Ballet was first danced in France and Italy.
At first Kings and queens and people of the french court danced ballet Ballet became popular about 17th century. Originally it was danced only by males.
For the following reasons: * It was the music of the time when ballet was first being danced. Classical music was the "popular" and "cool" music of the time. * It's beautiful songs really connect with ballet. * Even after classical music was not the popular music of the day, everyone thought of ballet with classsical music. * Older ballets were already written to classical music, it wouldn't make sense to rewrite the music for those historic and beautiful ballets.
Rodeo, a favorite of mine.
Almost any sort of classical music really, the steps useddepending on the tempo and style of said music.
It depends, if you are talking about a ballet class, then it is at a ballet studio. If it is a performance you are talking about, then ballet is danced at a theater. If it is a local unprofessional ballet, then it is obviously at a local theatre. If it is a professional, then it is performed at a theater usually in the same popular city that the ballet company is in. Professional companies also go on tours to other major theaters.
Ballet was first danced in Italy but, King Luis the III created the first ballet school in France.
ballet originated in France, in the court of King Louis 14. This form of ballet was not wat we know today. It was mostly jsut little steps. But, to answer your question, ballet was danced for entertainment, and also because some people just love to dance. i am one of those people.
Neoclassical, commonly called Lyrical ballet is more of a flowy, jazzy style of ballet. Mostly danced in demi-pointe slippers made of canvas or leather you use typical classical ballet moves but interpret (sp?) the music more. THIS ABOVE IS TOTALLY INCORRECT. Neoclassical ballet is Balanchine (NYCB). Instead of long story ballets, the pieces are short. It is danced characteristly in a fast pace. Classical ballet consists of story ballets such as Sleeing Beauty,Giselle, Swan Lake and La Sylphide. The styles would be Vagonova,Cecchetti and French School.
Yes, this season alone Les Patineurs is in the rep of The Sarasota Ballet and the Houston Ballet.
i know ballet began in the early 16oos but i don't know the exact date sorry
He set up a ballet school in France and also danced the leading role in some of his ballet schools productions.
There has been at least one theatrical movie made of Tchaikovsky's ballet The Nutcracker, but it has never been an opera. Opera is a musical play in which all the dialogue is sung. In ballet the story is all played by the orchestra and danced, with no lyrics at all.
After attending Harkness Ballet Theater School he danced with the Joffrey Ballet Company and the Eliot Field Ballet Company in New York.
In ballet, it is not about winning. You merely dance as a sport or to enjoy it! I have danced for 11 years, and I enjoy it. Life isn't always about winning!
Alessandra Ferri was born in Milan, Italy in 1993. She was born an Italian ballerina, she danced with The American Ballet Theatre as a principal dancer in New York she also danced with La Scala Ballet in Milan, Italy as a prima ballerina!
Ballet is danced in many different costumes depending on the plot of the story, but one thing that is indispensable is toe slippers.
Everyone at the party danced to the music.
No but you can get a GCSE in dance which sort of includes ballet. That's what they do at the Royal Ballet school.
I would say ballet because it is the basis of all dance.
She was an Famous British Ballet Dancer and Danced until she was 58.