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September 2015

Posted on September 25, 2015

Next month we are excited to be bringing you a bigger and even better Dancing Times. Running to 124 pages, the magazine will continue to include all the favourites you currently enjoy, but in addition we will be introducing new content by including a range of exciting articles and features covering the worlds of ballroom and social dance, disciplines that have until now been covered by our sister magazine, Dance Today, which will merge with Dancing Times from October.

In many ways, the magazine is returning to its roots, as when Dancing Times was first published in 1910, it reported on all forms of social and stage dancing. Over the past couple of months the Dancing Times and Dance Today team have been busy preparing for the “new” magazine, and we all think it is going to look wonderful! See for yourself in October.Another change will be the departure of Nicola Rayner who, as well as acting as editorial assistant on this magazine, has done an absolutely brilliant job editing Dance Today for nearly six years. She will be much missed by everyone here but, luckily, Nicola will continue to contribute regularly to forthcoming issues of Dancing Times. We wish her every success in the future.

JONATHAN GRAY


Dancing Times, September 2015 Volume 105 Issue 1261

 

Features

21 / Medical imaging for dancers. Dr Brian Mucci discusses the benefits of medical imaging

27 / The Junior Ballet Company of the Vienna State Opera. Jenny Veldhuis introduces the company

34 / les danseurs. New dance photographs by Matthew Brookes

37 / Dancing kings. Dominic Antonucci on the emerging male talent at Birmingham Royal Ballet 


Regulars

 

06 / Dance Matters. Sergei Filin to leave the Bolshoi

11 / Letters

12 / Talking Point. Paul Arrowsmith wonders how to balance old and new works in the repertoire

46 / Dance Scene. Reviews this month include The Car Man and Queensland Ballet

61 / Letter from St Petersburg. Igor Stupnikov has news of the Mikhailovsky Ballet

63 / Notes from New York. Jack Anderson travels to Jacob’s Pillow

65 / Dance Media. Dame Monica Mason reviews a new autobiography

67 / Obituaries. Jonathan Ollivier

69 / Dance People. Christopher Hampson

71 / Dance Health. Debbie Malina looks at the issues around self-harming

74 / Dance Education. The Royal Ballet School

79 / Classified

80 / Where to Learn

89 / Calendar


Into Dance

 

83 / Dancer of the Month. Kevin Poeung interviewed by Margaret Willis 

86 / The Trocks. By Zoë Anderson

Simon Oliver has been production editor of Dancing Times since 2010 and is highly experienced in design across print and online magazine production. Throughout his career, Simon has worked on a diverse range of subjects including music, family history, book collecting and poker.

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