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Béjart

(French beʒar)
n
(Biography) Maurice (mɔris). 1927–2007 French dancer and choreographer. His choreography is characterized by a combination of classic and modern dance and acrobatics
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Seeta said: "The Rite of Spring has been choreographed by many different artists and companies over the years, Nijinsky, Pina Bausch, Maurice Bejart to name a few.
The Italian native was only in her second year at Rudra Bejart School in Lausanne, Switzerland, when she took class with the Graham company while they were on tour.
Abruptly leaving Berlin in 2012 for New York and becoming a principal dancer with the American Ballet Theater, she returned two years later with an acclaimed performance of Maurice Bejart's iconic Bolero.
Aouni worked for a period of 9 years with world-famous choreographer Maurice Bejart, with whom he first visited Egypt in the 1990s.
She is also the muse of famous artists who have created masterpieces exclusively for her, such as choreographers Maurice Bejart (La Mort Subite) and Pina Bausch (Weill Revue), as well as the composer Andrew Lloyd Webber (for the musical Cats, where she played the original Viennese).
New York, NY, November 23, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Kultur is proud to announce the DVD release of Maurice Bejart's The Nutcracker with the Bejart Ballet Lausanne available December 17th.
This particular narrative, one that interprets Moliere's plays through what can only be subjective tales about Moliere's deep but waning feelings for his long-time companion Madeleine Bejart and tortured ones for Armande Bejart, dominates more than half the book.
The Bejart Ballet Company, who are celebrating their 25th anniversary, are sure to enchant you this Christmas with a magical array of performances in their home-town Lausanne.
Of the three programs the Parisians performed, the one with the weakest choreography was the first, a tribute to three 20th century French choreographers: Serge Lifar, Roland Petit, and Maurice Bejart.
A contributor of the noted international album Playing for Change, he has performed with the Switzerland-based contemporary dance troupe Bejart ballet.