Howle Fisher Collection of Denishawn School of Dancing Choreography
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- circa 1924-1933
- Fisher, Howle (Person)
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The original source of these notes was Howle Fisher, former member of the Denishawn Dancers. Fisher joined the group in October 1924, and performed in such trademark numbers as "Vision of the Aissoua" and "Cuadro Flamenco." He received certification to teach Denishawn dance techniques at the university level and performed with the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. In 1933 he opened The Loft, his own dance studio, in Richmond, Virginia.
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