From the Library of Congress, a multimedia collection of dance instruction manuals, ca. 1490-1920. Other related topics covered by the books (complete page images available): etiquette, dance history, anti-dance treatises, notation. Also 75 video-demos of historic dances.
A division of European public-service cultural television channel ARTE, shares dance and music performances from major venues in France and Germany for free.
Includes an extensive “catalogue” of every known Balanchine work.
Most authoritative American dance journal, founded in 1927; online version includes exclusive online reviews, "Dance College Guide,"&"Stern's Directory."
"Dance/USA supports the field with resources, expertise, and programs to preserve and make accessible the records of dance artistry and communities. The mission of the Archiving & Preservation department is to advance the ability of diverse dance communities to safeguard and share their legacies, as well as to promote education and awareness of dance archiving practices and dance history and scholarship. The department was formed after Dance/USA and Dance Heritage Coalition (DHC) began the process of integrating DHC's preservation, archives, and education programs into Dance/USA in 2017."
Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies.
“Where media and lively writing come together to paint a full picture of a ballet’s creation.”
Founded by Lincoln Kirstein and George Balanchine in 1933. Site includes an extensive index of the company's repertory.
A website devoted to the legendary choreographer's life and career.
Based at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, the Royal Ballet is Britain’s largest ballet company.
In addition to his repertoire and an international list of upcoming performances of Tudor’s works, links to a blog with posts by various Tudor trustees.