Saul Davis Zlatkovsky, a professional harpist and composer, studied ballet with Nina Stroganova and Vladimir Dokoudovsky. He has published articles on dance in Dance magazine, NY Perspectives and elsewhere. His website is on view at www.sauldavis.com, and includes a bio and photos of Stroganova and Dokoudovsky. He has also published in the New Yorker. He recently received an ASCAP award for his music and a collaborative ASTA award for his writing. He contributes regularly to String Notes, American String Teacher and American Harp Journal. He performs in recital, recently for the American Harp Society in Philadelphia, his music has been performed at the Curtis Institute, and he is planning a concert festival of harp music for 2007. He lives in Center City Philadelphia.
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Return of Les Ballets Russes
A compelling new documentary film calls to life a lost ballet spectacle that sprang from the mind of Serge Diaghilev and captivated the world for two generations.
Ballets Russes. A film by Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller. Opens March 3, 2006, at Ritz at the Bourse, Fourth & Ranstead Sts., (215)440-1181 or www.ritzfilmbill.com.