Rina Nikova pseudonim artystyczny nosiła Roza Rubinowicza, była światowej sławy artystką, primabaleriną i prekursorką baletu biblijnego. Ale mało kto wie, że urodziła się w Białymstoku. To tutaj spędziła dzieciństwo.
Rodzice Leyb Rubinowicz, syn Jankiela oraz Estera Kac, córka Jankiela Kac
Rina Nikova, a pioneer of classical and biblical ballet in Palestine, distinguished herself mostly in character dances, which had a nationalist style influenced by ethnic folklore. She was born on June 23, 1898 in St. Petersburg, where her father, Leo Rabinovich, a wealthy merchant and factory owner, had received special permission to live with his family although Jews were not as a rule allowed to live there. Her mother, Esther, was the daughter of Ya’akov Katz. Nikova began to dance relatively late, at the age of sixteen, because of her family’s objections. She first studied dance at the conservatory in St. Petersburg with Nicolas Legat of Moscow’s Great Theater and continued her studies with Eugenia Edwardova in Berlin after World War I. At this time she married a man named Sapoznikov, later adopting the second half of his name as her own.
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