Ballet public
[search 0]
×
Best Ballet podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Ballet podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to the Dance Boss Podcast, I'm your Host Erin Pride and this podcast is for my fellow dancers educators, and dream catchers…Each week I will share insights, and inspiration on systemizing your dance classroom and improving student growth, I also will share interviews with dance entrepreneurs who are crushing it with out of the box way to support the dance community, maybe giving you the nudge you need to take the leap on your next creative project.
 
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.
 
You can do it, do it (ycdidi) is an interview show where JP Camara and Steve Carroll talk with people whose lives were transformed by trying something new. Earlier this year, we realized that we know a lot of people who fascinate us. From pinball players to pizza makers, ballerinas to graphic designers, illustrators to improv comedians, physicians, jewelry makers, personal trainers, Bollywood dancers, musicians, and more— We look forward to introducing you to our friends.
 
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 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 ...
 
A native of Elsass in France, Christopher Kah is a self-taught, multi-talented multi-instrumentalist. A truly unique talent, he is also a man for whom the approach is every bit as fundamental as the result. As notable for his dedication to techno as he is his penchant for classical music, Kah first began composing music in his early teens and possesses over a decade of classical and jazz music experience as an organ player. An obsessive student of sound, Kah’s roots in electronic music can b ...
 
Get a glimpse of the work by some of this year's filmmakers, including the documentary films Ballet 422 (director Jody Lee Lipes) and An Honest Liar (director Justin Weinstein). Also showing in the Sneak Peek are the narrative features Below Dreams (writer/director Garrett Bradley), Summer of Blood (writer/director Onur Tukel), and Match (writer/director Stephen Belber).
 
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 ...
 
Brown Girls Do Ballet Founder, Takiyah Wallace and Board Chair, Amber Cabral, have met some talented people, especially women, doing interesting and amazing things to help elevate our communities. In this podcast, Amber and Takiyah highlight the outstanding accomplishments and movements that are paving the way for future Brown Girls.
 
Ernst Theodor Wilhelm Hoffmann (1776 – 1822), better known by his pen name E.T.A. Hoffmann (Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann), was a German Romantic author of fantasy and horror, a jurist, composer, music critic, draftsman and caricaturist. Hoffmann's stories were very influential during the 19th century, and he is one of the major authors of the Romantic movement.He is the subject and hero of Jacques Offenbach's famous but fictional opera The Tales of Hoffmann, and the author of the novelette ...
 
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 ...
 
Helping women fight for mind, body, soul. Sisters, Anna Light and Erin Simms have a mission to help you full-heartedly pursue an energetic life, break free from insecurities, and live confidently with your identity firmly grounded in Truth. Through their candid and vulnerable discussions, the podcast will inspire you to take charge of your body, mind and spirit as you learn to wake up everyday and fight for the life you have been given. Anna is a wife and homeschool mom, former pastor, autho ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Artistic Director and Principal Choreographer Helgi Tomasson and Principal Dancer Joseph Walsh discuss the role of Oberon in George Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Join Helgi Tomasson and Joseph Walsh as they call in from shelter-in-place to discuss the role of Oberon. Learn about what it was like to dance for Balanchine and what it is that…
 
Ballet Hispanico, which had been preparing for it’s 50th anniversary performances onstage, has moved their celebration online: Announcing B Unidos Instagram Video Series in response to the Covid-19 Virus. Our guest is Artistic Director and CEO Eduardo Vilaro. For more visit BalletHispanico.org, and instagram.com/ballethispanico…
 
Good news feels a little hard to come by these days. So it’s exciting to see the critically acclaimed, award winning BalletBoyz 20th anniversary celebrations continuing with an online presentation of Deluxe by Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London. Sadler’s Wells will showcase Deluxe as part of new Digital Stage – a free online performance platform, cre…
 
Mona Butler has been a bassoonist in Pacific Northwest Ballet Orchestra since the orchestra was founded in 1989, and PNB's Music Librarian since the position was created in 1996. Marketing Assistant Maris Antolin sat down with Mona in late February to talk about what a Music Librarian does, the years-long process of putting together the orchestra p…
 
This was previously uploaded with the wrong episode file. Still finding ways to make mistakes, folks. This week we cover some recent book news. Next week we will be discussing The Collection by Nina Leger. Sources: Clive Cussler Obituary Booker International Longlist Women's Prize Longlist Maddaddam Ballet Announcement Catherine Pugh Sentenced to 3…
 
We're being told to work from home if we can, so how is it going? Anna Harris who works for a marketing and advertising agency, and Caroline Whaley, the co-founder of a coaching consultancy aimed at women and leadership, discuss. Lara Lewington from BBC Click offers some tips and advice for staying in touch via tech. The Lives of Houses is a collec…
 
Artistic Director and Principal Choreographer Helgi Tomasson and Principal Dancer Joseph Walsh discuss the role of Oberon in George Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Join Helgi Tomasson and Joseph Walsh as they call in from shelter-in-place to discuss the role of Oberon. Learn about what it was like to dance for Balanchine and what it is that…
 
Principal Dancer Esteban Hernandez shares his story. Recently promoted Principal Dancer Esteban Hernandez discusses his childhood, career, and the role of Benjamin in Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella with Caitlin Sims. He also shares about his work with his family in Mexico, sharing the joy of ballet through performances, classes, and auditions. L…
 
The Government has issued new guidelines on the personal protective equipment that should be used by those on the NHS frontline. It has also said that it is important for social care staff to feel safe, and that the new guidance will give them information and reassurance. But how do the army of women working to provide care in care homes and care t…
 
We’ve all got lots of time at home, but how much of it are we able to spend taking care of ourselves for a couple of minutes? We know it’s not easy for everyone and our suggestions may not be your cup of tea, but we want to encourage you to find something small that helps you feel like you’re taking care of you right now. We don’t love throwing aro…
 
With the government announcement that low risk, pregnant women prisoners, and those in mother and baby units are to be released we hear from Dr Kate Paradine, Chief Executive of Women in Prison and Natasha Walter, Director of Women for Refugee Women. They discuss their concerns and reveal the fears of women in Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Centre…
 
Click to view slideshow.https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/04/gabri-christa_ml3.mp3 In this second week of COVID quarantine in New York City, Michael and Clara had the privilege of connecting with multi-disciplinary art maker Gabri Christa over Zoom. Gabri is a dancer, choreographer, filmmaker, scholar and all-around artist with a rich hist…
 
All professional and grassroots football matches across the country have been suspended due to the COVID-19 outbreak. As the men’s teams are forced from the pitch and income falls away what will happen to the women’s teams they supported? Jen O'Neill, editor of shekicks.net and Kerys Harrop, Captain of Birmingham City Ladies, discuss the issues. Th…
 
ChristopherKah's participation to our #StayHomeFestival. Delivering a powerful techno live set with minimalist Roland-only setup.Want to participate in the festival? Send us your stream!'#StayHomeFestival #StayHome #HousePartySafePLAYLIST : Christopher Kah - Salut !Hybrasil - HathorLocked Club - ClubChristopher Kah - LunarPlastikman - Hypokondriak …
 
Coppélia or, The Girl With The Enamel Eyes is a comic ballet originally choreographed by Arthur Saint-Léon to the music of Léo Delibes, with libretto by Charles-Louis-Étienne Nuitter. Nuitter's libretto and mise-en-scène was based upon two stories by E. T. A. Hoffmann: Der Sandmann (The Sandman). Coppélia premiered on 25 May 1870 at the Théâtre Imp…
 
Principal Dancer Misa Kuranaga talks about her path to San Francisco Ballet and the role of Cinderella. New Principal Dancer Misa Kuranaga shares stories about her life, how she first came to San Francisco Ballet, and why she chose to return this year. She also gives insight into the character of Cinderella, both in Christopher Wheeldon and Frederi…
 
We're being told to work from home if we can, so how's it going? What if you're sharing your home with someone else #WFH? Do you have enough space? As well as the paid work you're doing, how are the chores getting divided up? And what about looking after children in the middle of it all?Victims of violence in the home are being reassured that there…
 
An update to our previous show on the COVID-19 experience in our town of Cedar City, Utah.Classical Music Discoveries is sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival and Uber.@khedgecock#PODCASTINGCOVID @podomatic#ClassicalMusicDiscoveries #KeepClassicalMusicAlive#LaMusicaFestival #CMDGrandOperaCompanyofVenice #CMDParisPhilharmonicin…
 
The Royal College of Midwives says that coronavirus may mean its staff have to work elsewhere in the NHS, rather than looking after pregnant women. Dr Mary Ross Davie explains the RCM's concerns. Social workers are trying to keep working safely and effectively despite restrictions around Covid-19. However, a survey by the British Associations of So…
 
Could you use a strong dose of optimism right about now? Meet our guest Jen Gotch: a creative powerhouse, mental health advocate, the chief creative officer of ban.do, and author of a new book called The Upside of Being Down. Jen takes us down the winding path that got her to where she is today, and shares insights on how to untether yourself from …
 
I think todays conversation is all about settling into this new norm as best as we can. I hope this conversation helps you feel less alone. I hope you're treating yourself with kindness. Our goal? To try put ourselves in other peoples shoes before judging them and try to not judge ourselves. If you want to do daily live classes from dancers all aro…
 
RECORDED ACROSS THE WAVELENGTHS OF TIME AND SPACE (AKA LONDON), WE PRESENT A SPECIAL MINI-EPISODE. Yes you guessed it, because we aren't allowed to nerd out about classical music in the same room, we decided to nerd out about it over a google hangout, and we thought you might like to hear it. Available for a limited time only, so hop on this classi…
 
One of the unexpected side-effects of dealing with cancer can be how it impacts relationships with food and eating.The various treatments can take away both appetite, and the ability to eat and enjoy food - which has a knock-on effect on the patient's health, social life and wider wellbeing...Sheila Dillon knows this better than most: eight years a…
 
Ben Gorodetsky’s Biblioteka was set to be shown as part of Mile Zero Dance’s mainstage earlier this month. Now cancelled, like everything else. It’s our first foray into remote recording! We tracked down Ben Gorodetsky to talk about Biblioteka, which was cancelled (among everything else) with the order to shutdown gathering spaces. We cover the ide…
 
Lakmé is an opera in three acts by Léo Delibes to a French libretto by Edmond Gondinet and Philippe Gille.The score, written from 1881–1882, was first performed on 14 April 1883 by the Opéra-Comique at the (second) Salle Favart in Paris, with stage decorations designed by Auguste Alfred Rubé and Philippe Chaperon (Act I), Eugène Louis Carpezat and …
 
For women of colour, planting is becoming a popular way to establish ownership and celebrate cultural heritage. Aimée Grant Cumberbatch, founder of Grown, a gardening club for women of colour, and Flo Headlam, professional gardener and BBC Two’s Gardeners’ World’s first black presenter discuss.Ten organisations across the UK including Rape Crisis a…
 
On the second installment of the COVID-19 lockdown podcasts, the boys are joined by Savannah Booth! In addition to being Kevin's cousin and the reason he ever met Jake, Savannah has been flying all around the nation as a flight attendant and currently in flight school to become a pilot. Art- Kerina McCarthy Music- Tribe Society Tweets- @TheAstrophy…
 
Barry shares his experience living in the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in Queens, New York and offers some tips to help listeners self-correct their home practice during this period of social distancing. Pas de Chát's host Barry Kerollis is an award-winning choreographer, instructor, and dancer with over 13 years experience in the dance world…
 
Keeping up fitness when you're isolated at home. Jenni talks to fitness instructor Rosemary Mallace of Over Fifty Fitness and Professor Janet Lord, an expert in muscle health and immunity from the University of Birmingham, about why keeping moving is particularly important as you get older and what you can do to exercise at home.Earlier this week t…
 
The subtitle of this book says it all: “One Type A Mama’s Journey Learning to Laugh and Let Go” . We had the pleasure of chatting with mama to 4, journalist and author, Christie Cuthbert. Her book, “Mom! I Farted In Church”, released this past January and has been making moms laugh and feel encouraged all at the same time for months. Tune in to hea…
 
Dr Jenny Harries, the Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England has become a familiar face and reassuring voice at the regular press conferences from Number 10 over the last couple of weeks. Today she joins Jenni to talk about the latest advice and information about the coronavirus pandemic and answers questions posed by our listeners. We've been he…
 
Today I want to take a break from the seriousness of the moment and bring you joy and perspective with my guest, Desiree Parkman. With most of us at home, it is a great time to get clear on your branding and strategy. In this episode, we dive into how to build solid foundations for longevity in your career. I am offering to pay what you can for coa…
 
The 34th Season of La Musica International Chamber Music Festival has been canceled, however, the music still lives on!Members of our CMD Grand Opera Company of Venice perform -Beethoven: String Trio in G Major, Op. 9, No. 1Dohnanyi: Piano Quintet in E-flat minor, Op. 26, No. 2Brahms: String Sextet No. 1 in B-flat Major, Op. 18For more information …
 
More money has been made available across the UK to help rough sleepers during the Covid-19 pandemic. But is enough being done to help the thousands of women and children who are in temporary accommodation? What’s being done to protect the thousands of “hidden homeless” who find themselves in B&B’s. Jenni speaks to Tina who is “sofa-surfing” with h…
 
As has been widely reported, the outbreak of COVID-19 is causing a serious pubic health emergency. Alongside this public health crisis is an economic crisis. Even for all of us who haven’t gotten sick… yet… the pandemic is still upending our lives.We talk with journalist Peter Galuszka about how the pandeminc is going to hit Virginia's economy. Pet…
 
Loading …
Google login Twitter login Classic login