Dame Alicia Markova


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Noun1.Dame Alicia Markova - English ballet dancer (born in 1910)Dame Alicia Markova - English ballet dancer (born in 1910)
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The garment that adorned ballet legend Dame Alicia Markova during Swan Lake was the star lot at Fieldings Auctioneers' Stourbridge sale last week, realising PS2,600.
The very tutu that was wrapped around the slender waist of ballet legend Dame Alicia Markova during Swan Lake was the star lot at Fieldings Auctioneers' Stourbridge sale on Saturday, realising a staggering PS2,600.
Anatole Chujoy introduces Dame Alicia Markova (1910-2004) to Dance Magazine readers in the November 1938 cover feature "America Meets a New Ballerina in Alicia Markova.
Dame Alicia Markova (1 December 1910 - 2 December 2004) was an English ballerina and a choreographer, director and teacher of classical ballet.
Highlights include a Dame Alicia Markova tutu and headdress from the 1930s, Royal Shakespeare Company costumes and a scale wooden model of Newcastle quayside when the site was used for medieval plays.
In 1952, she replaced the great Dame Alicia Markova, who had strained an ankle, in the premiere of Sir Frederick Ashton's Vision of Marguerite.
Suddenly," says nonegenarian Dame Alicia Markova, "it's like something opens, and I see everything as it happened then.
A couple of years later she auditioned for Dame Alicia Markova, then director of the Metropolitan Opera Ballet, who hired her in 1963.