[bal-uh n-cheen, bal-uh n-cheen]
- George,1904–83, U.S. choreographer, born in Russia.
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Balanchine danced the role of Polio and Tanaquil, the Etruscan Queen sensitive to omens, danced the victim.
Balanchine devoted himself to her recuperation, motivated, it seemed, partly by guilt.
Tanny came to be known as the epitome of a Balanchine dancer, with her long legs and graceful, fluid lines.
When Tanny was 15, Balanchine had cast her in a ballet he created for a polio fundraiser.
She married Balanchine in 1952, leaving Robbins heartbroken.
- George . 1904–83, US choreographer, born in Russia
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