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From Diva to Woman

As Diana Vishneva brings her show On the Edge to London, she talks to Zoë Anderson about finding fresh challenges All photographs: Danil Golovkin. “It’s important to have a diverse career,” explains ballerina Diana Vishneva. “Not only as an actor, a performer, but also as a dancer – to teach your body all the varieties of movement […]

DC dancing

The Washington Ballet, which last year celebrated its 40th anniversary, is now under the artistic direction of Julie Kent, former principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre. Kent has announced an excellent repertoire for the 2017–18 season, which opens at the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC on October 4 with […]

Dancing into village halls

Six dance companies will tour to small rural venues across the UK this autumn, supported by Rural Touring Dance Initiative (RTDI). Supported by the National Rural Touring Forum (NRTF), the programme includes works by bgroup, Hiccup, Uchenna, James Wilton, Keira Martin, Just Us Dance Theatre and Lost Dog. Bgroup’s Point of Echoes is the first […]

September 2017 issue

September 2017 issue New season, new beginnings! We look ahead to the dance events of autumn, including the return of Strictly Come Dancing, Ben Duke’s new work for Rambert and ballerina Svetlana Lunkina on her new life in Canada…             Life after the Bolshoi Margaret Willis meets former Bolshoi ballerina […]

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