Nureyev, an iconic figure of the ballet world, is the subject of the film, “The White Crow.” As dance insiders, here’s what we thought of the movie, directed by Ralph Fiennes and starring Oleg Ivenko.
Every dance studio owner could use a friend to help you stay strong during the ups and downs of business ownership. Suzanne Gerety of Dance Studio Owner discusses the milestone of supporting dance studio owners for ten years and the upcoming Energize event with tools for studio success that will energize you for next season.
Choreographers often find music for dances in the same place: from other dancers, making it tough to use something unique. Avoid overused composers and songs with these 3 tips.
Richard Maddock’s second album with piano music to accompany your dance classes for children is just as beautiful, useful and expressive as his first.
Creating crowdsourced campaigns for dance project funding is easy, but simply posting a project online and waiting for the donations to roll in is not enough. Find out what works.
Alla Osipenko was one of the great Russian ballerinas. Her name calls to mind Soviet dancer defections, the KGB and the Cold War. Learn more about her in this review of Joel Lobentnal’s enthralling biography on this unique figure in dance.