- ballet + master (Wiktionary)
“At dinner, Peter Martins, the balletmaster of the troupe, came over to check on one of his top dancers and her mystery date.”
“It was said then that the balletmaster found the result disappointing—"dancing matchsticks," in his view.”
“(The film's best line comes when Madame Mao watches a rehearsal of a classical piece and, when it's finished, turns to the balletmaster and says, "Where are the guns?")”
“For Ms. Kistler, as for many of his dancers, Balanchine was not just their teacher, their balletmaster, he was the best father they ever had, frequently the only father.”
“While George Balanchine (1904-1983), the witty and visionary 20th-century balletmaster, worked to keep ballet a living, contemporary art, Tchaikovsky's 1877 "Swan Lake" continued to hold sway with audiences, its popularity unbounded.”
“Picq, balletmaster at the Russian Court, commanded the opposing band.”
“Vincent Cassell, the French actor who co-stars in Black Swan as a George Balenchine-style balletmaster, told the Brooklyn-born Aronofsky he has the sensibilities and style of a European rather an American director, something that Aronfsky takes as a compliment and repeats with pride.”
“On February 26, 1938 her contract as balletmaster was renewed for one year, but following Hitler’s entry into Austria on March 11, 1938, the contract was cancelled as part of the “Cleansing Operation” that ousted all Jews from official positions.”
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