corps de ballet

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Synonyms for corps de ballet

the chorus of a ballet company

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Organised by Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities, the Stars of Bolshoi Theatre - Moscow, which includes nine principal dancers and nine corps de ballet, will undoubtedly impress Bahrain's audiences.
05) between rankings can be seen between soloists and both dancers from the corps de ballet and first artists for the percentage of the day spent at sedentary, low, and moderate intensities.
They were a real find, fresh, young and with an enthusiastic and spirited corps de ballet.
These dancing moms are blazing a trail other members of the corps de ballet have the option to follow.
This question eventually led her to stop dancing and pursue how she might participate in a corps de ballet that creates equitable systems and institutions.
CORPS de Ballet International will present a lifetime achievement award to Judith Chazin-Bennahum at its 13th Annual Teacher Conference.
She was an 18-year-old member of the corps de ballet for the Pacific Northwest Ballet.
2 -- color) The main corps de ballet dancers in Pam Rossi's Dance Ten Studio production of ``The Nutcracker'' pose together before tonight's show.
These talented dancers are role models for others in the cast and corps de ballet, as well as for the children who attend their performances.
When Elena Lobsanova steps onstage to perform the First Fairy variation in The Sleeping Beauty, the National Ballet of Canada corps de ballet member has a natural aristocracy.
Taking after Petipa, Grigorovich became a master of the corps de ballet.
2006), I was baffled by her omission of the corps de ballet.
PNB corps de ballet member Lesley Rausch, who has danced the role (called "Commedia" instead of "Mirlitons") in former artistic director Kent Stowell's Nutcracker for five years, loves its theatricality.
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