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Melissa Hayden, ballerina.

Rasa Gustaitis

Melissa Hayden, ballerina.

by Rasa Gustaitis

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Published by Nelson in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hayden, Melissa.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV1785.H35 G8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127 p.
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5528776M
    LC Control Number67003192

      He earned a bachelor's degree in classical studies and dance from Skidmore College, where he studied ballet with Melissa Hayden. According to an interview with The Boston Globe in , Hayden was Mr. Tracy's original inspiration for the Balanchine book. "I got the idea for this book when I was driving Melissa to New York," he said. Melissa Hayden was born on Ap in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as Mildred Herman. She is known for her work on Limelight (), The Nutcracker () and Hallmark Hall of Fame (). She was married to Donald Hugh Coleman. She died on August 9, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA.

      Miss Hayden is the last of the ballerinas who joined the City Ballet in its infancy, shortly after it became the City. Center's resident troupe Author: Anna Kisselgoff.   Born in Toronto, Canada, in , Melissa Hayden became one of the biggest stars of American ballet. Although she began her ballet training late, at she quickly became a world-class dancer, joining the well-known American Ballet Theatre in .

    Melissa Hayden was born Mildred Herman, Ap , in Toronto, Canada. Neither of her parents, Kate Weinberg and Jacob Herman, who had immigrated from the region surrounding Kiev in Russia, had any artistic talents. Her father operated a successful wholesale fruit and vegetable business. Her sister Leola was eight years her senior; her sister Annette was three . But the bulk of the book belongs, appropriately, to the period: Maria Tallchief, another Balanchine wife, reminds the interviewer that Balanchine has ""done some of his best ballets for men""; Melissa Hayden is candid about the difficult ""Farrell years,"" when Mr. B.'s one-dancer obsession embittered other performers; Allegra Kent.


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From untilshe was a leading ballerina under the direction of George Balanchine, appearing in more than 60 ballets. Ballet's unstoppable force Not the wispy ballerina: Hayden in her heyday at New York City Ballet At 14, Gillian Murphy remembers walking into her first class with renowned ballerina Melissa Hayden, whose intense demeanor could seem harsh.

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