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 Post subject: Blasis/Cecchetti Event - Paris
PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2006 6:44 am 
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The first conference ever held to celebrate the teachings of Carlo Blasis and Enrico Cecchetti will take place at Paris next week.

The two-day event is open to the public, free of charge, and is held under the auspices of the City of Paris, the CNR and the CNSM, and with the collaboration of English National Ballet School.

Speakers:

Salvatore Rotolo, art historian (Monday morning, Espace Marceau)

Flavia Pappacena, Professor, National Academy of Dance, Rome (Monday morning, Espace Marceau)

Richard Glasstone, Senior Examiner, Cecchetti Society (Monday afternoon, Espace Marceau)

Professor Glasstone will also give an open master class on Tuesday morning in the Cecchetti method, at the CNR great auditorium.

VENUES

Monday 16th October from 10 to approximately 4.30 (with a break for lunch from about 1 to 2)

at
Espace Marceau
17, rue René Boulanger, 75010 Paris

AND

Tuesday 17th October 2006 from 11 am to 13 hours (master class) at
Conservatoire national de région de Paris
14, rue de Madrid, 75008 Paris


The Monday morning conferences will be illustrated by three dancers: Mlle. Enny Bogianckino and M. Andrea Colaianni both of Rome, and M. Pier-Paolo Gobbo of Bologna, while Professor Glasstone's conference and classes will be illustrated by Miss Ruth Brill and Mr. Benjamin Griffiths, thanks to the kind assistance of English National Ballet School.


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Thank you KANTER for alerting us to this event.

In a way, it seems appropriate for the city of Paris to be a sponsor, if for no other reason than to honor the memory of Olga Preobrajenskaya, who taught technique classes for so many years at Studio Wacker, with all she had learned from Enrico Cecchetti.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2006 2:27 am 
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Here is a time-line.

It's in French, but perfectly understandable.


Carlo Blasis

enseigna à
Giovanni Lepri

qui fut le professeur du père de Enrico Cecchetti, et qui enseigna à Florence en 1864 à

Enrico Cecchetti

qui enseigna entr’autres à

Nikolai et Serguei Legat, Pavlova, Nijinsky, Karsavina, Fokine, Agrippina Vaganova
Adolph Bolm, Mikhail Oboukhoff, Anatole Oboukhoff, Ninette de Valois, Julie Sedova, Alexander Gorsky, Alexandra Danilova, Alicia Markova, Anton Dolin,
Preobrajenska, Kchessinskaya et Egorova
Vincenzo Celli, Margaret Craske
Serge Lifar


En 1918, Cecchetti ouvrit son

London Ballet School

où il enseigna à tous les grands danseurs de l’époque.

Avant de rentrer en Italie en 1923, il a donné à cinq anglaises son certificat personnel d’enseignement

Margaret Craske, Mary Skeaping,
Derra de Moroda, Ninette de Valois and Lucie Saronova.

En 1922, en Angleterre, la Cecchetti Society fut fondée par

Stanislas Idzikowski, Cyril Beaumont,
Margaret Craske, Marie Rambert, Derra de Moroda.





Frenchmen will recall that not only Preobrajenska, but also Cecchetti's students Kchessinskaya and Egorova, taught in France for over forty years, while Serge Lifar was head of the Opera for almost twenty years.

And I've certainly forgotten several names.

Here is another time-line





ENRICO CECCHETTI
1850-1928


enseigna à

Mikhail Oboukhoff
1880-1914

qui enseigna à

Vladimir Ponomarev

qui enseigna à

Alexander Pushkin

Cecchetti enseigna aussi à

Agrippina Vaganova

qui, elle, enseigna juste après la Révolution à Alexander Pushkin et à


Vera Volkova


auprès de l’Ecole de ballet russe de Achim Volynskii et Nikolai Legat


***


VERA VOLKOVA

était le professeur principal de

Erik Bruhn

et enseigna à

Rudolf Nureyev

lorsque ce dernier vint au Danemark

Vera Volkova

était aussi le principal professeur de


Margot Fonteyn

partenaire par la suite de Nureyv. Fonteyn attribua à l’enseignement de Vera Volkova le secret de son art.


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