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 (tôl′chēf′), Maria 1925-2013.
American ballerina who danced with the New York City Ballet (1948-1960 and 1963-1965) and founded the Chicago City Ballet in 1980.
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Noun1.Tallchief - United States ballerina who promoted American ballet through tours and television appearances (born in 1925)Tallchief - United States ballerina who promoted American ballet through tours and television appearances (born in 1925)
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She was the primary contact for three Girl Scout camps--Wah-Shah-She, Tallchief, and the Day Camps of Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma.
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Maria Tallchief returns from a tour with NYCB, 1953.
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The book will be illustrated by Alexandra Boiger, the artist behind children's books like "Max and Marla" and "When Jackie Saved Grand Central," and will feature the stories of characters like Helen Keller, Maria Tallchief, Harriet Tubman, Sally Ride, Ruby Bridges and even more current female heroes like Sonia Sotomayor and Oprah Winfrey.
The distinguished Firebirds in ballet history are Tamara Karsavina (1910, Paris); Maria Tallchief (1949, New York City Ballet); Margot Fonteyn (1954, London); and Gelsey Kirkland (1970, New York City Ballet).
She had married the much older Balanchine in 1952, at age 22, and was the last of his four wives, following Tamara Geva, Alexandra Danilova, with whom he lived but never married, Vera Zorina and Maria Tallchief.
Gertrude Stein and Maria Tallchief would be right at the top of my guest list .
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376 (1896), and ICRA); Alex Tallchief Skibine, Constitutionalism, Federal Common Law, and the Inherent Powers of Indian Tribes, Am.
One of the more interesting collections of videos included are a series of thirty-six Master-classes provided by the George Balanchine Foundation, in which ballet greats such as Allegra Kent and Maria Tallchief can be observed teaching Balanchine's choreography of particular roles to younger dancers.