The ballet-master refused, and the lady swore she would not dance it at all.
At this point the company broke forth in admiration of the ballet-master.
It was written for Lumley, the London manager, but his ballet-master declared the performance of it impossible.
There are young Frenchmen here who would be the admiration of the ballet-master.
As for myself, I have composed a ballet, but the ballet-master did not manage the business well.
The ballet-master began to count the steps for the final movement.
The person who was most assiduous was the ballet-master, Laud, who taught him dancing.
Hearing him speak of dancing, I asked him if he could tell me the address of Dupre, the ballet-master.
The ballet-master shouted, struck his hands together and arranged them in their places.
Kind Charon hurried to bring her wine, the lady revived her with essences, and the ballet-master clamoured for his performers.
a teacher who directs, trains, and choreographs dance at a ballet company