Vaslav Formich Nijinsky Net Worth

Vaslav Formich Nijinsky Net Worth is
$4 Million

Vaslav Formich Nijinsky Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Vaslav Nijinsky (also Vatslav; Russian: ??????? ?????? ??????????; Russian pronunciation: [?vatsl?f fo?m?it? n????insk??j]; Polish: Wac?aw Ni?y?ski; 12 March 1889/1890 – 8 April 1950) was a Polish ballet dancer and choreographer, cited as the greatest male dancer of the early 20th century. He grew to be celebrated for his virtuosity and for the depth and intensity of his characterizations. He could perform en pointe, a rare skill among male dancers at the time and his ability to perform seemingly gravity-defying leaps was legendary.Nijinsky was introduced to dance by his parents, who were senior dancers with the travelling Setov opera company and his early childhood was spent touring with the company. Aged 9 he joined the Imperial Ballet School in St Petersburg, the pre-eminent ballet school in the world. In 1907 he graduated and became a member of the Imperial ballet starting at the rank of coryphée instead of in the corps de ballet, already taking starring roles. The choreographer and dancer Bronislava Nijinska was his sister and worked with him much of his career.In 1909 he joined the Ballets Russes, a new ballet company started by Sergei Diaghilev which planned to show Russian ballets in Paris, where productions of the quality staged by the Imperial ballet simply did not exist. Nijinsky became the company's star male dancer, causing an enormous stir amongst audiences whenever he performed, although in ordinary life he appeared unremarkable and even boring to meet. Diaghilev and Nijinsky became lovers, and although Nijinsky had unparalleled ability, it was the publicity and opportunity provided by Diaghilev's company which made him internationally famous. In 1912 Nijinsky began choreographing his own ballets, including L'après-midi d'un faune (1912), Jeux (1913), and Till Eulenspiegel (1916). At the premier of Le Sacre du Printemps (1913) fights broke out in the audience between those who loved and hated a totally new style of ballet. Faune frequently caused controversy because of its sexually suggestive final scene. Jeux was originally conceived as a flirtatious interaction between three males, although Diaghilev insisted it be danced by one male and two females.In 1913 Nijinsky married Hungarian Romola de Pulszky while on tour with the company in South America. She had seen the Ballets Russes perform in 1912 and thereafter 'stalked' the company and Nijinsky. Nonetheless, no one was more surprised than she was when Nijinsky asked her to marry him, in broken French since neither was fluent in the same language. The marriage caused an immediate break with Diaghilev, who dismissed Nijinsky from the company. With no alternative employer available, he attempted to form his own company but this was not a success. He was interned in Hungary during World War I under house arrest until 1916, finally being allowed to leave after intervention by Diaghilev, who wanted him to perform in an American tour, and supported by calls for his release from A
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthDecember 28, 1889
Place Of BirthKiev, Russian Empire [now Ukraine]
ProfessionMiscellaneous Crew, Writer, Actor
Star SignCapricorn
1[Asked how he seemed able to hang in the air when jumping] Not difficult. You have just to go up and then pause a little up there.
2My wife is an untwinkling star. (from the diaries of Nijinsky)
1There is no proof that his wife's two children were his.
2The wife did everything in her power to hide his homosexuality and published his diary and two biographies after he was institutionalized or dead. She even produced two children she claimed were his.
3Spent the vast majority of his married life in various mental institutions.
4Developed an original notation for dance with his own illustrations. It was not available until after the death of his wife, Romola.
5He was a protégé of impresario Sergei Diaghilev.
6Brother of Bronislava Njinska


Stravinsky et les Ballets Russes2009Video choreographer: "Le Sacre du Printemps" - as Vaslav Nijinski
Great Performances: Dance in America1981TV Series choreographer - 1 episode


Nijinsky: The Diaries of Vaslav Nijinsky2001diaries


Nijinsky 19122009Short

Archive Footage

Nijinsky: Still Dancer2013Documentary short

Known for movies

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