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London Ballet


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London Ballet

London Ballet

London Festival Ballet

London Ballet, The

London Festival Ballet

MARKOVA, Alicia (1910 - 2004), Prima Ballerina Assoluta; Professor of Ballet and Performing Arts, College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, since 1970; President, English National (formerly London Festival) Ballet, since 1986

GREY, Beryl (Elizabeth) (born 1927), a Director, Royal Opera House, 1999–2003; Prima Ballerina, Sadler’s Wells Ballet, now Royal Ballet, 1941–57; Artistic Director, London Festival Ballet, 1968–79

ELVIN, (Violetta Prokhorova) (born 1925), ballerina; a prima ballerina of Sadler’s Wells Ballet, Royal Opera House, London (now The Royal Ballet), 1951–56; Director, Ballet Company, San Carlo Opera, Naples, 1985–87

KING, Harold Samuel (born 1949), Founder and Artistic Director, London City Ballet, 1978–96; choreographer and lecturer; special events consultant

ASHMOLE, (Harold) David (1949 - 2009), Assistant Director and Head of Boys, Images of Dance, London Studio Centre, since 2002; Senior Principal Dancer, 1984–93, Guest Artist, since 1994, Australian Ballet

SAMMONS, Albert E. (1886 - 1957), Prof. of Violin, Roy. Coll. of Music, London; Solo Violinist, at the Sir Thomas Beecham, BBC, London Symphony Philharmonic, Hallé, and Scottish orchestras and leading festivals; late leader of the London String Quartette Chamber Music Players, Russian Ballet (Berlin and Covent Garden) and late leader and soloist of Monteux’s orchestra, Dieppe; sometime member of HM’s private band

 

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British ballet company founded by Walter Gore in 1961. With Hinton as its ballerina and a repertory consisting of Gore's ballets, including The Night and the Silence, Light Fantastic, Peepshow, and Rencontre, and selected classics, such as Giselle and Act II of Swan Lake, it gave its first performance in Jul. 1961 at Hindlesham Hall near Ipswich. It appeared at the Edinburgh Festival that year and toured extensively in Britain and abroad but ceased operations in 1963.

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