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Opener
Opener
The Development of American Ballet And how the Soviet Union made that
The Development of American Ballet And how the Soviet Union made that
The Development of American Ballet And how the Soviet Union made that
The Development of American Ballet And how the Soviet Union made that
Diaghilevs Ballet Russe The Preeminent Russian Ballet Company
Diaghilevs Ballet Russe The Preeminent Russian Ballet Company
Diaghilevs Ballet Russes
Diaghilevs Ballet Russes
The Rite of Spring
The Rite of Spring
Rite of Spring Analysis
Rite of Spring Analysis
The Rite of Spring
The Rite of Spring
George Balanchine
George Balanchine
Stars and Stripes
Stars and Stripes
Mikhail Baryshnikov
Mikhail Baryshnikov
Baryshnikov Scene from White Nights
Baryshnikov Scene from White Nights
Demonstrate your knowledge of Baryshnikov
Demonstrate your knowledge of Baryshnikov
1) What ballet company was the preeminent ballet company of first
1) What ballet company was the preeminent ballet company of first

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Agenda

Things to Get: Paper from the front of the room (if there is paper ? ) Things to Do: Opener: Review of Modern Dance Class work: Ballet Russe Balanchine Baryshnikov Exit Slip: Review of Modern Ballet

2 Opener

Opener

1) Name the artist and art movement for the image on the right. 2) What jazz composer is famous for writings songs for the skills of the individuals in his band? 3) What is the storyline of Alvin Aileys Revelations? 4) What were the techniques created by Martha Graham for Modern dance. Hint: hands, feet, torso, costumes, hair 5) What style of dance is seen in the clip shown? Why? Support your answer with evidence from question one.

http://youtu.be/oGY-8z3ytvQ

3 The Development of American Ballet And how the Soviet Union made that

The Development of American Ballet And how the Soviet Union made that

possible ?

Lets start with a review

4 The Development of American Ballet And how the Soviet Union made that

The Development of American Ballet And how the Soviet Union made that

possible ?

Public Ballets in Russia were staged as early as 1759 Significant ballet schools were the Bolshoi, Maryinsky, St. Petersburg, and Moscow Maryinsky Theater, under Marius Petipa, created the core of Russian Ballet (Swan Lake, the Nutcracker) It was during this time that Petipa developed his philosophy on dancers training: Philosophy: Rigorous training for dancers from a young age ensured brilliant technique. Petipa brought the best of Europe east, using the wealth of the Russian court and their desire for spectacles to create the Classical Ballet Classical ballets were developed in the Soviet Union. Ballets now used amazing technique to create huge spectacles full of sets, costumes, and music to support a large group of dancers

5 Diaghilevs Ballet Russe The Preeminent Russian Ballet Company

Diaghilevs Ballet Russe The Preeminent Russian Ballet Company

6 Diaghilevs Ballet Russes

Diaghilevs Ballet Russes

One of the most influential ballet companies of the 20th century Known for ground-breaking artistic collaboration among contemporary choreographers Composers Artists dancers Created in 1909 by Serge Diaghilev Choreographers included Marius Petipa Michel Fokine Vaslav Nijinsky George Balanchine It created a sensation in Western Europe because of the great vitality of Russian ballet compared to French dance When company disbanded after Diaghilevs death in 1929, many artists moved to America Famous Work: The Rite of Spring

7 The Rite of Spring

The Rite of Spring

Choreographed by Vaslav Nijinsky Composed by Igor Stravinsky Date of Premiere May 29th, 1913 Original Ballet Company: Ballets Russes Designs by Nicholas Roerich Setting: Russia Genre: Russian Modernism Ballet Duration: 33 mins Storyline: A pagan ritual in which a young girl dances herself to death

8 Rite of Spring Analysis

Rite of Spring Analysis

Objective: To analyze how the artistic collaboration of choreographers, composers, artists, and dancers can produce a ground-breaking production Assignment: In groups of two, use the resources provided to complete your learning guide. Time allotted: 20 minutes

9 The Rite of Spring

The Rite of Spring

Viewing Analysis

Part One: Show Until 2:35 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adDhN12KG5M&fb_source=message Part Two: Show Until 6:00 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AKpJ1NqyeM Part Three: Show until 1:00 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_7ndqgwxcM&feature=related

10 George Balanchine

George Balanchine

1904-1983 (born in St. Petersburg, Russia) The foremost contemporary choreographer in the world of ballet. Education: Studied at the Imperial School of Ballet during World War I. After leaving the Soviet Union, he came to America. He founded school of American Ballet in 1934 and the New York City Ballet in 1948 Most Known For: Founded the New York City Ballet in 1948 Acted as their artistic director and chief choreographer His neoclassical style. Creating American ballet He was an international choreographer and almost every ballet company in the world has performed his work. Famous Work: Stars and Stripes

11 Stars and Stripes

Stars and Stripes

1958 Evokes Fourth of July parades Choreographed by George Balanchine Composed by John Philip Sousa The original music was adapted and orchestrated by Hershy Kay Performed in 5 acts (campaigns). It lasts an average of 28 minutes. Overview It is a full-company ballet complete with baton twirling, military marching and a regiment of rifle-bearing ballerinas. The fourth campaign is a challenging pas de deux with a coda set to the "Liberty Bell" and "El Capitan" marches which shows the virtuosity of the dancers.

12 Mikhail Baryshnikov

Mikhail Baryshnikov

Born January 27, 1948 Best Ballet Male Dancer of 20th Century Began dancing in Riga, Lativa Debut made at Maryinsky Theater in 1967 Debut with ABA in 1974. Principle dancer artistic director In 1990 he founded the White Oak project with Mark Morris the company reflects the transformation of Russian ballet into American modern dance. most widely recognized contemporary ballet dancer because of acting ability

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsOJ0G1psUA

13 Baryshnikov Scene from White Nights

Baryshnikov Scene from White Nights

14 Demonstrate your knowledge of Baryshnikov

Demonstrate your knowledge of Baryshnikov

Objective: You must demonstrate your knowledge of why Baryshnikov earned the title of Best Male Dancer of 20th century Audience: You must select one of the following as your audience: People who dont like dance - 5 year olds Athletes - Females Males - Dance Lovers Theater Actors - Visual Artists Musicians - Architect HS Visual and Performance Arts Teachers Label your audience, along with your name, on the back of your paper Requirements: Color - Full Page Must be persuasive (I must be convinced that Baryshnikov is the Best Male Dancer of the 20th Century) Include persuasive language to convince your audience! Four facts to prove that hes the best! Time Allotment: 15 minutes

15 1) What ballet company was the preeminent ballet company of first

1) What ballet company was the preeminent ballet company of first

three decades of 20th century? 2) Why was the company above considered ground breaking? 3) Why was the Rite of Spring so controversial? 4) Why is Balanchine considered the father of American Ballet? 5) What is the name of the dancer is considered the best male performers of the 20th century?

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