World Ballet Schools
Editorial projects in different formats will help you learn more about ballet and love it
December 27, 2021
Mikhail Messerer: Classical Ballet as a Life Choice
As fate would have it, choreographer Messerer connected his life with ballet. However, he charted his artistic path all by himself
November 25, 2021
Names of the World Ballet Schools: Agrippina Vaganova
She was a corps de ballet dancer, soloist, choreographer and artistic director, teacher and author of a book. Her training system - the Vaganova method - is relevant to this day
October 26, 2021
Names of the World Ballet Schools: Serge Lifar
He managed to be "at home" both in the world of European ballet and in the emigre environment. At the same time, he never lost a spiritual connection with his Motherland and introduced himself as "Lifar from Kiev"
September 13, 2021
Names of the World Ballet Schools: Sylvie Guillem
This outstanding artist is a real record holder. The youngest etoile of the Grand Opera, the star of both classical and contemporary ballet, the Frenchwoman Sylvie Guillem seems to have made the whole world fall in love with her
August 17, 2021
Names of the World Ballet Schools: Kenneth MacMillan
He started as a dancer and later created more than 40 ballets. Kenneth MacMillan was a master of reality and multi-act plot performances for the Covent Garden Theatre in London.
August 13, 2021
A Brief Excursion into the History of Modern Ballet
The world ballet art was born in the 16th century, and the word “ballet” as such had appeared a century earlier. What important milestones did the genre go through while evolving?
July 26, 2021
Names of the World Ballet Schools: Frederick Ashton
Founder of the English school of ballet, a versatile choreographer, Frederick Ashton left a valuable dance legacy and brought up a galaxy of outstanding artists and choreographers.
June 25, 2021
Names of the World's Ballet Schools: Jerome Robbins
He expressed the American spirit in dance, created more than 60 ballets and became a star producer of musicals. Jerome Robbins is one of the “fathers” of dance art in America.