modern ballet


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Noun1.modern ballet - a style of ballet that admits a wider variety of movementsmodern ballet - a style of ballet that admits a wider variety of movements
ballet, concert dance - a theatrical representation of a story that is performed to music by trained dancers
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1, the historic Bodrum Castle will be hosting five classical and modern ballet productions from Turkey and abroad in seven performances, according to the festival's website.
1872: Sergei Pavlovich Diaghilev, often known as Serge and credited with being the father of modern ballet, was born in Novgorod, Russia.
There were moments of modern ballet - beautifully performed by Dominic North in the eponymous role.
Times of Oman spoke with the company's award-winning director and chief choreographer, Martin SchlEnpfer, about his work and modern ballet Can you describe how your choreography is created?
A LIVERPOOL dancer who helped popularise modern ballet in the US and performed until his mid-90s, has died.
In just over four years, Emma achieved distinctions and merits in dance and will now go on to complete a BA in Modern Ballet at the school in Glasgow.
A modern ballet troupe from Sendai in Miyagi Prefecture, which was severely hit by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster in Japan, held a charity performance Thursday evening in New York.
One of the giants of contemporary dance, often credited as shaping the direction of modern ballet, American-born Forsythe has spent the lion's share of his career in Germany.
They will be performing a collaborative piece, 'Mini Ballet in Nine Minutes' that will showcase techniques from both classical and modern ballet," she added.
The self-taught dance group will showcase their skills in contemporary jazz, modern ballet and jump jive dance.
These ladies perform classical and modern ballet pieces in an hilarious comedy show full of fun and astonishing choreography, proving that you shouldn't take life (or yourself) too seriously.