Blog Share featuring Madame Gilflurt
Ballet stories across the centuries share success and tragedy in equal measure. Enjoy the guest post from Madame Gilflurt about Danish dancer, Anine Frølich. Imagine how Anine could have impacted ballet if her career hadn’t ended abruptly.
But first, a little about Madame Gilflurt. She writes the entertaining blog ‘A Covent Garden Gilflurt’s Guide to Life, a breathless romp through the long 18th century.’ She shares her home with ‘a rakish colonial, a hound, a feline and several rodents of exquisite character. When she is not setting quill to paper for the Guide she can usually be found gadding about the tea shops and gaming rooms of the capital or hosting intimate gatherings at my tottering Henrietta Street abode.’ Learn more about Madame Gilflurt here. Now, on to our guest post…
Notable Births… Anine Frølich by Madame Gilflurt
Anine Marie Magdalene Frølich, (Copenhagen, 13th March 1762 – Copenhagen, 6th November 1784)
|Anine Frølich and Pierre Laurent
A good friend of mine is currently holidaying in Scandinavia and it is no secret to those who know me that I am a great fan of the wonderful country of Denmark. It is in honour of Scandinavia-trotting chum and that lovely country that today I tell the tale of Anine Frølich, a star of Danish dance who lived a tragically short life.
Read the rest of this intriguing story at Madame Gilfurt’s blog…
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