Pamela May

Ballet Dancer, Deceased Person

1917 – 2005

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Who was Pamela May?

Pamela May OBE was a Trinidad born British dancer and teacher of classical ballet. Most noted as one of the earliest members The Royal Ballet, she was regarded as a versatile dancer; dancing all the established 19th century classical repertoire, and creating roles in new ballets by Ninette de Valois and Frederick Ashton. After retiring from professional ballet, she became a teacher at the Royal Ballet School, and also served as vice-president of the Royal Academy of Dance.

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Born
May 30, 1917
San Fernando
Profession
Employment
  • The Royal Ballet
Died
Jun 6, 2005
Birmingham

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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