Today I’d just like to take a moment to point out a few of the dance blogs I read on a regular basis. There are a lot of good ones out there, so this list is by no means comprehensive–but I thought I’d highlight a few in case you haven’t had the chance to check them out.
As always, if you have any suggestions, feel free to add them in the comments section!
Ballet for Men – Written by David Hunter, this blog is a great resource for guys who are interested in ballet. Not only is there a ton of “how to” information there, but you can listen to podcasts as well.
Tights and Tiaras – This blog is authored by Henrik Lamark, a Norweigan ballet dancer with a flair for the written word. Read up on the stories of the great ballets, get behind the scenes and learn some ballet terminology or learn about life as a dancer from his point of view.
Demicontretemps – Eric Taub’s writing is a joy to read, and he recently started posting video on his site as well. Drop by and check out his musings on dance for a treat.
Art Intercepts – Meet Lauren Warnecke, a Chicago-based dancer and educator and enjoy her posts on topics such as anatomy for dancers, dance injuries and other scientific information.
Dance Advantage – Nichelle’s mega-resource for dancers, teachers and parents. You could spend hours looking through all the great information here.
Dave Tries Ballet – A new site by – you guessed it – Dave, who is just starting out in ballet. A very interesting read.
Dance.com Blog – Another dance blog you could spend an afternoon browsing. Here you’ll find dance news as well as posts on all types of dance styles.
KinerEnterprisesInc. Blog – This recently re-vamped site offers tips on social media, business advice and more.
The Ballet Bag – Expect the unexpected on this delightful ballet blog. Always entertaining, well-written and informative.
Pas de Trois at dancing3.com – Not to toot my own horn here, but our new site (David Hunter, Henrik Lamark and I) is something I’d love for you to check out if you have the time. We’re hoping that people will really join in the conversation so we can all learn more about one another.
Tendus Under A Palm Tree – A lovely blog by Rebecca King, a Corps De Ballet dancer with Miami City Ballet.