Here's a link to the Balanchine Foundation web site.
Bookmark this one! There's a wealth of information here -- a complete list of centennial events all around the world, info on the Balanchine Archive Project, including which libraries participate -- YOU MAY VERY WELL BE ABLE TO VIEW THESE TAPES. They are not restricted to dance professionals and scholars, but are for anyone who is interested. Each session centers on a particular solo or excerpt from a balleet, coached by the dancer on whom it was set. (And if this project interests you, you may also want to read the reports on several of these sessions, by Leigh Witchel, published in DanceView that are now on line here: DanceView's Balanchine Archive )
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