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  1. Written by Sarah Emily Gilbert. Film star Victoria Tennant’s new book, Irina Baronova and the Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo , provides an intimate account of the life of her mother, the famous ballerina Irina Baronova, through a collection of breathtaking photographs, correspondence and news clippings. When she first came across these things ...

  2. Buy Irina Baronova and the Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo Illustrated by Tennant, Victoria (ISBN: 9780226167169) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Irina Baronova and the Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo: Amazon.co.uk: Tennant, Victoria: 9780226167169: Books

    • Hardcover
    • Victoria Tennant
  3. 15 de oct. de 2014 · “My friend Irina Baronova was a legendary Baby Ballerina of the Ballets Russes and an ambassador of classical ballet in America, but this book shows us the kind, funny, and hardworking woman behind the legend. She was a total pro and an elegant human being. If it’s possible, I'm more in awe than ever.”

    • Hardcover
    • Victoria Tennant
  4. Buy Irina: Ballet, Life and Love by Tennant, Irina Baronova, McColl, Peg (ISBN: 9780813030265) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

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  6. 14 de oct. de 2014 · In a way, Baronova was perpetually the baby ballerina. It was a challenge, admitted Tennant, “being the child of a child.”. “Most of us start as children and advance toward adulthood one step at a time. My mother became a great star at age 13. On stage, Irina Baronova knew her value in the company, but on the outside she was a child under ...

  7. Irina Baronova was born in St. Petersburg in 1919. She studied with Olga Preobrajenska in Paris, after her parents had emigrated from Russia. In 1932, at the age of 13, she was hired by Balanchine as one of the three baby ballerinas for Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo. The two others were Tamara Toumanova and Tatiana Riabouchinska.