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Dance International Magazine

We are your liveliest source for dance coverage from Canada and around the world. Dance International brings readers global insight into classical and contemporary dance of all kinds in each beautifully designed issue. Established in 1976.

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We've gone digital!

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The Road to Q Dance

The Road to Q Dance

Q Dance made its debut at the Guggenheim Museum in New York in 2009, four months before it was actually founded in the mid-size prairie city of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Artistic director-to-be Peter Quanz was premiering his contemporary ballet, In Tandem, as part of a double bill shared with New York...

Good Fortune at Grand Rapids Ballet

Good Fortune at Grand Rapids Ballet

A lot has changed for Patricia Barker since she burst onto the world stage, starring as Clara in the 1986 Nutcracker: The Motion Picture. One of the United States' most popular and gifted ballerinas, Barker enjoyed a celebrated career as a principal dancer with Seattle's Pacific Northwest...

Connecting Asia: Pichet Klunchun & Yabin Wang in Bruges

Connecting Asia: Pichet Klunchun & Yabin Wang in Bruges

When Samme Raeymaekers, artistic co-ordinator of Belgium's December Dance festival, was trawling international events in search of inspiration several years back, he noticed an interesting development taking place across the countries of Southeast Asia. He calls it a "push to the future," a growing...

A Fresh Summer Face for an Old City

A Fresh Summer Face for an Old City

Vienna, Austria – a little too caught up in the past and the comfortable, some might think: the home of Mozart and Klimt, the waltz and Wiener schnitzel. But for five weeks every summer, the city puts on a whole new face – vibrant, alive and just a little bit cheeky.

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