Chamie, Tatiana (d. 1953)
Chamie, Tatiana (d. 1953)
Russian ballet dancer. Born in Odessa, Russia; died Nov 18, 1953.
Danced with Diaghilev Ballet Russe (early 1920s), where she created roles in Bronislava Nijinska's Les Biches (1924), Balanchine's The Triumph of Neptune (1926), and Leonid Massine's Cimarosiana (1926); danced for brief period with Russian Opera Ballet after Diaghilev's death (1929), and Les Ballets de Boris Kniaseff (c. 1931); earned acclaim for her performances in works by Massine, including Contes Russes, Beach, Vienna-1814, Rouge et Noir and Bacchanale, all probably performed with Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo; choreographed for ballet Russe de Monte Carlo after retiring from the stage (1943); works of choreography include Le Petite Sirène (1938), Birthday (1949), Prima Ballerina (1950) and Chez Maxime (1951).
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