BY TOPIC: issues | dance | ideas | media | music | people | publishing | theatre | visual | about | classifieds | advertise | AJ Blogs | links | video | home





AJ your way: headlines | front page | classic | previous days | rss

dance
What Orchestras Could Learn From Ballet
"Renewal is possible, and the role model is ballet. Shorn of stars in the 1980s, ballet reinvented itself in an ever-widening plurality -- global franchises like the Riverdance troupe at one end of the barre, one-man wizards like Hofesh Shechter and Akram Khan at the other. Dance today is no longer a unified art form but a web of multicultures, each with a discrete character and a devoted attendance." Standpoint 10/12
Posted October 1, 2012 03:28 AM




Email to a Friend
Email this entry to:


Your email address:


Message (optional):