- One-year subscription to Dance Spirit magazine (10 issues)
- One-year subscription to Pointe magazine (6 issues)
- One-year subscription to Dance Magazine (12 issues)
- One-year subscription to Dance Teacher magazine (12 issues)
Subscriptions to Dance-Related Magazines
Dancers, dance enthusiasts, and blocks of rosin alike page through these glossy magazines, which chronicle trends and rising stars in the dancing community. Pointe tackles issues such as ballet career trajectories and the health risks of juice cleanses, while Dance Magazine explores modern dance and other styles. Dance Spirit covers everything from audition tips to profiles of successful dancers, while Dance Teacher delves into the nitty-gritty of life running a studio.
- 10 issues per year
- Covers multiple kinds of dance, such as tap and ballet
- Profiles successful dancers
- Audition tips
- Styling tips
- 6 issues per year
- Focuses on ballet
- Profiles successful or up-and-coming dancers
- Insider perspective from artistic directors and other pros
- Tips on achieving career goals
- 12 issues per year
- Covers multiple dance styles
- Q&A’s with rising stars
- Schedules of prominent dance events across the country
- Tips on how to land your dream job
- 12 issues per year
- Chronicles innovative teachers across the country
- Music guides
- Business tips
- Training and education tips
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