Definition of Balanchine

1. Noun. United States dancer and choreographer (born in Russia) noted for his abstract and formal works (1904-1983).




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Literary usage of Balanchine

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Read & Understand Celebrating Diversity Grades 4-6 by Delana Heidrich, Kathleen Simpson, Tekla N. White (2000)
"It was during this time that she met George Balanchine. Balanchine was a leader in American ballet. He was one of this country's most creative ..."

2. The Best Plays by Burns Mantle, Louis Kronenberger (1899)
"A repertory of about thirty productions started with "Poker Game," by Balanchine, with Stravinsky music; "Labyrinth" by Leonide Massine and Salvador Dali ..."

3. Handbook of Reference Sources and Services for Small and Medium-Sized Libraries by Margaret I. Nicholas (1994)
"This guide is not comprehensive, but it offers a great deal of useful information on dance. J3. 101 Stories of the Great Ballets. George Balanchine. ..."

4. Handbook of Reference Sources and Services for Small and Medium-Sized Libraries by Margaret I. Nicholas (1996)
"This guide is not comprehensive, but it offers a great deal of useful information on dance. J3. 101 Stories of the Great Ballets. George Balanchine. ..."

5. Adventure Guide to the Champlain & Hudson River Valleys by Patricia Foulke, Robert Foulke (2003)
"Photographs of some of the great ballet personalities, such as George Balanchine and Katherine Dunham, are accompanied by a written commentary. ..."

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