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Ballet News Reviews | Anna Pavlova, Twentieth Century Ballerina

July 15, 2012

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Ballet Books | Anna Pavlova | Twentieth Century Ballerina Beautifully put together, the covetable coffee-table book Anna Pavlova, Twentieth Century Ballerina is a treasure. “It was Anna Pavlova, and no one else, who opened the world to ballet.” Written by Jane Pritchard (Curator of dance at the V&A) with Caroline Hamilton (dance and costume historian) and […]

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Pavlova 2012 | Anna Pavlova website launched

March 2, 2012

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Pavlova 2012 | Anna Pavlova website launched with event listings 2012 marks the centenary of ballet dancer Anna Pavlova making London, and Ivy House, her home. Pavlova lived at Ivy House from 1912 until her death in 1931. The the London Jewish Cultural Centre has launched a special website where you’ll find details of all the […]

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Russian Ballet Icons Gala and Dinner 2012 | Tribute to Anna Pavlova

January 4, 2012

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Russian Ballet Icons Gala and Dinner 2012 | Tribute to Anna Pavlova Celebrating a centenary of Anna Pavlova making her home in London, at Ivy House Sunday 4 March 2012, 7.00pm, The London Coliseum Box Office: 0871 911 0200 I can’t recommend this ballet Gala to you highly enough.  No matter how expensive you feel […]

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A professional ballet dancer’s day | the experience could be yours

July 8, 2011

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Dance for a Day Ivy House Music & Dance, in association with Fusion, have put together a unique opportunity for students aged 7-18 to experience the life of a professional ballet dancer.  The Royal Ballet’s Ballet Mistress, Ursula Hageli will bring together dancers from The Royal Ballet to create a short production of The Sleeping Beauty […]

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