Fokine

[ foh-keen ]
/ foʊˈkin /

noun

Mi·chel Mi·khay·lo·vich [mi-shel mi-hahy-luh-vich] /mɪˈʃɛl mɪˈhaɪ lə vɪtʃ/, 1880–1942, Russian choreographer and ballet dancer, in the U.S. after 1925.
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Examples from the Web for fokine

  • Perhaps the rhythm of the music has never been better perceived than through these well-ordered movements designed by Fokine.

    The Russian Ballet|Ellen Terry
  • Fokine created the choreography of L'Oiseau de Feu section by section, as the music was handed to him.

    An Autobiography|Igor Stravinsky

British Dictionary definitions for fokine

Fokine
/ (Russian ˈfɔkin, French fɔkin) /

noun

Michel (miʃɛl). 1880–1942, US choreographer, born in Russia, regarded as the creator of modern ballet. He worked with Diaghilev as director of the Ballet Russe (1909–15), producing works such as Les Sylphides and Petrushka
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