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Kim Brandstrup: The Marriage of Dance and Film

Fresh from winning Britain’s National Dance Award for Best Modern Choreography, Kim Brandstrup discusses his love of dance and film.

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Dominique Mercy and Life After Pina Bausch

Dominique Mercy, veteran of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, talks to BalletPosition about her legacy and plans for the company’s future.

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Solomon Golding: Talent, Desire and Ambition

The Royal Ballet’s Solomon Golding discusses his abiding passion for ballet and his determination to inspire audiences with his art.

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“I Haven’t Been Trivialised at the Dance Clinic”

Vital information on the resources available to injured dancers on the British National Health Service and how to access them.

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The Royal Danish Ballet School

A portrait of the Royal Danish Ballet School, where forming complete human beings is as important as forming elite dancers.

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Bournonville: The Danish Way of Dancing

How the visionary Bournonvile came to develop a dancing style that would forever become the unique hallmark of Danish ballet.

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NDT2: Dancing “Like There’s No Tomorrow”

A portrait of the Nederlands Dans Theater’s junior company, NDT2, an exhilarating combination of youth, technique and hunger for dancing.

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Joel Morris: Dancer at a Crossroads

As his dancing career evolves into teaching, Joel Morris tells us his heart is split between stage and ballet studio.

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Hubert Essakow: From Obscurity to Light

As he prepares for his first major international commission in Düsseldorf, Hubert Essakow talks about life as a freelance choreographer.

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Susan Robinson: For the “Pure Love of Dance”

Susan Robinson, ballet teacher extraordinaire, on how she transmits her “pure passion for the art” to successive generations of dancers.

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