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Francesca Hayward stole audience hearts when the Genée International Ballet Competition was last in London. Now she’s lighting up the Royal Ballet, and also the cover of Dance Gazette. We also meet another rising star, choreographer Charlotte Edmonds – just 18, but already acclaimed.
Dance teachers face many sensitive issues in the studio: how should they approach troubled students, questions of body image or disability? We report from Beijing, Sydney and London and hear from teachers, students and government ministers. Also, as dance companies seek to attract new audiences, we take potential dance lovers to see a show. Will this be the start of a beautiful relationship?
Francesca Hayward is soaring to the forefront of the Royal Ballet – and it all began at Genée.
Tea and sympathy
Can dance teachers be mentors beyond the studio? Should they become involved in students’ problems? Teachers, students and parents share their views.
The weighting game
What happens when China’s abrasive teaching tradition meets current concern with body image? We report from Beijing.
A disabled child’s love for ballet was battered by her result in a ballet exam. Her father asks if there’s a better way to assess disabled students.
Accentuate the positive
Is positivity important in dance teaching – and how do you teach positive? RAD teachers and expert voices share their best advice.
The surreal thing
Newly discovered photographs go behind the scenes at the extraordinary Hollywood ball hosted by artist Salvador Dalí.
A date with dance
Dance companies are always trying to attract new audiences. Three newbies try three very different events to see what sticks.