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1 This picture of Russian dancer Olga Khoklova was made by her husband in 1916. Who was he?

2 Peggy Hookham was first given work by Edris Stannus in 1934. By what names were these women better known?

3 Tchaikovsky composed three scores for ballets. Which did he write first?

4 Last year in London, a Dane staged a ballet set in Scotland and its first performance starred a Romanian. Explain.

5 Igor Stravinsky’s third ballet score caused a celebrated riot. What was the ballet and in which theatre was it performed?

Send your answers to arts.quiz@ft.com by midnight on Wednesday January 11. Answers will appear in next Saturday’s Weekend edition. The editor’s decision is final.


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