Russian is known for its many ballet companies. The two most famous ballet companies in Russia are the Bolshoi Ballet and Mariinsky Ballet. The Mariinsky Ballet used to be known as the Kirov Ballet.
Moscow Stanislavski Ballet, founded in 1929Ballet of Russia, founded in 1899Ballet Stars of Moscow Theaters Anna pavlova 1888-1931Moscow Ballet Theater founded in 1966Moscow City Ballet, founded in 1988,Moscow Classical Ballet, founded in 1966.Moscow Dramatic Ballet, founded prior to 1992 (exact date unknown)Moscow Festival Ballet, founded in 1989,Moscow Grand BalletNational Russian BalletRussian Festival Ballet, founded in 1989Russian National Ballet founded in 1956Royal Russian Balletfounded in 2008
The Moscow Ballet performs in the Bolshoi Theater.Royal Russian Balletfounded in 2008
The traditional Russian dance name is Russian ballet.
More recently, it was named the Kirov Ballet, but before that it was called the Imperial Russian Ballet and the Soviet Ballet.
Its former name is the Imperial Russian Ballet.
* Ballet d'action * Classical ballet * Contemporary ballet * Neoclassical ballet * Pre-romantic ballet * Romantic ballet And there are three ballet techniques: * French ballet * Russian Vaganova method * Italian Cecchetti method
Ballet is popular all over the world though it originated in France. There are many very famous companies all over the world such as The school of American ballet, Kirov, the royal ballet school, so on.
Difficult question to answer as companies pop up quickly and close quickly in a city like New York. Narrow down your search. As in do you want to know the ballet companies/contemp companies or the commercial ones. Generally the bigger the company and the longer they have been around the easier it is to contact or find out about them. Start with New York City Ballet, and The American Ballet Theatre. Juilard School may be able to help you also.
ballet comes from lots of diffrent places but most is from France and Russian
Kirov in Russia. Many companies have the influence of Vaganova due to the technical strength.
the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Royal Danish Ballet Royal Swedish Ballet Royal Ballet of Flanders Birmingham Royal Ballet
The Kirov ballet is a Russian ballet school but they do have a program in Washington D.C. The Kirov has also just been changed to the Marrinski Ballet.
American Ballet Theatre (ABT), Joffery Ballet, and New York City Ballet
Ballet terminology is in French or Russian, depending on how its taught. There are many different steps in ballet, so there are many different words for each. There are however, 5 main positions, 1-5. However there are far too many steps to list, here are a few, arabesque, frappe, and plie.
i think the best known forms of ballet are chachetti, and russian.
Usually anywhere from two inches (small leap) to 6 feet (large). The Russian ballet has male dancers who jump 15 feet
Italian, Russian and French
1. The bolshoi ballet (Russia,Moscow) 2. The mariinski ballet (Russia,St. Petersburg) 3. The tchaikovsky perm ballet (Russia,Perm) 4. The royal ballet(England, London) 5. New york city ballet (America) 6. Het national ballet (Netherlands) 7.Cork city ballet(Ireland) 8.Ballet de Cuba(Cuba) 9.Ballet Irealand(Ireland) 10.Irish youth Russian ballet(Ireland) are mine but there are no offical lists.
Ballet was first introduced in the US in 1901 when The Ballet Russe, a Russian technique company started touring and perfroming in the states.
Russian dancers are made to be put on toe shoes when they are not really ready adn US ballet dancers USUALLY wait. Also European dancers are usually made to be more flexible, and they are MUCH MORE strict! Hope this helps!
The brunt of ballet terminology is French. When using Russian technique there are also additional terms in that language.