Recently, a girlfriend of mine asked wherein the san Francisco Ballet ranked in the world, and asked if there to be an official list or ranking.

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Tonight, at a Trainee Performance v the mountain Francisco Ballet, ns asked one of the dancers this question.

This dancer comment by saying that there no an main ranking, however while there’s a basic consensus, balletomanes certainly may vary among their opinions.

This dancer’s rankings were the following:

Paris Opera Ballet / Mariinsky Ballet

Royal Opera Ballet

Stuttgart Ballet

San Francisco Ballet

New York City Ballet / nationwide Ballet the Canada

I welcome others comments, thoughts, and also opinions top top this topic.


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What no Vaganova? No Bolshoi?


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Former pro, current... Accountant!

Vaganova cultivate is at the Mariinsky (formerly Kirov), i beg your pardon OP mentioned.

I agree about Bolshoi, though! That should be included.


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Yeah ABT should be in there for sure. Not sure around San Fran being up there with the huge boys.... It's not a bad firm to it is in sure. But a people ranking? not sure around that. Dunno though.


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Former pro, current... Accountant!

SFB is among the ideal national carriers (I'd likewise include Boston Ballet and also PNB), however yeah, i don't think I'd location them together a top global company.


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Bolshoi and...? definitely not Mariinsky anymore! Edit: royal Ballet


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Genuinely curious, what occurred with Mariinsky?


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What about ABT?


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Veronika Part, Diana Vishneva, Maria Kochetkova, Daniil Simkin, Roberto Bolle, Herman Cornejo, Hee Seo, Alban Lendorf, Marcelo Gomes.

That is one American-ass company. :p


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Bolshoi needs to be 1 or 2. It's cute that the dancer ranked your own firm over NYCB. Most world would disagree. Back in the day, you could've said Mariinsky,but now :(


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San Francisco Ballet performs Ballanchine (the founder that NYCB) much much better than NYCB, Paris Opera Ballet, and others, in the opinion of countless balletomanes, and also repertoires from the Ballanchine trust (who need to be current during the rehearsals).


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Where can the Australian Ballet fit into all of this?


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Down under under the peak 5

Sorry, had to do it ;)


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Hi, putting numbers on together a subjective point is really hard, the being said, i can't think the a single reason for having Paris opera ballet in the top 5 of anything, they're extremely overrated.

And the nationwide ballet the Canada also is a rather small company beside the rather in your top, if no ''ballet superstar" is in a company, ns can't think that it as a significant one.


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Eifman Ballet the St. Petersburg. If you haven't been, go.

It's more theatrical than plenty of ballet companies, however absolutely ballet.

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Stuttgart is an extremely well regarded.


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