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  1. 2 de oct. de 2023 · Dancer and choreographer Annabelle Gamson—whose versions of solos by Isadora Duncan changed the way a generation looked at Duncan’s work and thought about her as a choreographer—died five days shy of her 95th birthday, on August 1, 2023, in Newport Beach, California.

  2. Annabelle Gamson (born Annabelle Gold, August 6, 1928 – August 1, 2023) was an American dancer and choreographer. Although she worked in ballet, Gamson was particularly known for her work within modern dance. As a dancer, she drew particular acclaim for her interpretations of the works of Isadora Duncan, Mary Wigman, and Eleanor King.

  3. More than any other artist in the mid-1970s, Annabelle Gamson initiated unprecedented attention to the history of American modern dance. Her musically inspired, passionate performances of dances, choreographed by Isadora Duncan and others in the early twentieth century, brought about a resurgence of interest in Duncan’s work and her legacy ...

  4. 30 de ago. de 1981 · Miss Gamson's success in the Duncan repertory raises the intriguing possibility that a form of dance deriving from one individual's personal expression can also be open to another individual's...

  5. 24 de mar. de 1981 · The concert, for which Annabelle Gamson was dance coordinator, brought modern music and modern dance together.

  6. Annabelle Gamson, began studying dance at age five and attended the High School of Music and Art and the Professional Childrens School in New York. In the 1950s she performed on Broadway, television, and with American Ballet Theatre. After marrying in 1958, she temporarily left the dance world.

  7. Ella fue mi ejemplo de cómo podía envejecer como bailarina. No hay disculpas, no hay ajustes obvios en el baile, no hay que ser «cuidadoso» en una actuación por miedo a dañar un cuerpo viejo, simplemente… no hay miedo. Nacida en el año 1928, Annabelle todavía está con nosotros.