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"The female Corps de Ballet, particularly as the Wilis, was utterly impressive in its disciplined delivery and unit." – The Globe and Mail. Members of the Corps de Ballet in rehearsal. Photo by Sian Richards.

7 Reasons Guys Should Take Ballet

"The female Corps de Ballet, particularly as the Wilis, was utterly impressive in its disciplined delivery and unit." – The Globe and Mail. Members of the Corps de Ballet in rehearsal. Photo by Sian Richards.

Mariinsky Theater's Corps Ballet, Saint Petersburg, Russia

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swan lake rehearsal or corps de ballet by BalletArt on Etsy, $350.00

swan lake rehearsal or corps de ballet by BalletArt on Etsy, $350.00

Corps de ballet member Dara Johnson warming up before New York City Ballet's morning company class.

Corps de ballet member Dara Johnson warming up before New York City Ballet's morning company class.

L&P #1072: Corps de Ballet Fitted Bodice and Romantic Tutu with Basque and Panty — Dance Performance Pattern for 18" Dolls

L&P #1072: Corps de Ballet Fitted Bodice and Romantic Tutu with Basque and Panty — Dance Performance Pattern for 18 inch dolls

L&P #1072: Corps de Ballet Fitted Bodice and Romantic Tutu with Basque and Panty — Dance Performance Pattern for 18" Dolls

Lee & Pearl Pattern 1072: Corps de Ballet for 18 Inch; Dolls features a FITTED BODICE with pointed front, piped neckline and low back and a just-like-the-real-thing ROMANTIC TUTU with attached BASQUE and PANTY.

Lee & Pearl Pattern 1072: Corps de Ballet for 18 Inch; Dolls features a FITTED BODICE with pointed front, piped neckline and low back and a just-like-the-real-thing ROMANTIC TUTU with attached BASQUE and PANTY.

finethankyouandyou:    Corps de Ballet dancer in the wings. Paris Opera Ballet.  Photo by Gilles Tapie

finethankyouandyou: Corps de Ballet dancer in the wings. Paris Opera Ballet. Photo by Gilles Tapie

Dancers in Pink (c.1886). Edgar Degas (French, 1834-1917). Pastel on paper, mounted on cardboard. The Norton Simon Museum. This picture is a pure pastel, whose range of textures—from gleaming silk to airy tulle to powdery, gas-lit flesh—Degas seems to have achieved without wetting or mixing media. Two corps de ballet dancers, peculiarly anonymous in their matching costumes and poses, turn “upstage,” away from an imaginary audience beyond the picture plane.

Dancers in Pink (c.1886). Edgar Degas (French, 1834-1917). Pastel on paper, mounted on cardboard. The Norton Simon Museum. This picture is a pure pastel, whose range of textures—from gleaming silk to airy tulle to powdery, gas-lit flesh—Degas seems to have achieved without wetting or mixing media. Two corps de ballet dancers, peculiarly anonymous in their matching costumes and poses, turn “upstage,” away from an imaginary audience beyond the picture plane.

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