Antony Tudor

Antony Tudor (1908-1987) believed that ballet could and should engage the general public, not just an elite group. Throughout his career as a choreographer, he chose universal themes such as death, societal oppression and the nuances of personal relationships, exploring emotions at a primal level.

"We do Tudor's ballets because we must. Tudor's work is our conscience."

Mikhail Baryshnikov


Antony Tudor

Photo by Cecil Beaton


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