Anna Rose O'Sullivan – meeting the Royal Ballet's newest star
Royal Ballet principal dancer Anna Rose O'Sullivan talks about her debuts, her partners, coaching, style and being Juliet.
[Interview] Choreographer Hervé Koubi – If we can dance together, we can live together
Interview with French choreographer Hervé Koubi on his social and cultural ideas and ideals and his ‘touching, theatrical and important' dance works.
[Review] Madina – a courageous new dance work at La Scala
Madina is ambitious in its scale and subject (terrorism and violence against women) with a score by Fabio Vacchi and choreography by Mauro Bigonzetti.
Carla Fracci is buried in Milan's Famedio
Today, in a private ceremony, Carla Fracci's ashes were interred in Milan's Cimitero Monumentale (Monumental Cemetery) in Milan.
Zappalà Danza's exquisite 30th Anniversary show: Redoing Bach
For the 30th anniversary of Compagnia Zappalà Danza, Italy's top contemporary troupe, choreographer Roberto Zappalà has created Rifare Bach (Redoing Bach).
The Hervé Koubi company in Milan: touching, theatrical and important
The French-Algerian choreographer Hervé Koubi triumphed at the MILANoLTRE contemporary dance festival with three magnificent works.
Sergei Polunin: 700 years of inferno, purgatory and paradise
Interview with Sergei Polunin, dancer and choreographer of Dante Metànoia at the Ravenna Festival.
Ballet22 – mxn en pointe
Ballet22 pushes the boundaries in ballet by breaking gender stereotypes, specifically by presenting men, mxn, and non-binary artists en pointe.
Roberto Bolle interview: Who I am now
Roberto Bolle talks about starting out in dance, maintaining his body, striving for perfection, Covid and being a lover of simple things.
Bolshoi Ballet director on injury, race, harassment and a new theatre
Makhar Vaziev, director of the Bolshoi Ballet company, talks about the most discussed problems in ballet today, and wanting a third theatre for the Bolshoi.