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Audrey de Vos

Audrey de Vos

Anna-Marie Holmes has appeared as a ballerina or has taught in more than 30 countries on five continents. Born in Canada, she trained at the British Columbia School of Dancing with Lydia Korpova and Heino Heiden; in London, England, with Audrey de Vos and Errol Addison; and in Leningrad, Russia, with Natalia Dudinskaya and Alexander Pushkin of the legendary Kirov Ballet.                                                

      

David Vaughan is the author of Frederick Ashton and his Ballets (revised edition, 1999) and Merce Cunningham: 50 Years (1997). A former dancer, he trained at the School of American Ballet as well as with Marie Rambert, Audrey de Vos, Antony Tudor, Richard Thomas, and Merce Cunningham. Over the course of his career, he has been a dancer, actor, singer, and choreographer in live performance and on film and television. He was a member of the editorial board of the International Encyclopedia of Dance (1998). Mr. Vaughan has been the archivist for Merce Cunningham Dance Company since 1976. In July 2000, he received the CORD (Congress on Dance Research) Award for Outstanding Leadership in Dance Research, and in September 2001 a New York Dance and Performance Award ("Bessie") for Sustained Achievement.

 

Harry Haythorne was born in Adelaide. In 1949 Haythorne travelled to Britain to continue his career. He studied with Anna Northcote, Stansilaw Idzikowski and Audrey de Vos and performed in a variety of theatrical enterprises until his return to Australia. He danced in the musicals Can-Can, Plain and Fancy, Divorce Me Darling and The Pyjama Game, performed with the Metropolitan Ballet, the International Ballet, the company led by Leonide Massine and with Walter Gore's London Ballet. He also worked as a choreographer and ballet master and in film and telelvision and was assistant director of Western Theatre Ballet

 

 Ardell Anita joined Katherine Dunham and her company in 1956 and both toured with them to New Zealand and performed in two seasons in Sydney. In 1959 Ardell left Australia for London where she studied ballet with Audrey de Vos. Before returning to Australia in 1963 she worked in Rome in various television and dance productions.

 

James Clouser: "In my years with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet of Canada I was introduced to the RAD system and further benefited from guest teachers such as Audrey de Vos, Vera Volkova and Kirsten Ralov. My physique and my personality seemed to fit with the Bournonville style and I went twice to Copenhagen where I worked closely with Ralov's husband, Fredbjorn Bjornsen. In Russia I was most influenced by observing the classes of Asaf Messerer, which moved swiftly and prepared every muscle in a tossed off but clearly well thought-out fashion."

 

Hample, Margaret: Margaret's additional training took place in England and New York with teachers such as Vera Volkova and Audrey de Vos. Until her retirement from performing in 1958,

 

David Vaughan was born in London and educated at Oxford University. He studied ballet with Marie Rambert and Audrey de Vos. In 1950 he continued his studies at the School of American Ballet, later studying with Antony Tudor, Richard Thomas, and Merce Cunningham. He has worked as a dancer, actor, singer, and choreographer, on film and television, in ballet and modern dance companies, and in cabaret.

 

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