Collection Items

  • Article
    Le Festin (suite of dances) Article. Music by Aleksandr Glazunov, Anton Arensky, Modest Mussorgsky, Erik Satie, Léo Delibes, and Nikolas Tcherepnin; choreography by George Balanchine, Michel Fokine, and others; premiere 18 February 1925, Nouvelle Salle de Musique, Monte Carlo. [This divertissement, a pastiche of dances from many ballets, premiered in 1909. It was performed during the seasons of 1910; 1912; 1914; 1918; and 1920—often with different combinations of dances....
    • Contributor: Glazunov, Aleksandr - Delibes, Léo - Arensky, Anton - Mussorgsky, Modest - Satie, Erik - Tcherepnin, Nikolas - Balanchine, George - Fokine, Michel
    • Date: 1925-02-18
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    L' Assemblée (suite of dances) Article. NOTE: there are no documents in the collections pertaining to this.
    • Contributor: Gounod, Charles - Liadov, Anatoly - Scriabin, Alexander - Auric, Georges - Rubinstein, Anton - Balanchine, George
    • Date: 1925-03-07
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    Barabau (ballet in 1 act with chorus) Article. Music and libretto by Vittorio Rieti; sets and costumes by Maurice Utrillo; choreography by George Balanchine; premiere 11 December 1925, Coliseum Theatre, London.
    • Contributor: Rieti, Vittorio - Utrillo, Maurice - Balanchine, George
    • Date: 1925-12-11
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    Romeo and Juliet (ballet in 2 parts) Article. Music by Constant Lambert; sets and costumes by Max Ernst and Joan Miró; choreography by Bronislava Nijinska, with an entr’acte by George Balanchine; premiere on 4 May 1926, Théâtre de Monte-Carlo, Monte Carlo
    • Contributor: Lambert, Constant - Ernst, Max - Miró, Joan - Nijinska, Bronislava - Balanchine, George
    • Date: 1926-05-04
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    La Pastorale (ballet) Article. Music by Georges Auric; libretto by Boris Kochno; sets, costumes, and curtain by Pedro Pruna; choreography by George Balanchine; premiere on 29 May 1926, Théâtre Sarah-Bernhardt, Paris.
    • Contributor: Auric, Georges - Kochno, Boris - Pruna, Pedro - Balanchine, George
    • Date: 1926-05-29
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    Jack-in-the-Box (suite of dances) Article. Music by Erik Satie; sets and costumes by André Derain; choreography by George Balanchine; premiere on 3 June 1926, Théâtre Sarah-Bernhardt, Paris.
    • Contributor: Satie, Erik - Derain, André - Balanchine, George
    • Date: 1926-06-03
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    The Triumph of Neptune (pantomimic ballet in 12 tableaux) Article. Music by Lord Berners; libretto by Sacheverell Sitwell; sets adapted by Prince Alexander Schervashidze after George and Robert Cruikshank, Tofts, Honigold, and Webb; costumes by Pedro Pruna; choreography by George Balanchine; premiere on 3 December 1926, Lyceum Theatre, London.
    • Contributor: Berners, Lord - Sitwell, Sacheverell - Schervashidze, Prince Alexander - Cruikshank, George - Cruikshank, Robert - Tofts - Hornigold - Webb - Pruna, Pedro - Balanchine, George
    • Date: 1926-12-03
  • Article
    La Chatte (ballet in 1 act) Article. Music by Henri Sauger; libretto by Sobeka [Boris Kochno], after an Aesop fable; sets and costumes by Naum Gabo and Anton Pevsner; choreography by George Balanchine; premiere on 30 April 1927, Théâtre de Monte-Carlo, Monte Carlo.
    • Contributor: Sauger, Henri - Sobeka [Kochno, Boris] - Gabo, Naum - Pevsner, Anton - Balanchine, George
    • Date: 1927-04-30
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    Apollon Musagète (ballet in 2 tableaux) Article. Music by Igor Stravinsky; sets and costumes by André Bauchant; choreography by George Balanchine; premiere on 12 June 1928, Théâtre Sarah-Bernhardt, Paris. [In 1929 Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel designed new costumes.]
    • Contributor: Stravinsky, Igor - Balanchine, George - Bauchant, André - Chanel, Gabrielle [Coco]
    • Date: 1928-06-12
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    The Gods Go A-Begging (ballet) Article. NOTE: there are no documents in the collections pertaining to this.
    • Contributor: Handel, George Frederic - Beecham, Thomas - Sobeka [Kochno, Boris] - Bakst, Léon - Gris, Juan - Balanchine, George
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    Le Bal (ballet in 2 tableaux) Article. Music by Vittorio Rieti; libretto by Boris Kochno, after Count Vladimir Sologub; sets and costumes by Giorgio de’Chirico; choreography by George Balanchine; premiere on 7 May 1929, Théâtre de Monte-Carlo, Monte Carlo.
    • Contributor: Rieti, Vittorio - Kochno, Boris - Balanchine, George
    • Date: 1929-05-07
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    Les Fils Prodigue (Prodigal Son) (ballet in 3 tableaux) Article. NOTE: there are no documents in the collections pertaining to this.
    • Contributor: Prokofiev, Sergei - Kochno, Boris - Rouault, Georges - Balanchine, George
    • Date: 1929-05-21