Agon

Paso a dos de Agon (Balanchine-Stravinsky), en una retransmisión televisiva de 1960, bailado por el elenco que lo estrenó.

George Balanchine planteó toda una declaración de intenciones presentando una pareja protagonista que reunía a la bailarina de raza blanca Diana Adams con Arthur Mitchell, un bailarín afroamericano que años después fundaría Dance Theater of Harlem.

Agon, pas de deux (Balanchine-Stravinsky), broadcasted in 1960 and danced by the original cast.

George Balanchine made a clear political statement presenting in 1957, as the leading couple of Agon, the White ballerina Diana Adams and the African-American dancer Arthur Mitchell who, years later, established Dance Theater of Harlem.

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