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Best Ballet podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Ballet podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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A deep dive is a podcast about us. How we got here and where we might be going. Deepening our understanding of the people and events that connect us, explain us, sometimes divide us. The goal of the podcast is to pique your curiosity and motivate you to want to know more. Through research, archives, and interviews a deep dive will surprise you, amuse you, and sometimes it might even break your heart a little. I hope by the end of each episode you'll know something you didn't know or you'll h ...
 
Pod De Deux explores current issues and trends in the dance community through frank and relaxed conversations with dance-makers. Guests include dancers, choreographers, administrators, and anyone else with a firm connection to the dance world. We seek to understand our guests’ experiences through an honest back-and-forth that is ultimately more thought-provoking and spirited than a simple Q&A.
 
Williams spent his life as a doctor practicing pediatric medicine in northern New Jersey, a few miles west of New York City. During the work day, between seeing patients, he often dashed off poems on the backs of blank prescription pads that he kept in his pocket. This particular poem was written in just such a spontaneous way, after seeing the Russian Ballet perform in Manhattan. Each of the 16 readers in this collection took the challenge to make the same kind of leap – reading it spontane ...
 
Becoming Ballet is a show where REAL dancers reveal their REAL lives in REAL time. In each series, you will have private access into the lives of each featured dancer as they travel on their personal journey toward professional ballet. Along the way you will be exposed to their unscripted lives, RAW and UNEDITED as they open up and share with you what it takes to survive (pause) and thrive as they work each day toward realizing their dream and BECOMING BALLET! Becoming Ballet is produced by ...
 
Join Nicole and Kara every Thursday for a dose of mom real talk. They will tackle health, nutrition, beauty, parenting, and all things real life. This mom business is hard, let’s keep it simple. The Simply Whole Moms want to help build a healthy, beautiful, inspired life for moms. Nicole and Kara have been best friends since high school. As they raise their babies alongside each other they want to encourage moms in this sometimes difficult, lonely and beautiful journey. Nicole is a clean bea ...
 
Elizabeth Talks! Is Elizabeth Flores, Director of the award winning New American Youth Ballet of NYC with a positive view on the world of ballet and performing arts! Hear about what's new on her show The Adventures of My Ballerina and Me! Great for listeners of all ages! Tune in and talk soon!
 
The Stage Rightside with James Whiteside (Principal Dancer with American Ballet Theatre) is an interview based foray into the interesting and often strange world of professional ballet. James speaks with fellow dancers, choreographers, costume designers, stage crew, makeup artists, you name it, in this comedic, yet informative podcast brought to you live from James' dressing room, backstage at the Metropolitan Theatre.
 
The ASK Megan is the ONLY podcast featuring expert advice on Professional Ballet. Each week Megan Fairchild answers the questions of aspiring dancers and their parent's to help navigate the complex world of professional ballet. The ASK Megan is hosted by one New York City Ballet's Principal Dancer Megan Fairchild. Megan is not only a Principal Dancer, but performed in the award winning Broadway show, "On The Town" and is considered to be one of the world's most premier dancers on stage today ...
 
The Artifact of the Month series introduces our online visitors to treasured and fascinating items at Dance Collection Danse (DCD).Focussed on Canada’s theatrical dance history, DCD’s collection dates back to the mid-1800s and includes materials such as costumes, props, sets, backdrops, make-up, choreographic notes, photographs, moving images, playbills, souvenir programs, publicity documents, journals, notation scores, correspondence, business records, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, artwo ...
 
Williams spent his life as a doctor practicing pediatric medicine in northern New Jersey, a few miles west of New York City. During the work day, between seeing patients, he often dashed off poems on the backs of blank prescription pads that he kept in his pocket. This particular poem was written in just such a spontaneous way, after seeing the Russian Ballet perform in Manhattan. Each of the 16 readers in this collection took the challenge to make the same kind of leap - reading it spontane ...
 
Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall in a dance studio at one of the most prestigious ballet companies in the world? Or wondered what was going through Giselle's mind as she lifted her leg to her ear? There is a lot more to the politics of dance than lithe women wearing pointe shoes being hoisted into the air by men in tights. Listen in for a weekly conversation on all aspects of the professional dance world as Barry Kerollis, freelance choreographer and popular blogger, candidly sha ...
 
In seventeenth century Venice, a wealthy and debauched man discovers that the woman he is infatuated with is secretly married to a Moorish general in the Venetian army. He shares his grief and rage with a lowly ensign in the army who also has reason to hate the general for promoting a younger man above him. The villainous ensign now plots to destroy the noble general in a diabolical scheme of jealousy, paranoia and murder, set against the backdrop of the bloody Turkish-Venetian wars. This ti ...
 
Tabletop Squadron is a Star Wars rpg podcast or Actual Play. We present stories in a campaign setting, with a consistent cast of actors and tell a long form story over many episodes using the Edge of the Empire system. Come join us as a bounty hunter, a slicer, a colonist, and a smuggler learn to work together and find out what's really important to them. It's a big galaxy out there, and we intend to explore it all!
 
Thoughtful Conversations with Badass Women follows the curiosities of Host Erin Roy in heart-to-heart conversations with Olympian Hannah Hardaway, New York City Ballet Principal Sterling Hyltin, Singer/Songwriter Lizdelise, Dancer Michaela Ellingson, Dancer/Choreographer Jasmine Hearn, Actress/Humanitarian Alice Callahan, Actress/Writer/Director Winsome Brown, and Dancer/Choreographer Lisa Race. Episodes feature individual soundscapes designed by Lizdelise. Listeners are treated to a free do ...
 
Do you love astrophysics and ballet? Enjoy writing screenplays and code? Dream of applying your theater degree to the tech world? The Limit Does Not Exist is a podcast that believes when it comes to pursuing your passions, you shouldn’t have to choose. Through an entertaining and eye-opening mix of interviews, concrete tools, and real talk, hosts Christina Wallace and Cate Scott Campbell help you follow your curiosity, embrace your individuality, and build an interdisciplinary career that’s ...
 
Welcome to the Dance Boss Podcast! I'm your host, Erin Pride, and this podcast is for my fellow dancers, entrepreneurs, and dream catchers with purpose leaning on their hearts… Each week I will give you strategies, tools, and motivation to bring it to life, make an impact, and earn additional revenue for you and your families, by building a successful online business. I will also share interviews with dance entrepreneurs who are crushing it, with out of the box ways to support the dance comm ...
 
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SF Ballet School Leadership and Alumni celebrate Jeffrey Lyons’ 20th Anniversary at SF Ballet School. School Director Patrick Armand, Director of Education and Training Andi Yannone, Principal Dancer Max Cauthorn, and Corps de Ballet member Sean Bennet join Jeffrey Lyons to reminisce about his 20 years at SF Ballet School. Like what you heard? Subs…
 
For much of the last century, ballet class has been a rite of passage for millions of little girls in the United States. Some of these students have gone on to professional careers as dancers, but many more take class for a few years—or many years—before moving on to other pursuits. But the sheer prevalence of the experience has created an educated…
 
Hosts Liamland & Plattym3 decide to get cultured and artsy and watch some Dragon Quest Ballet on YouTube, something that was tweeted out by Yuji Horii last week! Of course we needed to drag someone else into this tightly focused discussion, so resident Denizen graphic artist Dwaine Bullock happily joins in to discuss it, Star Wars (it IS May 4th), …
 
Ashley Ellis started her professional career with The American Ballet Theatre before joining the Corella Ballet as a Soloist in Spain. As you’ll hear in our conversation this is where Ashley spent many beautiful European days filled with dance and work whilst meeting her husband George. Together they moved to Boston where Ashley is a Principal with…
 
It’s our Season 3 finale! If you've been listening for awhile, you already know that we're fans of seasons. We think they're a great opportunity to take stock, find new inspiration, make some changes, and come up with a catchy name. Press play to hear a few of the changes we're making, how we're staying inspired, and what we've named our summers. A…
 
Though his advice has saved the lives of millions of people, the name Ignaz Semmelweis is not one commonly known today. In his book Anthony Valerio’s Semmelweis: The Women's Doctor (Zantedeschi Books, 2019). Valerio details the many struggles Semmelweis faced in winning acceptance for his advice on antiseptic procedures. The son of a Buda spice mer…
 
Ronnie Grinberg speaks with Pamela S. Nadell, the Patrick Clendenen Chair in Women’s and Gender History and director of Jewish studies at American University. Her books include America's Jewish Women, winner of the Everett Family Foundation Book of the Year Award from the Jewish Book Council, and Women Who Would Be Rabbis, a National Jewish Book Aw…
 
In Epic Journey: Life and Times of Wasyl Kushnir (Academic Studies Press, 2020), Andrei Kushnir documents the story of his father, Wasyl Kushnir, who was born in the western part of Ukraine in 1923. The book is based on Wasyl Kushnir’s memoirs and it includes a number of photos that help reconstruct his personal story. Narrating his family story, W…
 
Jah Kingdom: Rastafarians, Tanzania, and Pan-Africanism in the Age of Decolonization (UNC Press, 2017), examines Rastafarian repatriation to Tanzania in the 1970s and 1980s. In doing so, Monique A. Bedasse situates Rastafarianism’s connection to black radical politics and internationalism within Tanzania, the site for pan-African solidarity in inde…
 
Ellen Chorley (centre) enjoys a typical night at Nextfest. This year’s festival goes online June 4-14. (Photo by Mat Simpson) This year’s Nextfest—its 25th anniversary—goes entirely online. We caught up with Festival Director Ellen Chorley to talk about her career path and the wonders of the beautiful, multidisciplinary beast that is Edmonton’s fes…
 
Challenging the geographical narrative of the history of Islam, Chiara Formichi’s new book Islam and Asia: A History (Cambridge University Press, 2020), helps us to rethink how we tell the story of Islam and the lived expressions of Muslims without privileging certain linguistic, cultural, and geographic realities. Focusing on themes of reform, pol…
 
In honor of SF Ballet School’s Annual Spring Festival, Dana Genshaft and Pemberley Ann Olson call in from Shelter-in-Place. Dana Genshaft, former SF Ballet Soloist, choreographer, and current faculty member at SF Ballet School, and Pemberley Ann Olson discuss their relationship as student-teacher and choreographer-dancer. They share about the creat…
 
As historical topics, political revolutions come in and out of fashion. At the moment the American Revolution as an ideological struggle engages the public, but historians are less sure. Books that used to have the Revolution at their centre now approach it from the edges and peripheries, integrating the experiences of people and communities exclud…
 
The time has come to wrap up not only the Quarantine Diaries series but also Season 2 of the Simply Whole Moms Podcast! We can’t believe it’s already been a whole second season of podcast fun. Today’s episode features an intro from Kara & Nicole, highlighting some of their most memorable episodes of this season, and their special guest is another m…
 
Carus and Reynolds catch up with Holden legend, Simon McNamara. The boys discuss everything from his passion for Motor Racing, to the Special Silver Holden Ute and the driver that surprisingly knocked back an offer to drive for the Holden Racing Team in its golden era. We love chatting to those who have been instrumental behind the scenes and Simon…
 
HOLD ON FOR THE MIRACLE! I wanted to give up… I was making $500 consistently a month in my business. I was working full time and growing a business, so I had to outsource. There were not enough hours in the day for me to do it all, so I hired help. With that help came paying out of pocket. That’s right! $500 in income didn’t come close to the amoun…
 
Landscape of Migration: Mobility and Environmental Change on Bolivia's Tropical Frontier, 1952 to the Present (UNC Press, 2020), traces the entwined histories of Andean, Mennonite, and Okinawan migrants to Amazonian Bolivia during the twentieth century, exploring how each of these communities forged and contested the landscape of agrarian citizensh…
 
According to Viet Thanh Nguyen, all wars are fought twice: first on the field of battle, and then in the struggles over memory. In Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of War (Harvard University Press, 2016) he explores the various ways in which the American War in Vietnam has been remembered and forgotten. But this wide-ranging, erudite, and …
 
Alexander Bukh’s These Islands Are Ours: The Social Construction of Territorial Disputes in Northeast Asia (Stanford University Press 2020) provides critical historical perspective on the social construction of territorial disputes between Japan and its neighbors in Northeast Asia. In his analysis of Japan’s rows over the “Northern Territories” (wi…
 
A stark disparity exists between black and white youth experiences in the justice system today. Black youths are perceived to be older and less innocent than their white peers. When it comes to incarceration, race trumps class, and even as black youths articulate their own experiences with carceral authorities, many Americans remain surprised by th…
 
The balance of power in nineteenth-century Europe was anchored on one end by the redoubtable Queen Victoria (1819 -1901), the doyenne of sovereigns, and at the opposite end by the autocratic Romanov dynasty — four successive emperors who ruled Russia during Victoria's own 63-year reign. Between these great powers lay the rising military power of Pr…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Vaneesa Cook discusses her new book Spiritual Socialists: Religion and the American Left (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019). The book shows that there is a deep religious strain within the American Left despite contrary common perceptions. Leftists Cook calls spiritual socialists believed the basic expression o…
 
As we now know, epidemics and pandemics are not new phenomena. In her new book The Yellow Demon of Fever: Fighting Disease in the 19th-Century Transatlantic Slave Trade (Yale University Press, 2020), Manuel Barcia offers a striking rendition of the diseases that swept through the illegal slave trade Atlantic World. In fact, Barcia argues that the h…
 
Richard Lachmann’s First Class Passengers on a Sinking Ship: Elite Politics and the Decline of Great Powers (Verso, 2020) is a two-for-one deal. The first half of the book is a historical analysis of why some empires transform their geopolitical power into global hegemony while others fail to do so, and why hegemons eventually lose their global pre…
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/kelly-devine-final.mp3 The Pod De Deux Podcast team is back with the second episode of the “Women Of Broadway” summer series! This week we’re featuring Kelly Devine, Choreographer of Broadway’s Diana: A True Musical Story. In addition to discussing her work on Broadway’s Diana, Kelly delves into everyth…
 
Has Elon Musk fully lost his mind? Who knows, but the boys are excited about the upcoming Space X mission. The first commercially built ship to carry astronauts to the ISS, and what will most likely launch a whole new space race. Art- Kerina McCarthy Music- Tribe Society Tweets- @gakejodek @TheAstrophys Email- artsandspacecrafts1@gmail.com…
 
The history of antisemitism in Europe stretches back as far as Ancient Rome, but persecutions of Jews became widespread during the Crusades, beginning in the early 11th century when the wholesale massacre of entire communities became commonplace. From the 12th century, the justification for this state-sanctioned violence became the blood libel accu…
 
The culture of insurgents in early modern Europe was primarily an oral one; memories of social conflicts in the communities affected were passed on through oral forms such as songs and legends. This popular history continued to influence political choices and actions through and after the early modern period. The chapters in Rhythms of Revolt: Euro…
 
When Britain went to war in 1914, policemen throughout Great Britain found themselves called upon to perform an ever-increasing range of new tasks that reflected the expanded power of the British state in wartime. In Policing the Home Front, 1914-1918: The Control of the British Population at War (Routledge, 2018), Mary Fraser details the challenge…
 
Kevin Duong, a political theorist in the Politics Department at the University of Virginia, has written a fascinating analysis of the way that violence has been used, in a sense, to create or promote solidarity during the course of the “long nineteenth century” in France. Duong explores four separate periods and experiences in France, starting with…
 
In recent decades, scholarship has turned to the role of gender in the Holocaust, but rarely has it critically investigated the experiences of men as gendered beings. Beyond the clear observation that most perpetrators of murder were male, men were also victims, survivors, bystanders, beneficiaries, accomplices, and enablers; they negotiated roles …
 
As we continue to navigate the changing landscape of this challenging time, we’re joined by Richard Nash, a coach who specializes in helping creatives become more entrepreneurial, business folks become more creative, and all types of professionals become more comfortable with transitions. No stranger to career zigs and zags, Richard brings his rang…
 
In light of the profound physical and mental traumas of colonization endured by North Africans, historians of recent decades have primarily concentrated their studies of North Africa on colonial violence, domination, and shock. The choice is an understandable one. But in his new monograph, A Slave between Empires: A Transimperial History of North A…
 
This is a book of encounters. Part memoir, part essay, and partly a guide to maximizing your capacity for fulfillment and expression, The Poetry of Everyday Life: Storytelling and the Art of Awareness (Cornell University Press, 2016) taps into the artistic side of what we often take for granted: the stories we tell, the people we love, the metaphor…
 
The entry image for Tracks, by Vena Amoris Productions It’s been a while, but we actually caught a local show to review! Vena Amoris Productions offered an online choose-you-own-route experience with Tracks. Fawnda and Colleen take the trip together—virtually, of course. Don’t Get It is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB.…
 
Alcoholic drinks are not just big business in Britain - they are an essentially social business.Whether it's hitting your local with colleagues after work, raising a reception toast to newly-weds or selecting a favourite bottle to accompany dinner at a special restaurant, those traditional opportunities to buy and sell alcohol have been all but wip…
 
Mistakes aren’t always a bad thing. We all make mistakes! As long as we learn from them, they can offer positive forward movement in all aspects of life. Listen in to hear many common mistakes that dancers make throughout their training and careers. Pas de Chát's host Barry Kerollis is an award-winning choreographer, instructor, and dancer with ove…
 
Recently promoted Principal Dancer Wona Park checks in from Shelter-in-Place. Wona Park calls in from her home in South Korea where she’s quarantining with her family. Hear about her life, training, and her eventful first three years at San Francisco Ballet. Like what you heard? Subscribe to our Meet the Artist podcast on Apple Podcasts to access a…
 
Charles Lord Cornwallis’s campaign through the southern American colonies came to an ignominious close on October 19, 1781, on an open field outside Yorktown, Virginia. At approximately noon, Cornwallis’s beleaguered soldiers, exhausted and low on provisions, emerged from behind their fortifications, laid down their arms, and delivered the earl’s s…
 
What really happens before you get the edited version? You totally get curated versions of the online space - edited picture, captions, podcast, YouTube video… you name it! But I wanted to show what it’s like before we clean things up… On episode #85 of the Dance Boss Podcast, we go behind the scenes to bring you some raw audio footage! DOORS ARE N…
 
Alaina is a single mom to three beautiful girls (two of them are twins!), a writer, a speaker, a wellness advocate and an overall encourager of all the moms. I tune in to Alaina’s IG stories daily because she’s always there with a bright smile and something to say to put a pep in my step. She did NOT disappoint during our conversation together. We …
 
Adam M. Sowards is professor of history at the University of Idaho and a leading environmental historian. His new book, An Open Pit Visible from the Moon: The Wilderness Act and the Fight to Protect Miners Ridge and the Public Interest (University of Oklahoma Press, 2020), builds on his recent biography of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas t…
 
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