What’s effective about the dance element in Bronstein’s installation is that live bodies not only bring the images to life and but also emphasise the social codes and style of his favoured Baroque period. Continue Reading
"..lately all my dances as an ‘offering’ - to the audience, the world, to nature, to spirits, especially to the wickedest Basque witch I knew... Continue Reading
A launch event for annual competition organised by the world famous makers of ballet shoes for over three generations – took place at the company’s Covent Garden store yesterday, hosted by Kimberly Wyatt... Continue Reading
The training programme may be an opportunity for these graduates to progress their skills but from this culminating tour you can’t help feeling that these talented performers have much more to give.
Three dancers move, stop and move again through the length of the long hall. They dance and pose, flutter their hands, come together and part, echoing one another in stately turns.
Pattern Recognition is the next stage in an evolution of Whitley's digitally-enhanced dance, moving on from 'The Measures Taken', his collaboration with the digital arts studio, Marshmallow Laser Feast... Continue Reading
Grouping young ballet dancers by their developmental rather than chronological age could help lower their risk of injury, a study has suggested. Dancers in vocational training are grouped by age and with full-ti… Continue Reading
Ruth Little, Guest Editor of Dance Umbrella's Definite Article introduces the latest in the series of in-depth writing on dance... Continue Reading
As Hermione, Calvert displays an impressive dramatic range, and dancing of smooth and measured beauty. Her balances are serene and her leitmotif arabesque turns perfectly pitched