- The Pointework from Gaynor Minden
Dancers are artists who deserve no less than the very best that human intelligence and imagination can deliver. To truly serve dancers well, it is essential to recognize that they are athletes as well as artists and that the dancers body is her instr ...
- Perfect Pointe
Our collection of articles has been created with dancers and researchers in mind. All articles, if not written by someone in our organization, are credited to the original writers or magazine in which they were originally published. ...
- Gottfried Helnwein
This is one of the most fascinating collaborations between two outstanding artists in Germanys theater scene. Both were born in Austria and share the rebelious, anarchistic attitude that so often caused controversy. ...
- Ballet Book Workbook series
The Ballet Book series of workbooks was created to give teachers and students supplemental materials to reinforce classroom work. Each ballet illustration has been designed to be technically correct in position and staging. Vocabulary phonetics ar ...
- Ballet Dictionary
American Ballet Theatres Online Ballet Dictionary, a unique interactive resource designed to bring dance to the Web and make it accessible to everyone. Dover Publications has graciously allowed the use of 170 terms from the Technical Manual and Dicti ...
- Russian Classical Ballet
Ballet in Russia was created by foreigners and yet it is most definitely Russian. In the 17th century ballet was introduced into Russia by the second Romanov ruler Tsar Alexis Mikhailovich 16291676, reigned from 1645 for his wedding festivities. Pete ...
- Ballet in Russia
This site devoted to the Russian classical ballet, its history, outstanding choreographers, ballet teachers, ballet dancers, musicians, ballet education, photo gallery. ...
- The Making Leap Into Ballet
Somewhere along the line, nearly everyones education has included some basic instruction in music, art, and drama. But not so dance, especially ballet, which has come to be viewed as a rarefied art form only for the most cultured. Its really too bad, ...
- The Variations
Ballet did not take its full form as we know it today until the mid19th century. Until that time, ballet was mainly categorized as a series of graceful movements. There was yet to be an actual ballet with composed music. ...
- Ballet Classical Method
Ballet the Classical Method, Level One was designed in collaboration between Lucy Ennis and Helen Evans, both highly experienced dancers and teachers of Ballet. Instead of emphasis on any one school of ballet training, the style in this program prese ...