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Marius Petipa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Early life and career. Marius Petipa was born Victor Marius Alphonse Petipa in Marseilles, France on 11 March 1818. His mother Victorine Grasseau was a tragic actress ...

Marius Petipa - Ballet

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Marius Petipa, the father of Russian ballet, son of Jean Petipa actually came from France. Learn more about Marius Petipa on the Ballet.

Marius Petipa - ABT

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Marius Petipa | French-Russian dancer and choreographer ...

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Marius Petipa, (born March 11, 1818, Marseille, France—died July 14 [July 1, Old Style], 1910, Gurzuf, Ukraine, Russian Empire), dancer and choreographer who worked ...

Biography of Marius Petipa : His Life and Work

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Marius Petipa is known as the father of modern Classical Ballet and had a career, mostly spent in the Russian Imperial Ballet, that lasted nearly sixty years.

Marius Petipa – Russiapedia Opera and ballet Prominent ...

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“I can state that I created a ballet company of which everyone said: ‘St. Petersburg has the greatest ballet in all Europe.’” - Marius Petipa

Marius Petipa - New World Encyclopedia

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Marius Ivanovich Petipa (ru. Мариус Иванович Петипа) (March 11, 1818 - July 14, 1910) was a ballet dancer, teacher, and choreographer.

Marius Petipa, French ballet master in St. Petersburg

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Marius Petipa was the greatest choreographer to work at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg. More on Marius Petipa and other famous Frenchmen in St Petersburg ...

Marius Petipa (Choreography) - BalletAndOpera.com

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Marius Petipa (Choreography) Marius Petipa (11 March 1818 – 14 July 1910) - Unrivaled ballet master of the Tsar`s Imperial Ballet of St. Petersburg Russia from ...

Petipa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Petipa or Petipas is a French surname, which may refer to. Jean-Antoine Petipa (1787-1855), French ballet dancer Lucien Petipa (1815-1898), French ballet dancer, son ...