Posted 05 June 2001 - 02:08 PM
Estelle, if you have the time, could you check Guest's French history? He may have more detail in there.
Have any of our other posters come across her? There should be a history of Great Teachers, come to think of it.
Posted 05 June 2001 - 09:05 PM
Here's what I could find:
Madame Dominique (Caroline Lassiat) was a former Paris Opera dancer. She went on to teach in the POB school. She taught the elementary class from 1860 and succeeded Marie Taglioni as the teacher of the class de perfectionnement in 1872. Some of her students were Emma Livry, Guiseppina Bozzacchi, Leontine Beaugrande and Adele Grantzow. She was quite a famous teacher during the 19th century, and had an international reputation comparable to that of Auguste Vestris.
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