Ken Browar and Deborah Ory – the husband-and-wife team behind the NYCDance Project – have their second dance photography book coming out next week: The Style of Movement: Fashion and Dance. Their … [Read more...] about The Style of Movement: Fashion and Dance – a new book of dance photography from NYC Dance Project
American Ballet Theatre’s new production of Whipped Cream, choreographed by ABT Artist in Residence Alexei Ratmansky, will receive its world premiere at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts from 15 – 19 … [Read more...] about Hallberg returns to ABT – Ratmansky’s casting for Whipped Cream premiere is announced
NYC Dance Project – husband and wife team, Ken Browar and Deborah Ory – have produced some of the most widely circulated images of dance on the internet. Leaps and other gymnastic feats will always be … [Read more...] about The Art of Movement – a glorious new book from NYC Dance Project
Photographer Albert Ayzenberg was born in the Ukraine, transferring to the United States when he was a child. It was there that he received his first camera. Since I was a little boy I've been … [Read more...] about Albert Ayzenberg photographing dancers, “it’s not just about capturing a beautiful silhouette”
18-year-old Vincenzo di Primo was one of the seven winners at the annual Prix de Lausanne, taking away the Albert Amon Foundation scholarship which will give him the opportunity to train for a year at … [Read more...] about 18-year-old Vincenzo di Primo on winning at Lausanne and studying at the Vienna Ballet Academy
Repeating the success of last year’s ballet gala, Daniele Cipriani once again presents a Les Étoiles evening in Rome. Tonight and tomorrow night – 23 and 24 January – there is the opportunity to catch … [Read more...] about The stars will come out in Rome tonight – Cipriani ballet gala
You’ve heard of the NYC Dance Project and seen its beautiful series of dance photos: carefully lit and glamorously shot. Its images, featuring some of the world’s best dancers, adorn thousands of … [Read more...] about New York City Dance Project “capturing emotion through movement”
Paul Seaquist is a ballet impresario, which conjures up an image of a Diaghilev figure with a fur-collared coat and silver-topped cane. However, Seaquist is quite different physically: a recent … [Read more...] about Paul Seaquist, ballet impresario: thinking outside the box
Roberto Bolle and Friends is up and running with two dates in Genoa already ticked off the list. Tomorrow comes the Verona date at that biggest of all dance venues, the 15,000-seater Roman … [Read more...] about Roberto Bolle & Friends arrives in Verona: not drunk and not vulgar!
Roberto Bolle is a serious person. He does half-an-hour of stretching and abs as soon as he gets out of bed, he doesn't drink coffee with his breakfast but water ("sometimes warm"), and eats simple, … [Read more...] about Roberto Bolle: Being a star is hard
In addition to the Roberto Bolle & Friends dates in New York and Shanghai, a new group of friends will join him for his Italian leg of the tour. Roberto Bolle & Friends from the American … [Read more...] about Roberto Bolle and Friends from ABT on tour in Italy
While American Ballet Theatre Dancer Daniil Simkin was in Taipei City in Taiwan for an international ballet gala, the Taipei Times took the opportunity to ask him a few questions: You come from a … [Read more...] about An interview with Daniil Simkin
On August 11 and 12 of this years dancers from the American Ballet Theatre, Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, Paris National Opera, New York City Ballet, Bejart Ballet Loussane, Staatts Ballet Berlin, the … [Read more...] about Excerpts of the Buenos Aires Ballet Gala 2011 on YouTube with Mathilde Froustey, Mathias Heymann, Natalia Osipova, Ivan Vasiliev and Daniil Simkin
While all balletomanes wanted to be at the American Ballet Theatre's Swan Lake last night to see Jose Manuel Carreño farewell, there was an extraordinary good 'next best things' in Twitter. From both … [Read more...] about Carreño says goodbye – and with Twitter we were all there: here are the comments and photos
Just over a year ago the New York Times ran an article about Twittering ballet dancers. From London to San Francisco, Moscow to Sydney, we're hearing about muscles and meals, seeing snaps of dressing … [Read more...] about Twitter is making ballet dancers human?
Smartphone photos linked onto a tweet are a great way to let Twitter followers get a glimpse of where you are and what you're up to. Everyone's at it from Hollywood stars to football louts. Ballet … [Read more...] about Ballet Twitter pics