My Favorite Ballet Couples

The Art of Partnering

Most ballets are love affairs. Two dancers tell the love story with such commitment and passion that the audience feels as if their love is real. It feels like two human hearts beat in a single time. Ballet lovers are fascinated by long-term dance partnerships.

Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev were certainly the most-loved ballet partnership of all time.

What makes a great dance couple today? It needs more than trust, empathy and respect to create extraordinary partnering. Please tell me your experience?

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My favorite Ballet Photos

which one do you like the most?

Prima Ballerina Iana Salenko

Photo by ballerinaproject in Royal Opera House London

Rainer Krenstetter in Maurice Béjart „Ring um den Ring“

Photo by Staatsballett Berlin
Polina Semionova with her little babyboy
Photo on Instagram at polinasemionovaofficial

Katja Wünsche and William Moore in Christian Spuck’s „Anna Karenina“

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Juliet Doherty at St. Monica Beach

Photo by ballerinaproject

Steven McRae as Mad Hatter in Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland

Photo  by Tim P. Whitby, gettyimages

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Photo by Andrew Eccles

Ballet and City Serie

Photo by Vladimor Chikin

Polina Semionova and Vladimir Malakhov in L’après-midi du faun by Staatsballett Berlin

Photo by Staatsballett Berlin

4 Ballerinas in „Wonderland“ – Washington Ballet

Photo by Cade Martin