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The Song of the Body - a new book from the RAD

01 Oct 2014 / Tags: Higher education, Faculty of Education

The Song of the Body - a new book from the RAD
A new RAD book, The Song of the Body: Dance for Lifelong Wellbeing is now available.

Edited by Dr Anne Hogan, with a preface by RAD President Darcey Bussell CBE, The Song of the Body celebrates dance as a powerful means of enhancing health at all stages of life.


The book features profiles of dance luminaries such as Dame Gillian Lynne, famous choreographer well known for her work on Cats, Robert Cohan, founder of The Place, and Lauren Cuthbertson, principal with The Royal Ballet. It also includes commentary from dancers, directors, teachers and dance agencies including Step into Dance, Growing Older (Dis)gracefully and Dance UK.

Available from today, you can order a copy from the RAD Shop.

Pat Ford says:
19 Apr 2016 14:56

How much a lesson will it cost ?8

Gabriela Nicolescu says:
20 Apr 2016 09:24

Hi Pat,
The latest list of Dance for Lifelong Wellbeing classes is at Please let us know if you have any questions. Best wishes!

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