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The Oxford Dictionary of Dance

Debra Craine,

Judith Mackrell

A group founded in London in 1930 to advance the development of British ballet by staging productions and nurturing the talents of UK dancers and choreographers. The brainchild of Haskell and Richardson, it provided a platform for such key British choreographers as Ashton, de Valois, and Tudor. Its first subscription performance was on ... ...

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