Join us on Your Favorite Social Networks:        

Welcome to
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.

Subscribe online and join in the conversation!

be inspired...

We've gone digital!

We've gone digital!

There are many ways to enjoy a magazine, in print and across a range of digital devices. After reading Dance International on my iPad, I became a fan of our compact, easy access and inexpensive digital edition. We have joined the Kobo electronic newsstand at kobo.com

The Curiosity of Emily Molnar: Ballet BC’s artistic director p

The Curiosity of Emily Molnar: Ballet BC’s artistic director p

Ballet BC’s studio at Scotiabank Dance Centre is large and bright, with a sprung floor and big windows. That’s where artistic director Emily Molnar is rehearsing her dancers in 'Twenty Eight Thousand Waves' by Cayetano Soto. Despite the demands the choreography makes for power,...

Running Away to Join the Circus

Running Away to Join the Circus

The dance world is a fluid place these days, with hip­hop seeping into contemporary, contemporary into ballet, and hints of what looks very much like circus beginning to permeate them all. It goes the other way, too. Circus used to exist as a world unto itself, a series of novelty acts thrown...

The Master Gardener Aaron Watkin at Dresden Semperoper

The Master Gardener Aaron Watkin at Dresden Semperoper

Dresden, on the eastern border of Germany, has been called Venice on the Elbe. It’s well­deserving of the title as it boasts a distinguished cultural history. Caspar David Friedrich was one of the many painters who made their career there and the city abounds in fine art. Dresden was also...

The Angel Effect: Angel Corella takes on Pennsylvania Ballet

The Angel Effect: Angel Corella takes on Pennsylvania Ballet

In 2014, Pennsylvania Ballet was nearing the end of its 50th anniversary season when longtime artistic director Roy Kaiser made the surprise announcement he would be stepping down. There had been rumours of behind­the­scenes problems and hints that all was not well within the organization;...

subscribe online to read article

Dance International on Kobo danzainfiera.it Gaynor Minden Stage Step