Coquillard-Albrier, Albertine (c. 1810–1846)

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Coquillard-Albrier, Albertine (c. 1810–1846)

French ballet dancer. Name variations: Albertine Coquillard; Albertine Albrier. Born c. 1810, probably in Paris, France; died Feb 20, 1846, in Paris; sister of Fifine and Victorine (both dancers).

Trained at ballet school of Paris Opéra along with younger sisters; danced with the Paris Opéra's company (starting mid-1830s) where her most important role was in Aumer's Les Pages du Duc de Vendôme, which she also performed in London (1840); appeared briefly in Naples with Eduoard Carey.

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