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Dancing Times Magazine May 2012 Back Issue

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W e celebrate some dance landmarks in the latest issue of Dancingtimes. Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures is 25 years old this year, and he discusses the company’s future and its past with Zoë Anderson on page 15. Richard Glasstone reports from Istanbul on page 25 about the State Ballet’s celebration of Dame Ninette de Valois, a company she helped establish over 60 years ago, and on page 37 you can read my tribute to Nina Ananiashvili, who marked her 30-year stage career with a wonderful mini-festival held in Tbilisi, Georgia, in March. Paul Arrowsmith highlights the return of Kenneth MacMillan’s The Prince of the Pagodas with an exploration of this elusive ballet on page 41, and Kevin Berry investigates on page 19 how some dance companies are coping one year on from the cuts in funding by Arts Council England. Our letters pages includes tributes from readers to Wayne
Eagling, English National Ballet’s departing artistic director,
and on page 6 we announce his successor, Tamara Rojo.
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May 2012 W e celebrate some dance landmarks in the latest issue of Dancingtimes. Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures is 25 years old this year, and he discusses the company’s future and its past with Zoë Anderson on page 15. Richard Glasstone reports from Istanbul on page 25 about the State Ballet’s celebration of Dame Ninette de Valois, a company she helped establish over 60 years ago, and on page 37 you can read my tribute to Nina Ananiashvili, who marked her 30-year stage career with a wonderful mini-festival held in Tbilisi, Georgia, in March. Paul Arrowsmith highlights the return of Kenneth MacMillan’s The Prince of the Pagodas with an exploration of this elusive ballet on page 41, and Kevin Berry investigates on page 19 how some dance companies are coping one year on from the cuts in funding by Arts Council England. Our letters pages includes tributes from readers to Wayne Eagling, English National Ballet’s departing artistic director, and on page 6 we announce his successor, Tamara Rojo.


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W e celebrate some dance landmarks in the latest issue of Dancingtimes. Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures is 25 years old this year, and he discusses the company’s future and its past with Zoë Anderson on page 15. Richard Glasstone reports from Istanbul on page 25 about the State Ballet’s celebration of Dame Ninette de Valois, a company she helped establish over 60 years ago, and on page 37 you can read my tribute to Nina Ananiashvili, who marked her 30-year stage career with a wonderful mini-festival held in Tbilisi, Georgia, in March. Paul Arrowsmith highlights the return of Kenneth MacMillan’s The Prince of the Pagodas with an exploration of this elusive ballet on page 41, and Kevin Berry investigates on page 19 how some dance companies are coping one year on from the cuts in funding by Arts Council England. Our letters pages includes tributes from readers to Wayne
Eagling, English National Ballet’s departing artistic director,
and on page 6 we announce his successor, Tamara Rojo.
read more read less
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