On Monday, July 24, Dance Magazine’s annual “25 to Watch” feature was brought to the stage for the first time, featuring 12 of 2023’s “25 to Watch” artists. An evening of stellar performances and panel discussions kicked off at 6 pm at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in New York City. Maria Majors, […]
Join Dance Magazine for a master class with one of our 2022 “25 to Watch” picks, Adriana Pierce, on Friday, April 8.
Looking to start off your new year with fresh inspiration? Join Dance Magazine for an online master class with our “25 to Watch” cover star Ogemdi Ude on January 19. In this hourlong session, Ude will teach segments of choreography and improvisation techniques from her upcoming work I know exactly what you mean, set to premiere at Danspace […]
At a moment when our field feels ripe for reinvention, the artists on our annual list of dancers, choreographers and companies poised for a breakout year are brimming with possibilities. Here they are: the 25 movers, makers and multi-hyphenates we believe are shaping the dance world of tomorrow. Keerati Jinakunwiphat Jayme Thornton For Keerati Jinakunwiphat, […]
We’re predicting big things in 2020 for the dance artists on our “25 to Watch” list—but what are they hoping for themselves? Eight of our picks shared their resolutions for the year to come. Mira Nadon Nadon in Peter Martins’ The Sleeping Beauty Erin Baiano, Courtesy NYCB “I am not always one to make a […]
By now, you’ve probably gotten to know our latest “25 to Watch” picks. We’re expecting great things from them in the year to come, but what do they have in mind for 2019? For a little New Year’s inspiration, we asked a few of them to share the resolutions they’ll be carrying into next year. […]
By now, you’re probably as obsessed with the artists on our 2018 “25 to Watch” list as we are. But how do we decide who makes it? One answer is: carefully. Another: It’s a long, long process. It all starts (officially) with an email. Over the summer, we ask Dance Magazine contributors and editors which […]
At the start of the 2017–18 season, Atlanta Ballet will have a new look. According to an article on ArtsATL, many of the company’s well-known faces won’t be returning. Some departures can be attributed to the regular turnover all ballet companies experience at season’s end: Dancers simply retire or sign a contract elsewhere. Still, there’s […]