Ballet Review

Ballet Review[1] is a print publication which covers all aspects of dance.[2][3] It is published by the non-profit Dance Research Foundation, Inc.[4]

Ballet Review
Editor and DesignerMarvin Hoshino
CategoriesDance, ballet, modern dance, contemporary dance, criticism, interviews
PublisherDance Research Foundation, Inc.
Year founded1965
CountryUnited States
Based inNew York City
LanguageEnglish
Websitewww.balletreview.com
ISSN0522-0653

While its name says "ballet," it also covers modern dance, contemporary dance, other choreography, and all kinds of folk dance including Asian traditions. It is noted for its carefully chosen contemporary and historical photographs; in-depth interviews with dancers, choreographers, and company directors; criticism and analyses; and reports of recent performances in New York City, in world capitals, and from around America.

Arlene Croce,[5][6] David Vaughan and Robert Cornfield founded Ballet Review in 1965. Croce acted as the publication's first editor.[7] Vaughan continued to write for the magazine until 2016, and Cornfield was the magazine's second editor. In 1970 a nonprofit organization, the Dance Research Foundation,[8] was created to oversee the publication of Ballet Review. The Foundation is also involved in research about dance and related arts.[7] Francis Mason,[9] co-author of Balanchine’s Complete Stories of the Great Ballets[10][11] was editor from 1980 until his death in 2009, at which time he was followed by Marvin Hoshino, the current editor. In May 2019, Ballet Review announced that it would be suspending publication at the end of 2019.[12]

Dance Research Foundation, Inc.

The Dance Research Foundation, Inc.[13] is supported in part by funds from National Endowment for the Arts,[14] the New York State Council on the Arts,[15] The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation.[16] The current members of the Board of Directors of the Foundation are Hubert Goldschmidt, Roberta Hellman, Marvin Hoshino, Nancy Lassalle, Dawn Lille, Michael Popkin, Theodore C. Rogers, Barbara E. Schlain, and David S. Weiss.

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