Nathalie LeVine Collection
The Nathalie LeVine Collection contains photographs, magazine articles, souvenir programs, and a book relating to the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. The collection was donated by Nathalie LeVine in November 2011.
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Nathalie LeVine is an American ballet teacher. Her collection contains materials related to the Ballet Russe including photographs, souvenir programs, magazine articles and a book.
Biographical / Historical
Nathalie LeVine devoted most of her life to teaching Classical Ballet. She founded Metropolitan Ballet of St. Louis and was the artistic Director for thirteen years. She also founded and directed Ballet Conservatory in St. Louis. Ms. LeVine was trained by Slavenska, Celli, Panaieff, Nijinska, Pereyslavec, and at the Royal Ballet School in England. She is a Summa cum Laude graduate of UCLA and has danced professionally in several ballet companies, film, TV and musical theater.
Processed by Tara Davis 2012. Edited by Jakob Hertzel 2015. Edited by Jeri Smalley 2017.
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- 2015: Edited by Jakob Hertzel
- 2017: Edited by Jeri Smalley
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