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ID number:552094
Published: 27.06.2011.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: 4 units
References: Used

Starting from 1891, Pavlova studied at the Imperial School of Ballet at the Marinsky Theatre and graduated after 8 years. Pavlova’s family was poor; therefore, the fact that she was accepted into the prestigious School of Ballet was based purely on luck and her talent because the entry was by examination. In 1906 she became a prima ballerina. Already after 1913 she was dancing throughout the world as an independent dancer with her own company. “Pavlova’s own performances left those who watched them with a lasting memory of disciplined grace, poetic movement, and incarnate magic.” (Sorley Walker, The worldwide tours were managed by her husband, Victor Dandré; however, they had no children. Apart from ballet Anna was enticed by ethnic dances as well which later on led to her becoming one of the greatest performers of the Indian dance. …

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