Petersburg Imperial Theatres

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Imperial Circle
... An Imperial Circle (Latin Circulus imperii, plural Circuli imperii German Reichskreis, plural Reichskreise) comprised a regional grouping of territories of the Holy Roman Empire, primarily for ... member of the Circle Diet would hold membership of the Imperial Diet as well ...
Ballets By Cesare Pugni - Russia
... Petersburg to stage La Esmeralda for the ballerina Fanny Elssler, who was engaged as guest ballerina by the Imperial Ballet ... While in the Imperial capital Perrot was offered the position of Premier Maître de Ballet to begin in the 1850-1851 season, which he accepted ... Petersburg Imperial Theatres ...
Imperial China
... Imperial China (also called the Empire of China or the Chinese Empire) may refer to the history of China from 221 BC to AD 1912, or to the government of China in that period ... See Imperial era of Chinese history Early Imperial China Mid-Imperial China Late Imperial China Empire of China (1915–1916), the short-lived dynasty ...
Ludwig Minkus - Russia - Collaborations With Marius Petipa
... Petersburg Imperial Ballet, Minkus came to the attention of the renowned choreographer Marius Petipa ... Petipa arrived in the imperial capital in 1847, where he was engaged as Premier danseur to the Imperial Theatres, as well as assistant to the Ballet Master Jules Perrot, who served as Premier Maître de ... Petersburg Imperial Theatres since 1850, a post which was created especially for him when he accompanied Perrot to Russia that same year ...
Imperial - Other
... The Imperials, vocal group The Imperial Presidency Little Anthony The Imperials, American doo-wop vocal group Imperial Presidency, describes the presidency ... Age of Empires Imperial, a song by Primal Scream The Imperial (album), a Flipmode Squad album ...

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