with Philip Szporer, Online Regional Editor (Montréal).
Choreographers have been unburdening their anger at dance critics on social media, taking them to task for negative reviews and registering disdain for the scribes’ perceived lack of insight. Our Montréal regional online editor Philip Szporer weighs in.Posted November 23, 2013
Our writers will try anything.
The Dance Current attended the recent Art of Flamenco Symposium in Toronto, gleaning insights into cantes, bulerías and Carmen Amaya.Posted October 25, 2013
Their words, your words and where to find us.
All things feet: facts, photos, videos and more, yours AND ours.
Everyday Essentials for everyday dancers.
“Life is a stage! I have a feeling that I exude more confidence when I’m feeling pretty, put together and polished,” says Edmonton’s Asha Marshall, teacher and founder of the Love Your Movement Corporation and Pique Dance Centre faculty member.Posted December 4, 2013
Tips, info and healthy (tasty) recipes for dancers on the go.
Summer is a great time to fine tune the way you replenish your body’s nutrients after a work out or performance.Posted July 31, 2013
Founding Editor Megan Andrews’ long-form interviews and photo essays with some of her favourite Canadian dance artists.
Expert advice and tips for teachers and studio owners, brought to you in part by Canada’s National Ballet School.
Performances and evaluations are a natural part of a dancer's life and with them come the highs and lows of performing. | Le spectacle, l'évaluation, l'examen, la compétition et l'audition s'inscrivent naturellement dans la vie du danseur, et en découlent les hauts et les bas de la présentation publique.Posted February 17, 2012