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  1. Vaslav (or Vatslav) Nijinsky (/ ˌ v ɑː t s l ɑː f n ɪ ˈ (d) ʒ ɪ n s k i /; Russian: Вацлав Фомич Нижинский, tr. Vatslav Fomich Nizhinsky, IPA: [ˈvatsləf fɐˈmʲitɕ nʲɪˈʐɨnskʲɪj]; Polish: Wacław Niżyński, IPA: [ˈvatswaf ɲiˈʐɨj̃skʲi]; 12 March 1889 /1890 – 8 April 1950) was a ballet dancer and choreographer cited as the greatest male dancer of ...

  2. Nijinsky ; Dirigida por Tony Richardson, el guion fue escrito por Edward Albee. La película iba a ser protagonizada por Rudolf Nuréyev como Vaslav, Claude Jade como Romola y Paul Scofield como Diáguilev, pero los productores Albert R. Broccoli y Harry Saltzman cancelaron el proyecto y quedó inconclusa. Nijinsky

  3. Vaslav Nijinsky (Russisch: Вацлав Фомич Нижинский; Vatslav Fomitsj Nizjinski, Pools: Wacław Niżyński) (Kiev, 1888 of 17 december 1889 of 12 maart 1890 – Londen, 8 april 1950) was een zeer getalenteerde mannelijke danser en choreograaf.

  4. Leben. Nijinsky wurde als zweites Kind der Tänzer Tomasz Niżyński und Eleonora Bereda in Kiev geboren. Ab 1900 besuchte er die kaiserliche Tanzakademie in Sankt Petersburg und wurde für seine außerordentliche Virtuosität und Sprungkraft berühmt, ab 1907 ist er Künstler des Kaiserlichen Theaters St. Petersburg.

  5. Nijinsky is a 1980 American biographical film directed by Herbert Ross. Hugh Wheeler wrote a screenplay that explores the later life and career of Vaslav Nijinsky; it was based largely on the premier danseur's personal diaries (a bowdlerized 1936 version was edited and published by his wife, Romola de Pulszky), and her 1934 biography of Nijinsky, largely ghostwritten by Lincoln Kirstein, who ...

  6. Nijinsky (21 February 1967 – 15 April 1992) was a Canadian-bred, Irish-trained champion Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. He was the outstanding two-year-old in Europe in 1969 when he was unbeaten in five races.

  7. Vaclav Fomič Nižinskij (in russo: Вацлав Фомич Нижинский?; in polacco Wacław Niżyński; Kiev, 28 dicembre 1889 – Londra, 8 aprile 1950) è stato un ballerino e coreografo russo di origine polacca, anche noto come Nijinsky, Nijinski o Nijinskij a seconda dei metodi di traslitterazione.