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June 2022 – Dancing Instances

Posted on June 23, 2022

Editorial and contents June 2022

June lastly sees the arrival of summer time within the UK and, after practically two years of lockdown restrictions, its great to see so many dance lovers starting to unfold their wings and begin travelling to performances once more, each on this nation and overseas. On this month’s subject of Dancing Instances, we additionally get the chance to journey, with options that take us to Europe, the US and Latin America. Gerald Dowler visits, in some sudden methods, some well-known names of the dance world in Paris, and Graham Spicer hears from principal dancers Nicoletta Manni and Timofej Andrijashenko, the well-established couple primarily based on the Ballet of La Scala, Milan, who’re additionally companions in actual life. Fátima Nollén finds out in regards to the Mexican inspiration behind Christopher Wheeldon’s new full-length work for The Royal Ballet, Like Water for Chocolate, which opens this month, and Margaret Willis talks to Kayla Collymore, who might be showing in The Automotive Man with New Adventures on the Royal Albert Corridor.

Lastly, I wish to advise readers that from the start of subsequent month, the duvet worth of the journal might be raised to £4.50 per subject. That is because of the sharp rise in the price of paper which has been affecting us because the finish of final 12 months. Subscription costs, nevertheless, stay the identical till October, so why not click on right here to search out out the most effective subscriptions offers for you.


Dancing Instances, June 2022 Quantity 112 Concern 1342

Cowl Tales

12 – Like Water for Chocolate. Fátima Nollén on the brand new full-length work for The Royal Ballet

18 – The look of affection. Graham Spicer meets La Scala’s Nicoletta Manni and Timofej Andrijashenko

22 – Stravinsky Competition 2022. Jonathan Grey attends New York Metropolis Ballet’s pageant

50 – Life by means of a lens. Nicola Rayner remembers ballroom photographer Ron Self


17 – App-ti-tude. Tina Hughes talks to Terry Hyde about his mission to help dancers

25 – Resting in Paris. Gerald Dowler visits some well-known names 

28 – Extending conversations. By Dr Jacqueline Smith-Autard

Dance At present

52 – Tips about approach. By James Whitehead

53 – Method clinic. By Phil Meacham

54 – Simon’s Information to Swing. By Simon Selmon

55 – Stepping Out. By Pete Meager

56 – Someplace in time. By Jack Reavely


6 – Information. The return of The Trocks, Tribute to Rudolf Nureyev

11 – Speaking Level. By Shobana Jeyasingh

32 – Dance Scene Worldwide. Critiques embody The Australian Ballet, Nationwide Dance Firm Wales, The Royal Ballet

45 – Selection Lights. By Barbara Newman

46 – FRANCE/dance. By Laura Cappelle

47 – Notes from New York. By Leigh Witchel

59 – Dancer of the Month. Margaret Willis interviews Kayla Collymore of New Adventures 

62 – Obituaries. John Dowson, Stephen Lade, Richard Rutherford

65 – Media. Jonathan Grey opinions a brand new biography on Bronislava Nijinska

67 – Merchandise

68 – Schooling. IDS Trainer’s Conference

70 – Well being. By Debbie Malina

73 – Classifieds

74 – Calendar. Our information to what’s on within the UK and overseas

78 – Listings. The place to be taught to bounce within the UK

82 – Final Dance. We glance again to what was revealed in Dancing Instances in June 1982

Simon Oliver has been manufacturing editor of Dancing Instances since 2010 and is extremely skilled in design throughout print and on-line journal manufacturing. All through his profession, Simon has labored on a various vary of topics together with music, household historical past, e-book accumulating and poker.



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