The Art of Teaching Ballet: Ten Twentieth-Century Masters


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"What a superb and inspiring book this is! It is a celebration of the art of teaching ballet and it will delight anyone
who is interested in classical dancing. . . . It is by a dancer, for dancers, about dancing, and we should be grateful
to Gretchen Ward Warren for giving us the opportunity to share the philosophy, methods, and, above all, the sheer
inspiration of these ten great teachers."—Dancing Times

"The lifeblood of ballet is pedagogy, and the performances in which audiences delight are a result of the dancers’
instruction. To better understand the magical transfer of information and artistry, Warren interviewed ten exceptional
teachers. They represent different artistic lineages, employ distinctive classroom techniques, and structure a range of
varying exercises. Each profile is stimulating, combining philosophical discussions and anecdotal history with sample
representative classroom exercises. Ballet teachers will value this addition to the dance literature, and the larger
audience of balletomanes will also find it engrossing."—Library Journal

"Warren combines her own years as a master teacher with her clear, detailed writing style to document the artistry of
each of her subjects. . . . Students of dance are indebted to Warren."—Choice

Gretchen Ward Warren is professor of dance at the University of South Florida and author of Classical Ballet
Technique (UPF, 1989). She was a soloist with the Pennsylvania Ballet for eleven years and ballet mistress of American
Ballet Theatre II for five.

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