in 2001,by which time she was afflicted by Alzheimer's Disease, she helped reconstruct Antony Tudor's 1934 ballet The Planets, theUS researcher Muriel Topaz noting that hearing the music unlocked the dancer's physical memories of choreography to unexpected and valuable effect.
From Fokine to Massine and on to Mary Wigman, Antony Tudor, Martha Graham, Merce Cunningham and Pina Bausch it was the choreographer who was at the forefront of huge changes in the arts.
This became la grande jette, or great leap, in her career, where she had the opportunity to dance and interpret the roles in the great romantic and classic works alongside Mikhail Fokine, George Balanchine, Leonide Massine, Bronislava Nijinska, Antony Tudor, Jerome Robbins, and Agnes de Mille.
Antony Tudor (3.30) beat Super Quark by six and a half lengths last time, and is a tentative selection on 2lb worse terms for a very tricky event.
This partially explains the inclusion of contemporary Swedish dancers performing Antony Tudor's work.