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Bartelt Dancers quotes by Rebecca McNutt
#1. So many people spend years (and money) studying to be doctors, lawyers, actors, dancers, business executives and scientists - when you're an author, you can be any of these things, and you don't need a degree or certificate; all you need is an imagination, a dream and an open mind. #Quote by Rebecca McNutt
Bartelt Dancers quotes by John Taylor Gatto
#2. May occasionally pay lip-service to their value, but it ultimately has no real use for artists, dancers, poets, self-sufficient farmers, tree lovers, devoted followers of what it views as non-materialist cults - Christian or otherwise - handicraft workers, makers of their own beer, or, for that matter, stay-at-home moms and dads, all of whom, when they endure at all, do so at the margins and on the periphery of the social economy. #Quote by John Taylor Gatto
Bartelt Dancers quotes by P.G. Wodehouse
#3. He was one of those earnest, persevering dancers
the kind that have taken twelve correspondence lessons. #Quote by P.G. Wodehouse
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Megalyn Echikunwoke
#4. I did do a little research. I went to a couple really fantastic strip clubs with really talented dancers, just in terms of their physical prowess. For the scene, there was a whole dance routine that I had to do, so I worked with a pole dance instructor who helped me choreograph a number for that scene. We broke down the principles of pole dancing, for three days, for an hour a day. #Quote by Megalyn Echikunwoke
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Ice Cube
#5. For me rappers and dancers are poets and artists and often times the most interesting performances are given by them. #Quote by Ice Cube
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Patricia McBride
#6. It was extraordinary 'cause I was 17 years old when I first danced with Edward Villella. And we were both young. But I had seen him dance, and he was already a star. So he was just so gentle and wonderful and kind, and we had a great rapport together. He was one of the most exciting dancers of our day. #Quote by Patricia McBride
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Dick Van Dyke
#7. I've always been a bit of an orphan, because actors say, 'Well, he's more of a dancer.' And dancers say, 'No. He's really a singer.' And singers say, 'No. He's an actor.' #Quote by Dick Van Dyke
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Edgar Degas
#8. People call me the painter of dancers, but I really wish to capture movement itself. #Quote by Edgar Degas
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Jamelia
#9. In the UK and the US especially you've got a lot of throwaway artists who have their 40 million dancers and they do their show. There's many artists who would not do a live show because they know they can't. #Quote by Jamelia
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Hanya Yanagihara
#10. JB's friends were poets and performance artists and academics and modern dancers and philosophers
he had, Malcolm once observed, befriended everyone at their college who was least likely to make money
and their lives were grants and residencies and fellowships and awards. Success, among JB's Hood Hall assortment, wasn't defined by your box-office numbers (as it was for his agent and manager) or your costars or your reviews (as it was by his grad-school classmates): it was defined simply and only by how good your work was, and whether you were proud of it. #Quote by Hanya Yanagihara
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Christoph Vogtherr
#11. The poetical term fête galante refers to a new genre of paintings and drawings that blossomed in the early 18th century during the [French] Regency period (1715-1723) and whose central figure was Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684-1721). Inspired by images of bucolic merrymaking in the Flemish tradition, Watteau and his followers created a new form, with a certain timelessness, characterised by greater subtlety and nuance.

These depict amorous scenes in settings garlanded with luxuriant vegetation, real or imaginary: idealised dancers, women and shepherds are shown engaged in frivolous pursuits or exchanging confidences. The poetical and fantastical atmospheres that are a mark of his work are accompanied by a quest for elegance and sophistication characteristic of the Rococo movement, which flourished during the Age of Enlightenment, evidenced in his flair for curved lines and light colours.

The flexibility of the fête galante theme proved to be an invitation to experimentation and innovation, and the genre was to inspire several generations of artists, occupying a central place in French art throughout the 18th century. Works by other highly creative painters, such as François Boucher (1703-1770) and Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806), illustrate their very personal visions of the joys of the fête galante as first imagined by Watteau. #Quote by Christoph Vogtherr
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Carolina De Robertis
#12. He does not look at the dancers, does not acknowledge her, sitting and staring. He is steeped in a private aural world. He drew out longer notes than her papa ever had; he was more forceful with the bow; she hadn't known the violin contained such wildness. She was reminded of the tarantella, which skipped along its notes and pulled you upward; out of yourself, come and play! But these pieces, these tangos, didn't only lift; they also plunged you downward, deep inside yourself, to the unexamined corners of your heart. Come, they whispered, come and look, see what's here and dance with it, this is music too. #Quote by Carolina De Robertis
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Adam G. Sevani
#13. I dug up my dad's old Fred Astaire tapes, and now I find him super-inspiring. He's, like, one of the best dancers. #Quote by Adam G. Sevani
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Suzanne Farrell
#14. Dancers are a great breed of people. And they really want to dance so you don't have to beg them to work. However, dancers sometimes build walls around themselves because they are presenting themselves all the time: dancing is very much a confession. #Quote by Suzanne Farrell
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Siobhan Davies
#15. They improve greatly, and sometimes I go and see the performances they do and I am consciously aware that there isn't enough work for the good dancers. #Quote by Siobhan Davies
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Nova Ren Suma
#16. The other two weren't even dancers. They were football players. Which was ridiculous. #Quote by Nova Ren Suma
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Rebecca Solnit
#17. Everyone has stories of the small coincidence by which their parents met or their grandmother was saved from fire or their grandfather from the grenade, of the choice made by the most whimsical means that led to everything else, whether you're blessed or cursed or both. Trace it back far enough and this very moment in your life becomes a rare species, the result of a strange evolution, a butterfly that should already be extinct and survives by the inexplicabilities we call coincidence. The word is often used to mean the accidental but literally means to fall together. The patterns of our lives come from those things that do not drift apart but move together for a little while, like dancers. #Quote by Rebecca Solnit
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Martha Graham
#18. Nobody cares if you can't dance well. Just get up and dance. Great dancers are great because of their passion. #Quote by Martha Graham
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Gina Rodriguez
#19. I started salsa dancing with a few different companies and started touring the country. It was fantastic, but I realized that I really wanted to talk every time we were performing. That's a problem because when you're dancing, if you stop to talk, that's not really cool to the other dancers. #Quote by Gina Rodriguez
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Robert Gottlieb
#20. 'Empty Moves' is elegantly and coolly inventive. Two pairs of dancers shadow each other in slow, deliberate rearrangements and manipulations of legs and torsos, only occasionally switching partners or breaking free of the formal patterning. #Quote by Robert Gottlieb
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Amanda Schull
#21. A lot of professional dancers become professional when they turn 15 or 16 years old, when they're still children. So you've trained every single waking moment up until that point for a career that could maybe only last 10 years, maybe longer if your body holds up, if your injuries are kept at bay. #Quote by Amanda Schull
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Karen Blixen
#22. She had what the Councillor knew, in the technical language of the ballet, as "ballon", a lightness that is not only the negation of weight, but which actually seems to carry upwards and make for flight, and which is rarely found in thin dancers - as if the matter itself had here become lighter than air, so that the more there is of it the better it works. #Quote by Karen Blixen
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Brendan Mathews
#23. --and that if you gave them a dance floor and a full band to fuel them, they could do more than dance: they could fly. ....They did it without wings. #Quote by Brendan Mathews
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Cormac McCarthy
#24. This is an orchestration for an event. For a dance in fact. The participants will be apprised of their roles at the proper time. For now it is enough that they have arrived. As the dance is the thing with which we are concerned and contains complete within itself its own arrangement and history and finale there is no necessity that the dancers contain these things within themselves as well. In any event the history of all is not the history of each nor indeed the sum of those histories and none here can finally comprehend the reason for his presence for he has no way of knowing even in what the event consists. In fact, were he to know he might well absent himself and you can see that that cannot be any part of the plan if plan there be. #Quote by Cormac McCarthy
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Misty Copeland
#25. What makes people and companies and artistic directors and choreographers interested in working with dancers is the ability to kind of let go of everything you think you know and be a blank canvas. #Quote by Misty Copeland
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Alice Sebold
#26. She didn't even have to smile, and she rarely did outside her house
it was the eyes, her dancer's carriage, the way she seemed to deliberate over the smallest movement of her body. #Quote by Alice Sebold
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Chris Bohjalian
#27. At night, when no one's there, the dancers and the musicians on the walls come to life and there's a glamorous ball. Sometimes their lights are so bright I can see the glow from my bedroom. #Quote by Chris Bohjalian
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Ellie Midwood
#28. Six month of sitting home, six month of doing absolutely nothing but watching TV, going out, sleeping, getting drunk and sleeping again. Oh no, wait, I was busy with something, I was doing some renovations in my new apartment. Which legally became mine only a month ago. Yep, that's what all my life has been about, spontaneous decisions and living in the moment. Because right now technically I'm a 25-year-old illegal immigrant from Russia, four years in New York, no papers, no work authorization, no work itself. Only a crazy life filled with restaurants, shops, beauty salons, clubs and restaurants again. How is it all possible? Very simple. I used to be a stripper. #Quote by Ellie Midwood
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Debasish Mridha
#29. We are the dancers in a great play. The Earth is the stage; the sun gives rays. #Quote by Debasish Mridha
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Glenn Haybittle
#30. The death beams slide around the sky like dancers on ice. As if exchanging partners in this vaulted ballroom of coloured smoke. He imagines a Strauss waltz accompanying the dance of the Nazi searchlights. #Quote by Glenn Haybittle
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Briana Evigan
#31. I don't date dancers, but I've always wanted to teach guys how to dance. #Quote by Briana Evigan
Bartelt Dancers quotes by Nellie McKay
#32. I love writing for dancers. You don't have to worry about the lyrics. I think to write words without music must be so frustrating. It must be always be so good, so perfect. #Quote by Nellie McKay

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