Dancing, for Nietzsche, was another way of saying Yes! to life.
We each have a way of moving to music that is so unique a computer can use it to identify us.
The Zen of choreographer Merce Cunningham comes alive in a new documentary about his life.
A new study finds that societies use the same acoustic features for the same types of songs, suggesting universal cognitive mechanisms underpinning world music.
"In so far as bodily movements build the brain, every movement a human makes matters."
Throughout history, hundreds — sometimes thousands — of people have been spontaneously compelled to dance until collapsing or dying from exhaustion. What explanations are there for this bizarre phenomenon?
Every field has its revolutionaries – dance is no different.