It’s a big year for ballet lovers. On Wednesday, November 1, get ready to celebrate the 10th anniversary of World Ballet Day! For the past decade, the annual event has given viewers an inside look at classes, rehearsals, and performance previews through livestreams from companies across the globe. This year’s celebration, hosted by The Royal Ballet, […]
6 LGBTQ+ Artists Who Work in Traditionally Binary Dance Forms—Ballet, Ballroom, Irish Dance—Share Their Experiences
The dance industry is no stranger to queerness, or the diverse, overlapping populations whose sexual orientation, gender identity, or some combination thereof fall under the vast umbrella of the LGBTQ+ community.
The American Ballet Theatre principal is pushing herself—and ballet—to be better.
Dear Dance Lovers, If there’s one word to describe ballet dancers, it’s passionate. We are a devoted bunch, whether it means committing to a heavy training schedule, watching endless ballet clips on YouTube or reading up on everything there is to know about our beloved artform. That’s why we’ve created Pointe+—our brand-new digital platform for serious […]
Meet Cira Robinson, who trained under Arthur Mitchell at Dance Theatre of Harlem and joined London’s Ballet Black in 2008.
Join Dance Magazine for an online master class in petit allegro with Courtney Nitting of Kansas City Ballet on Monday, June 27, 2022.
From Manon’s bedroom pas de deux to Sonya Tayeh’s entwined ensembles in Moulin Rouge! The Musical, intimacy is everywhere in dance. Here’s how intimacy coordinator Anisa Tejpar helps dancers feel safe.
There’s more than one path to ballet success. We got the scoop from four indie ballerinas, who shared their journeys to freelancing, their daily must-dos and the rich opportunities of a solo career.