George Balanchine’s Waltz of the Flowers

Edgar Degas, Dancers in Red Skirts, 1884, oil on canvas, Image Source: wikimedia
George Balanchine´s The Nutcracker – Waltz of the Flowers, New York City Ballet

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Tag: The Nutcracker At Sunnyside

Tag: Edgar Degas At Sunnyside

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16 Comments Add yours

  1. What exquisitely lovely images to wake up to… thank you so much for this 🙂💕🙏

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    1. My pleasure, always, Patti. 🙂🌺

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  2. shoreacres says:

    As for so many children, The Nutcracker was the first ballet I saw live. Every time I see one of Degas’s paintings of dancers, a little of that magic comes back.

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    1. The same for me, Linda. I didn’t have room to post this one at Christmas, but it feels very springy to me, too. lol Thanks for adding to the conversation this morning. 🙂

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  3. nhuntting says:

    Reblogged this on Aesthetic Realism—& Life, Love, Art and commented:
    Grateful to the wonderful “At Sunnyside” blog, where I saw this beautiful performance!

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    1. I appreciate your kind comment – thanks so much. 🙂🌺

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  4. Charming! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. My pleasure! I am so pleased you enjoyed this. 😎🌺

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  5. These images caught my attention. So amazing. Anita

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  6. Anything Degas makes my heart happy! Same with the Nutcracker suite. Beautiful painting in a beautiful post. Thank you!

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    1. Same here, Sheila. I am happy you enjoy these, too. 🙂🌺

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  7. A great choreographer and a terrific dance.

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  8. Bridgette says:

    Wow! Lovely, lovely, lovely❤️

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    1. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Bridgette. 🙂🌺

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