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If you ever dreamed of floating through a classic ballet, this issue of Dance Gazette is for you. As the RAD launches Discovering Repertoire, which lets students explore iconic 19th-century ballets, six leading dancers share their experiences of these masterworks and give their best tips for turning technique into performance.
Our focus on all things classical also includes the father of Russian ballet, coaching at the Genée, the RAD’s Silver Swans project and the future of Kenneth MacMillan’s landmark ballets.
Even the classical world has its shadows. Recent revelations of sexual harassment by film mogul Harvey Weinstein prompted other professions to examine their cultures of secrecy and abuse. Dance Gazette’s exclusive investigation was under way long before the scandal broke.
RAD Members, the digital version of this month’s Dance Gazette is available in the Members’ Area now.
The RAD’s Discovering Repertoire features beloved 19th-century ballets. Six star dancers explain their appeal: including Frances Chung, Xander Parish and Stella Abrera.
The French connection
Who was Marius Petipa, the father of Russian ballet? Meet the creator of Swan Lake and The Sleeping Beauty.
Web of silence
Both government and the arts have been rocked by revelations of sexual harassment. But what about classical ballet? Our exclusive investigation reveals stories of abuse and denial.
Line of beauty
The German artist who sketched Nijinsky and Karsavina’s landmark partnership.
Classical solos are at the heart of the RAD’s Genée. But how do the young dancers make the work shine? We visit the expert coaching sessions.
25 years after his death, a new generation of artists takes on Kenneth MacMillan’s legacy. They explain how his work will develop and thrive.
The RAD’s Silver Swans programme insists you’re never too old to dance. RAD teachers discuss ballet for older adults.