- American ballet
- Australian ballet
- Ballerinas; famous ballerinas
- Ballet dancers, male dancers
- Ballet Russe
- Blogs and journals
- British ballet
- Choreographers, ballet choreography
- Famous choreographers
- Dictionaries, encyclopedias, terms
- European ballet
- French ballet
- History of ballet
Ballet; ballet companies, dancers, famous ballets, choreographers; a guide to websites
See also: Dance
American ballet *
Australian ballet *
The Australian Ballet
The largest classical ballet company in Australia.
A directory of resources.
Ballerinas; famous ballerinas *
Ballet dancers, male dancers *
Western stereotype of the male ballet dancer.
Ballet web directories
Links to ballet websites, international ballet resources.
Les biches (1924) is a ballet by Bronislava Nijinska to music by Francis Poulenc, premiered by the Ballets Russes.
Behind the scenes of Birmingham Royal Ballet’s production.
Romeo and Juliet
Ballet Russe *
Ballets Russes Project
The Ballets Russes Project celebrated the vision and legacy of three legendary ballet companies that toured to Australia between 1936 and 1940.
All Russian ballet tickets in one place. RussianBroadway.com is really useful website for all Ballet aficionados, who are planning their trip to Russia and would like to see The Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, Giselle and other masterpieces of Russian ballet in Mariinsky (ex-Kirov) Theatre, Mikhailovsky (ex-Mussorgsky) Theatre, Aleksandrinsky Theatre and others by their own eyes. You can book ticket for famous Russian ballet shows in couple of minutes and receive it online or have it delivered to your hotel, cruise-ship or theatre itself right before the show.
Blogs and journals *
The Arts Desk dance section.
A website showcasing some of the best specialist arts journalism.
The Ballet Bag
Capsule biographies, ballet fact cards, review roundups and commentary on social media, crossing over with other art forms and cultural references (pop culture, cinema, rock music ). In addition to their own content they use web 2.0 to network with dance fans, companies, dancers, writers, bloggers, etc. sharing what’s good, fun and interesting in the balletsphere.
DanceTabs is a dance news site, with contributions by writers and critics of experience. They look to cast a sharp eye over what is happening and ‘tell it like it is in happiness or sorrow’, both here and via social media.
A bimonthly publication devoted to ballet news, reviews and features.
British ballet *
Contemporary dance in the UK from The Place,
The Richard Alston Dance Company.
Choreographers, ballet choreography *
Famous choreographers *
Classical ballet, Wikipedia entry.
A gateway to ballet and dance companies present on the internet.
An alphabetical list with links to selected dances and choreographers.
Criticaldance.com. A forum for dancers.
An internet ballet magazine.
Dictionaries, encyclopedias, terms *
European ballet *
Wikipedia entry on ballet.
European ballet companies
Papers in the Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library.
Forum for dancers. Criticaldance.com
A forum for dancers, with reviews, articles and interviews.
French ballet *
Ballet companies in France, a website directory.
Some links are obsolete.
History of ballet *
Andros on Ballet
Andros on Ballet is a collection of articles about ballet history and classical ballet technique written by Dick Andros, a ballet teacher and writer who was based in New York City.
Dancing Online, History of Ballet
How ballet evolved from the courts of Renaissance Italy to the revival of interest in the 1960s.
The history of ballet.
The History of Ballet
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