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Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2016. № 3. Part 2. P. 37-39.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Study of Art
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FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF BALLET THEATRE IN AUSTRALIA

Vedernikova Margarita Andreevna
Moscow State Institute of Culture


Abstract. The article considers the contribution of Russian dancers and choreographers - the first wave emigrants - to the formation and development of Australian ballet. Despite the fact that since the 1990s domestic science has noted an increased interest in the study of Russian culture abroad, there are still a lot of "blind spaces" in the part related to the history of ballet. Among these spaces are the formation and development of ballet in Australia. An attempt of the author to systematize the data on the dancers and choreographers, who worked in Australia and were at the origins of the Australian school of classical dance, is presented.
Key words and phrases: австралийский балет, классический танец, эмигранты первой волны, культура Русского Зарубежья, Кира Абрикосова, Эдуард Борованский, Эдуард Собишевский, Тамара Чинарова, Анна Волкова, Ирина Баронова, Australian ballet, classical dance, the first wave of emigrants, Russian culture abroad, Kira Abrikosova, Eduard Borovanskii, Eduard Sobishevskii, Tamara Chinarova, Anna Volkova, Irina Baronova.
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