New season, new beginnings! With this issue, Dancing Times incorporates our sister magazine, Dance Today, which for nearly 60 years covered all aspects of social dancing. The new combined magazine goes back to our roots: from the beginning, Dancing Times covered all kinds of dance, from the ballroom to the stage. The new issue […]
The Edinburgh International Festival has announced its 2015 programme. Dance highlights include flamenco star Israel Galván (pictured), Sylvie Guillem, Zürich Ballet and Les Ballets C de la B. This year’s festival runs from August 7 to 31.
The Edinburgh International Festival has announced its 2015 programme. Dance highlights include Sylvie Guillem, Israel Galván, Zürich Ballet and Les Ballets C de la B. This year’s festival runs from August 7 to 31.
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 new season at the Lilian Baylis features talks, intimate works and more from the Sadler’s Wells Wild Card series, which gives young artists the chance to programme an evening of work they admire.
Sadler’s Wells has announced a “new wave” of associate artists, ranging from flamenco star Rocío Molina (pictured) to Chinese company TAO Dance Theatre. The new scheme is designed to promote and support the next generation of artists, alongside the existing associate programme of established performers and choreographers.
DanceXchange has announced a season of special performances to celebrate its ten years based at Birmingham Hippodrome. The birthday season will include a UK premiere from Chinese company TAO Dance Theatre (pictured) and the world premiere of Aakash Odedra’s new work, Rising.
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.
American Dance Festival’s 2011 season will feature eight world premieres and performances by the Paul Taylor Dance Company, Bill T. Jones, Pilobolus and Eiko & Koma.