Before joining Paris Opéra she danced in many ballets such as Munich, and Stuttgart, and at age 23 she performed in another ballet that was choreographed by her father called, “LA Sicilien” that jump-started her ballet career. Taglioni became most famous when danced as a danseuse at the Paris Opera when her father created the ballet La Syliphide for her, in 1832 .She left the Ballet of Her Majesty’s Theatre and signed a three-year contract in Saint Petersburg with The Imperial Ballet. July 1845 was when she danced with Lucile Grahn, Carlotta Grisi and Fanny Cerrito. Taglioni retired from performing in 1847 and later died in Mareseille on April 22, 1884.
La syliphide is a romantic ballet that was separated into two acts. There are two versions of this ballet the original one is choreographed by Filippo Taglioni in 1832. The second verison was choreographed by August Bournoville. The Bourneville’s version is the only ballet that survived making it the one of the oldest ballets that survived. The Taglioni version was created to showcase his daughter’s talent. La Syliphide was the first ballet where en