For females,it means flat-chested,long neck,short torso and under a certain weight for whatever your height is.The male Ballet dancer always has to be taller than the female and physically fit.And of course be strong enough to lift her.
the term "a body for ballet dancing" generally means that you need to have the "ideal" body for dancing; which often means being skinny, eating with a right diet, having skinny feet, a graceful etiquette, etc. in actuality, that is not the case though, although you can't be "bulky". there's a fine-line between skinny, slender, and just...overweight or chubby. ballerinas usually have very small boobs but they still have boobs one of the reasons why this is because they are so fit and strong (this might sound weird) that their boobs get like muscles and they stay small.
Releve means a rise to the toes from a flat foot in ballet dancing
Theres lots- ballroom, latin, tap, ballet, modern, morris, street, contempary If you mean in a competion theres IDTA, IPTA, Ballroom Society and Royal Ballet xx
If you mean what are the people who have been dancing for a long time and are now the foremost dancers of a company, they are usually called principal dancers.
I'm not exactly sure what you mean, but take a class! there are many ballet classes around, but if you want to really get in to it you would want to take it in big cities.
Ballet in Spanish is actually the same "Ballet"
if you mean what is a turn in ballet called? it is a pirouette.
Either the ballet celebration or the ballet festival
Releve means to rise in ballet.
Your question is unclear, but ballet is a french word.
the word ballet comes from the Italian 'ballare'-- to dance or to move
demipoint is flat ballet shoes and not the point shoes!