Kasyan Goleizovsky


choreographer
(1892-1970)
Kasyan Goleizovsky was a Russian choreographer and dancer and one of the pioneering figures in the Muscovite avant garde movement in ballet of the 1920s whose innovations had a major influence on many of his successors, most notably George Balanchine. He completed his formal education in both Moscow and Saint Petersburg, and after spending years in the schools of the Mariinsky and Bolshoi theatres, he set out to put his own ideas into practice, founding his own studio in 1916. After finding during the 1920s that censorship was hindering his career, he commenced a study of Russian folklore in the 30's and started to create work that was in line with Party doctrine for agitprop theatres, sporting events and folk dance productions.

Performances

2018. September 23.2018-09-23
National Tour - Classical and modern
2018. September 30.2018-09-30
National Tour - Classical and modern
2018. October 1.2018-10-01
National Tour - Classical and modern
2018. October 7.2018-10-07
National Tour - Classical and modern
2018. October 16.2018-10-16
National Tour - Classical and modern
2018. October 19.2018-10-19
National Tour - Classical and modern
2018. October 20.2018-10-20
National Tour - Classical and modern
2018. November 9.2018-11-09
New York Tour - Don Quixote
2018. November 17.2018-11-17
National Tour - Classical and modern
2018. November 18.2018-11-18
National Tour - Classical and modern
2018. November 24.2018-11-24
National Tour - Classical and modern
2019. February 19.2019-02-19
Turning Point - Klasszikus balettgála