Rouge et Noir was created for the Ballet Russe de Monte-Carlo in 1939.  Dance critic Ann Barzel filmed parts of the work in Chicago in 1949; that film, restored and synched to the Shostakovich score, is the finale of the Matisse exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. – The Philadelphia Inquirer

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