“Dance and Performing Arts Criticism in Europe” is a new international project that aims to network, and to strengthen the status and expertise of European dance critics.
Today, on November 8, the Prague native, Czech-German dancer, choreographer, teacher and ballet company director Ivan Liška is celebrating his 70th birthday.
Cancer is currently one of the most frequent lifestyle diseases, each of us knows someone who is battling it. So when you go to see a performance whose title includes the word ‘tumor’, you expect a serious, depressive content.
On September 24, 2020, the Ponec Theater hosted a debate between artists and representatives of the Tanec Praha organization, which has long influenced the dance scene in the Czech Republic.
The European network of young choreographers Aerowaves has selected three Czech productions to become part of the Aerowaves Twenty21.
Only a week before the Czech culture sector was forced to close under the country’s second lockdown, Johana Pocková and Sabina Bočková (aka PocketArt) premiered their long-awaited new creation
When the promising company announced its closure early this year (probably due to a near-burnout experience), many fans shed a tear.
May 2020 marked 150 years since the world première of the ballet Coppélia. Over the one and a half centuries, the piece has become a staple in the repertoires of almost all world ballet companies, including Czech ones.
After a year, the specialist online magazine Taneční aktuality is coming with another print issue – Special Edition, this time focusing on Dance and Audience.
The collaboration between Laterna magika and the Czech National Ballet can be regarded as a special event in the history of both ensembles.
Tanec Praha has won the public tender for the long-term lease of a dilapidating building in Prague 3, the former Žižkov Spa.
Heroes. We all love them, need them, and worship them. In these difficult times even more than ever. They tend to reflect our desires, dreams, and wishes, they accompany us on our journey...