Types of Ballet Dances. Ballet arose in Italy thanks to the Renaissance, at a time when bureaucratic influences were in relief, between the 15th and 16th centuries, in the late 16th century it developed in France under the guidance of Louis XIV of France at the royal academy.
What are the different ballet classes?
Among the most outstanding ballets we can name the romantic ballet characterized by an interest in imaginary issues, the classical ballet which was characterized by its extravagances, the classical ballet that highlights the extravagances of the imperial courts, the neoclassical ballet, the Italian ballet, the American ballet among others.
The characteristics that can be seen in these dances are that of unrequited love or a pity that some of the dancers show on stage, but are immersed in an imaginary world, the producers of these ballets tend to develop ballet by mixing it with the supernatural.
Highlights in the current of classical ballet the representations of the imperial courts of that time a whole manifestation of styles, techniques that move the viewer to live the time of the imperialists, the dancers had aspects of untouchable maidens who called them statuesque.
In this technique, it is possible to notice the differences in certain structures related to the dancers’ steps, although they are very similar to classical ballet, in neoclassical ballet the usual rigidity of classical ballet is lost, so the dancers achieve movements with more releases.
The Russian ballet
What stands out about this ballet class is the great vitality that is very comparable to the French ballet school, in its beginnings this had great relevance due to its great resemblance, the promoters of this ballet was Pedro el Grande; although the development of Russian ballet occurred in the 20th century.