corps de ballet
noun (plural corps de ballet) Etymology: French Date: 1818 the ensemble of a ballet company

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  • Corps de ballet — In this scene from Swan Lake, the corps de ballet is forming a V at the front of the stage. They are directing attention to the principal dancer in the spotlight. The dancers behind her are also corps de ballet and form a backdrop. In ballet, the …   Wikipedia

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  • Ballet San Jose — in San Jose, California, USA, was founded in 1986 as the San Jose Cleveland Ballet, a co venture with the ten year old Cleveland Ballet which offered to the dancers added performing exposure, and each city a ballet company for a moderate, shared… …   Wikipedia

  • Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo — was an influential ballet company founded by René Blum and Colonel Vassily de Basil in 1933. The company followed Sergei Diaghilev s Ballets Russes, which had stopped operating when Diaghilev died in 1929. In 1938 the company was split into two:… …   Wikipedia

  • CORPS — s. m. Portion de matière qui forme un tout individuel et distinct. Tout corps a trois dimensions, longueur, largeur, et profondeur. Corps solide. Corps naturel. Corps physique. Corps simple. Corps mixte. Corps vivant. Corps composé. Corps… …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • CORPS — n. m. Portion de matière qui forme un tout individuel et distinct. Tout corps a trois dimensions : longueur, largeur et profondeur. Corps simple. Corps composé. Corps organique. Corps inorganique. Corps aérien, léger, pesant, diaphane,… …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • Ballet company — A ballet company is a group of dancers who perform ballets.MembersA ballet company usually consists of:* Artistic director * Ballet mistress or Ballet master * Choreographer * Prima ballerinas * Ballerinas * Principal dancers * Soloists * Corps… …   Wikipedia

  • corps — noun (plural corps) Etymology: French, from Old French cors, from Latin corpus body Date: 1707 1. a. an organized subdivision of the military establishment < Marine Corps > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • De La Salle — College of Saint Benilde Established 1988 Type Private Religious affiliation Roman Catholic, Lasallian …   Wikipedia

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