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Milorad Miskovitch, 85, Luminary In Mid-Century French Ballet
"With matinee-idol looks and solid classical training, Mr. Miskovitch was highly visible amid the creative effervescence that marked French choreography shortly after World War II. Young and unknown choreographers like Roland Petit, Maurice Béjart and Janine Charrat all took advantage of his magnetic presence in their early works." The New York Times 06/27/13
Posted July 2, 2013 12:53 AM

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