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    La Bayadère ("the temple dancer") (ru. «Баядерка», Bayaderka) is a ballet, originally staged in four acts and seven tableaux by French choreographer Marius Petipa to the music of Ludwig Minkus.

  2. White Russian émigrés were Russian refugees who fled from the territory of the former Russian Empire in the wake of the unstable aftermath of the leftist revolutions: the 1905 Russian Revolution, the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Russian Civil War (1917–1923), and these Russians who were most especially in opposition to the leftist revolutionary Bolshevik Communist Russian political ...

  3. Don Quixote is a ballet in three acts, based on episodes taken from the famous novel Don Quixote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes.It was originally choreographed by Marius Petipa to the music of Ludwig Minkus and first presented by Moscow's Bolshoi Ballet on 26 December [O.S. 14 December] 1869.

  4. The love affair between Mathilde Kschessinska and Nicholas II of Russia. 2018 United States The Romanoffs: Matthew Weiner: Contemporary television series "set around the globe, centering on separate stories about people who believe themselves to be descendants of the Russian royal family. 2019 Russia Union of Salvation: Andrei Kravchuk

  5. Feliks Kszesiński (padre de Mathilde Kschessinska) Reina Giuseppina Cecchetti Princesa Aurora, la Bella Durmiente Carlotta Brianza Lyubov Róslavleva Hada de las lilas Marius Petipa: M. Grachévskaya Bruja Carabosse Enrico Cecchetti [5] Vasili Guéltser Príncipe Désiré Pável Gerdt: Iván Jlyustin El pájaro azul Enrico Cecchetti

  6. The Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet is a school of classical ballet in St Petersburg, Russia.Established in 1738 during the reign of Empress Anna, the academy was known as the Imperial Ballet School until the Soviet era, when, after a brief hiatus, the school was re-established as the Leningrad State Choreographic Institute.

  7. Around 1910, make-up became fashionable in the United States of America and Europe owing to the influence of ballet and theatre stars such as Mathilde Kschessinska and Sarah Bernhardt. Colored makeup was introduced in Paris upon the arrival of the Russian Ballet in 1910, where ochers and crimsons were the most typical shades.