Visual and performing arts have found their way through into almost all aspects of design ranging from theatre, music to technological designs. As a result, the scholars in the field have been busy analyzing the ancient and the present arts and how they can influence future artistic development. One of the stage performances which have drawn attention of visual artists is the ballet (Gabrielsson 510).

Ballet performance utilizes almost all elements and principles of visual arts. First, line element is used in ballet as a melody to connect all notes through time (Gouyon and Dickson 44). When any music in ballet reaches its climax, lines are virtually used to draw the shape indicating the climax. Additionally, space features in ballet as a silence to create varied sound timbers. Furthermore, implementing different lines and spaces give rise to the texture element that is a main feature to maintain the rhythm in the ballet.

As a visual art design principle; balance features most in the ballet. In this regard, melodic transformation and some timely repetition are used in the ballet. Interestingly, dancers in ballet are able to keep both their hips and shoulders including their heads vertically aligned at the same time making a complete turnaround. This implies the proper adherence to orchestration, proportion, union of variety and contrast in the ballet among other principles. Finally, the color element has played a key role in making of such a ballet's contrast.

Moreover, the art of ballet performance can be made effective and interesting by combining both the visual and aural experiences. Primarily, the visual part of any performance plays a different role from the aural part. However, according Banton (2009), a music psychologist; note errors can be minimized by combining the two as he argued;"visual feedback is utilized by pianists in order to guide the discrete movements of the hands over the keyboard, but that the degree to which it is relied upon is dependent on the pianist's familiarity with the sight-reading situation itself"( Eventually, I can conclude that coordination, movement, rhythm and ballet mastery totally relies on combination of the elements discussed above enhanced with combination of both visual and aural experiences.