TOP 10 Ballet Photos

These are my favourite Ballet Photos

Prima Ballerina Iana Salenko

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Photo by ballerinaproject in Royal Opera House London

 

Rainer Krenstetter as Loge in Maurice Béjart “Ring um den Ring”

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photo by Staatsballett Berlin

 

Polina Semionova with her little babyboy

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photo on Instgram at polinasemionovaofficial

 

Katja Wünsche and William Moore in Christian Spuck’s “Anna Karenina”

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Juliet Doherty at St. Monica Beach

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photo by ballerinaproject

 

Steven McRae as Mad Hatter in Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland

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photo  by Tim P. Whitby, gettyimages

 

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

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photo by Andrew Eccles

 

Ballet and City Serie

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photo by Vladimir Chikin

 

Polina Semionova and Vladimir Malakhov in L’après-midi du faun by Staatsballett Berlin

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Photo by Staatsballett Berlin

 

4 Ballerina in “Wonderland” – Washington Ballet

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photo by Cade Martin

 

 

TOP 10 Classical Ballet Companies

Top of the Ballet World

All rankings are subjective but first in mind I am thinking of the TOP 6  which have been internationally famous for decades and are the most common ones. These ballet companies are considered as such because they have a Ballet School, a repertoire,  a great corps, and have survived more than one director.

What do you think? Which company you love most?

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Degas Ballerina re-created in Valentino for 15.000 Dollars

Harper’s Bazaar just did an amazing photo-shoot with rising star Misty Copeland, the first African American Female Principal Dancer with A.B.T., channeling the famous Degas ballerinas in Designer dresses of Valentino, Roberto Cavalli and Alexander McQueen.

Misty Copeland Degas.jpgMisty Copeland in Valentino – photoshoot By Haper’s Bazaar

Why are Degas paintings still popular today?

I love the paintings of Degas, as his works transport us into the inner sanctum of the ballerina. As observers within the Paris rehearsal rooms, we see the dancers as they really are – authentic, hard working and totally focussed on their bodies and their movement. The smallest details reveal themselves within the paintings – the rustle of a skirt, the quiet word of the ballet master to correct a movement or the preparing for an arabesque.
It’s a world away from the performance stage where the dancers appear perfect and totally in control.

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