What Year Was Ballet Invented?

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Ballet was invented during the 1400's and 1500's. There is no specific year of when it was actually started. Ballet is a formal kind of performance dance, which started in the Italian Renaissance courts and which was further improved in France, England, and Russia as a performance dance form.
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Precursors to ballet began in Renaissance Italy, and were further developed in France in the 1500s.
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Ballet slowly grew in the last fourteenth century to early fifteenth century. The first dances which evolved into ballet were performed in the Italian courts. For more information
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Nobody really 'invented' ballet. People have always danced. The code of training that we recognise today as classical ballet originated in Italy & France in the 16th century.
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