Cartier, Diana (1939–)
Cartier, Diana (1939–)
American ballet dancer. Born July 6, 1939, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Trained with Antony Tudor in Philadelphia and at Metropolitan Opera Ballet in New York City; joined Robert Joffrey Ballet (1960) and was a charter member of City Center Joffrey Ballet, performing there until 1970s; featured in Cranko's Jeu de Cartes and Pineapple Poll, Christensen's Con Amore, Flindt's The Lesson, Tudor's Offenbach in the Underworld, Ailey's Feast of Ashes, and Jooss' The Green Table; served as ballet mistress at Joffrey Ballet; began teaching at David Howard Dance Center in NY; was guest teacher with National Ballet of Canada, Berlin Opera Ballet, Opera Ballet of Oslo and National Ballet of Mexico; began teaching company classes at American Ballet Theater in NY (1991).
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