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Lisa Phinney

The Science of Art
By Nadine LaRoche

Data and movement. Reason and instinct. Science and art. Halifax choreographer Lisa Phinney’s parallel passions intersect in a new work inspired by her scientific research on loons in Kejimkujik National Park in Nova Scotia.

Janak Khendry

In the Studio
By David Hou, Megan Andrews

GANGA, a new work by choreographer and artistic director Janak Khendry, focusses on the 4000-year history of Indian river Ganges from historical, cultural and environmental perspectives.

Canada’s National Ballet School

5 Decades of Tradition and Innovation
By Ann-Marie Williams

Under the artistic direction of Mavis Staines, Canada’s National Ballet School has ushered in a host of beneficial changes in pedagogical practices that have made the fifty-year-old conservatory an international leader in ballet training.

An Historical Timeline

By Ann-Marie Williams

5 Decades of NBS: 1959-2009



By Megan Andrews

New season, new look

Making Waves

By Kate Stashko

Kate Franklin & Kate Holden are putting first things first

Emerging Views

By Kate Stashko

Vancouver-based Cort Gerlock

Know Your Moves

Classical Indian dance

Marking Time

By Amy Bowring

Donald Himes and the National Ballet School


Luther Brown

Healthy Dancer

By Nathan Payne

Eggs, Eggs, Eggs

Check It Out

Dance Science for Educators (IADMS Bulletin for Teachers)

Everyday Moves

By MJ Thompson

Michelle and Barack Obama

Short Waves

By Susan Kendal, Christa Lochead, Amy Bowring, Alana Gerecke

Le Groupe Dance Lab to close; Developments at Ballet BC [Emily Molnar to be Artistic Director]; Pearl Remounts Earle’s Sacra Conversazione; Pina Bausch 1940-2009 and Merce Cunningham 1919-2009

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