Our April issue is here! The gorgeous cover of ballerina Diana Vishneva, photographed by Gene Schiavone, has already reached more than 77,000 people on facebook – now here’s the magazine to go with it! This month, we have interviews with Vishneva and Ballet Black’s Kanika Carr, a debate on performance style in the ballets of Frederick Ashton, reports from Munich, New York and more…
Nutcracker season is here again! Our festive December cover shows Scottish Ballet’s Sophie Martin and Christopher Harrison in Peter Darrell’s version of the ballet, wearing the new designs by Lez Brotherston. This month’s issue has a focus on choreographer-directors, with features on Darrell, Christopher Wheeldon, Cathy Marston and more…
The Maryinsky ballerina Diana Vishneva will appear at the London Coliseum in April, dancing her show Diana Vishneva: On the Edge. The evening is a double bill of works created for Vishneva, Jean-Christophe Maillot’s Switch and Carolyn Carlson’s Woman in a Room.
Nominations for the 15th National Dance Awards have been announced. The dance section of the Critics’ Circle, a group of more than 50 dance writers and critics, votes on the awards.
Leading figures in the ballet world, in St Petersburg and abroad, have protested against the unexpected appointment of Nikolai Tsiskaridze as acting rector of the Vaganova Ballet Academy.
American Ballet Theatre (ABT) has announced its 2014 spring season at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York. Running from May 12 to July 5, it includes the company premiere of Frederick Ashton’s Cinderella, a Shakespeare celebration and a revival of Léonide Massine’s Gaîté Parisienne.
This week, dance fans can see everything from a lavish fairytale to a show that puts theatre technicians centre stage.
The Maryinsky Ballet concludes its London season this week. Ekaterina Kondaurova and American star David Hallberg dance Swan Lake tonight, followed on Tuesday by Anna Karenina, a UK premiere.
We welcome The Maryinsky Ballet, whose London summer season opens at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden tonight.
Sadler’s Wells has announced its autumn season for 2011. The programme is dominated by a new Out of Asia strand, with artists and themes from China, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Japan and Taiwan. There are also new works from Clod Ensemble (pictured, photograph by Manuel Vason), Fabulous Beast, Rambert Dance Company, Wayne McGregor and ZooNation.