The project Dance and Performing Arts Criticism in Europe, a collaboration of Czech Dance News and Performing Arts Hub Norway, organizes a three-day seminar for emerging European dance critics and writers during KoresponDance Festival in the Czech Republic.
The Czech Dance Platform (CDP), which took place in Prague from 24th to 26th April , presented once again a selection of local contemporary dance productions.
This year‘s Bazaar Festival thematically followed the previous edition and focused on migration and resistance to threats in the environmental crisis.
In early April, the Czech National Ballet presented this season’s last premiere bpm. The abbreviation should stand for beats per minute, which is a term referring to the heart rate or rhythm of a music piece.
The experimental show Soft Spot by Slovak dancers Martina Hajdyla, Soňa Ferienčíková, and Hungarian choreographer Adrienn Hód is a highly abstract piece
Palác Akropolis has seen the third artistic reflection on Miřenka Čechová’s traumatic experiences while studying at the dance conservatory in Prague.
The ballet company in Ústí nad Labem has decided to take a risky step when it put The Sleeping Beauty in the repertoire.
Open panel discussion will take place 24th April in Prague and online. What is the status of a dance critic in Europe, what are the conditions, obstacles and pleasures of dance writing? What does dance writing mean to the development of dance?
Studio ALTA has come up with a new “pay what you can” admission system. The audience can now choose from five price offers regardless of the seat they end up occupying.
After a relatively long hiatus, one of the most popular titles, Romeo and Juliet, returns to the repertoire of our leading ballet company this year.
Dance News‘ European breakthrough – first year of international project Dance and Performing Arts Criticism in Europe
Having received funding from the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021 in 2020, Dance News was able to launch its first international project called Dance and Performing Arts Criticism in Europe...
Over the past quarter century, Don Quixote has become a regular addition to the repertoires of Czech ballet companies. The ballet is cherished for its uncomplicated music, Spanish flavour and a variety of attractive dance roles that shine the limelight on the soloists.