Marie-Thérèse de Subligny

Marie-Thérèse Perdou de Subligny (1666–1735) was a French ballerina. She entered the l'Académie Royale de Musique in 1688, where she succeeded Mademoiselle de Lafontaine as prima ballerina, a position she held until 1707. She appeared mostly in opera ballets of Jean-Baptiste Lully and André Campra. She was the first professional ballerina to appear in England (1702-3). She was seen as one of the Queens of ballet.[1]

Marie-Thérèse de Subligny

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  1. ^ "Marie-Thérèse Subligny". Oxford Reference. Retrieved 9 April 2014.