Tag Archives: Valentin Zeglovsky

The links to dance’s past

One of the best things about writing dancelines has been the new connections to people who knew the dancers and

Valentin Zeglovsky: more mysteries solved

Zeglovsky school, rehearsal for Les Sylphides, Sydney, October 1939, photo © Sam Hood, Home and Away - 19955, Courtesy Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW

The photographs by Max Dupain and Sam Hood of Valentin Zeglovsky in the State Library of New South Wales inspired

Zeglovsky and Pamela Bromley: new update

Pamela Bromley with John Faassen in Volpone, 1947

Following up on my previous posts on the Ballets Russes’ dancer, Valentin Zeglovsky, I’ve now made contact with his son

Valentin Zeglovsky update

Valentin Zeglovsky and Pamela Bromley-Smith

Following my earlier post about Zeglovsky, a clearer picture has emerged of his life in Australia and the United Kingdom.

Valentin Zeglovsky: on stage, backstage and at the studio of Max Dupain

Max Dupain photographed many dancers in his Sydney studio, not only those who toured to Australia with the Ballets Russes’

Isobel Anderson, a lifetime of dance

pointe shoes still life

For a dancer’s parents, all that watching and waiting is like a long haul flight. Nothing happens and nothing happens