Ballet started in the 1500's with what is considered to be the first ballet called "Le Ballet Comique de la Reine" which is French for "The Comic Ballet of the Queen".
Ballet started in France, which is why all ballet terms are in French.
Russia started ballet..............................
Ballet was not introduced to Russia, that's where ballet started
I am not quite sure how ballet started, but I do know that ballet either started in France or Russia. Why can't you look this up?
The ballet was actually french, but was started in Russia
Ballet was started by the Russians but then adopted by the French who gave names to all the steps.
not one person really started ballet. But, i would have that king Louis the 14 of France helped originate it. okay what is ballet
Ballet started in Italy and was later brought to France, where king Louis named the steps, and many ballet schools were opened.
romantic ballet started in the 1800's.
Ballet started in Italy and quickly migrated to France
Ballet started in Europe then spreaded throughout the country
because that's wher ballet started
No. It started in France
Ballet first started in the early 1600's
Ballet (basically) in Italy, but started to evolve into the ballet we know today in the courts of King Louis the 14th of France.
No, it actually didn't, even though the Classical Ballet words are in French. Classical Ballet first started in Italy!
Louis the XIV started the first ballet school in France
No, it originally started in Italy, but ballet moves names are French, because it was so popular there.
"My little sister started ballet classes last week because she loves to dance."
Difficult to say, but the very first recorded water ballet was 1891 in Berlin, Germany.
In 1661 by Louis XIV