Do you have the brain needed to be a ballet dancer?

There has been recent research by scientists indicating that there are differences in ballet dancers’ brain structure that helps them not to feel dizzy during performances. This research shows that as dancers practice pirouettes they are able to suppress signals responsible for balance. These findings that were published in a journal could prove to be […]

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Do you have the brain needed to be a ballet dancer?

There has been recent research by scientists indicating that there are differences in ballet dancers’ brain structure that helps them not to feel dizzy during performances. This research shows that as dancers practice pirouettes they are able to suppress signals responsible for balance. These findings that were published in a journal could prove to be […]

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Polunin sued for abandoning productions

Sergei Polunin is an ambitious and charismatic ballet prodigy who went on to become the youngest Royal Ballet’s principal at 19. His reputation is matched by his image of being a ‘bad boy’ who has walked out of two London Productions. The dancer sent shock waves in the dance world when he quit the much-awaited […]

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The Boston Ballet exceed all expectations

The ballet talent of Boston is not that well-known, but it should be. If you come to look at it, the Boston Ballet truly excelled considering the works by Jorma Elo, George Balachine, and Vaslav Nijinsky. The highlight of the programme was Balachine’s serenade, which was actually the opening act of the programme. For Tchaikovsky’s […]

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