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Dance Gazette

Dance Gazette
Dance Gazette is our highly-respected international dance publication produced to contribute to our mission to promote knowledge, understanding and practice of dance.

It is published three times a year (February, June and October) and is distributed to 13,000 members and friends internationally. It is now also available to non-members as a single issue and as a subscription which starts at only £9.99. 

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Latest issue

When dance has been your life, what do you do next? The June 2014 issue of Dance Gazette lifts the curtain on how dancers transition to new careers. Our cover star, Cuban phenomenon Carlos Acosta, exclusively explains his preparation for new careers – as a director, writer, actor and producer. Dame Gillian Lynne reflects on a life in dance, while dazzling artists Akram Khan and Israel Galván describe the impact of fatherhood on their careers. Transitions can be difficult – we eavesdrop on an innovative life-coaching scheme for dancers and ask if teaching is always the best next move. We also hear vivid stories about farewell performances from star dancers including Darcey Bussell, Li Cunxin and Jenifer Ringer. Also, you’ll want to see our fabulous infographic – how does a night at the ballet compare to football, concerts or clubbing?

features

Culture wars
How does ballet compare with other forms of fun? Our nifty infographic has the answers.

Master and commander
Carlos Acosta reveals how he is taking his destiny into his own hands.

Second life
Embracing a new career can be a daunting decision for a dancer. A pioneering lifecoaching scheme can help.

Dad dancing
Akram Khan and Israel Galván on mixing kathak and flamenco, and the lifechanging effect of fatherhood.

The final curtain
How does it feel to say goodbye? Darcey Bussell, Li Cunxin and other star dancers recall their farewell performances.

New shoes
Teaching can be the perfect career after dance – but not a default option. Can RAD programmes make the choice clearer?

My best photo
As the RAD launches its members’ photo competition, leading photographers share advice and favourite images.

What I’ve Learned
Dame Gillian Lynne on nine decades in dance