Patrizia Veroli

Patrizia Veroli is an Italian dance historian. She has authored and edited a number of books mostly related to early twentieth-century European dance. Her research on the Jewish dancer Angiola Sartorio appeared in her book Baccanti e dive dell’aria (2001).

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Angiola Sartorio

In approximately 1918 Angiola Sartorio had an opportunity to see a performance by the father of European modern dance, the Hungarian Rudolf von Laban (1879–1958). This proved a striking and fateful experience for her. She was later able to attend the classes of Laban teacher Sylvia Bodmer (1902–1989) and received her diploma from Laban himself.

Tatjana Barbakoff

Born Cilly Edelberg in Latvia in 1899, the dancer who called herself Tatjana Barbakoff lacked formal dance training, yet created a world of her own through her charming personality, exotic stage costumes and lyrical dance expression.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Patrizia Veroli." (Viewed on November 14, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/veroli-patrizia>.

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