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Best Contemporary Dance podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Contemporary Dance podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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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 ...
 
Watch featured dance films on www.dancecinema.org and listen to the makers speak about their creative process. Presenting the growing art of dance films, our aim is to ignite & inspire the growing community of dance on screen. Selecting dance films due to the importance of their content, their collaborative curiosity & originality in blurring the boundaries between cinema, dance & contemporary art.​ Listen from the makers of dance films, from directors, dancers, choreographers, sound designe ...
 
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.
 
Tango Angeles is born out of Ronaldos experience in learning about the dance and music of tango. Evocative music, captivating stories and thought-provoking interviews with contemporary tango luminaries as well as social tango dancers from around the world will take you to a place of dreams and nostalgia. Tango Angeles delves deeply into the enchanting world of tango and brings its treasures to the English-speaking world. Ronaldos passion for the subject, velvety voice and irresistible Buenos ...
 
Chicago Dance Crash is a multi-disciplined, contemporary dance company committed to both exploring and exploiting the potential of human response, conflict and athleticism through live performance. By way of these goals, the company ultimately seeks to develop a wider appreciation in the community for dance not only as an influential art form, but also as an accessible form of entertainment.
 
beatwell's love for music has been a constant in his life, always seeking fresh cuts from obscure places, never mainstream but mainstream enough for everyone to dance.His musical heartrate dates back to the last century, where old school hip-hop, classic disco and birth of electronica all made a lasting impression, and forever inspiring him to think differently and dare to look outside the norm. The goal is always to create the ultimate atmosphere, for a journey into the rhythms of contempor ...
 
Kaelin Isserlin and Jeanne Lewis, two students at the School of Toronto dance Theatre, talk about dance and dance related subjects with their guests. If you love handsome queer red hair boys, french accents and learning more about cool dance artists, this is the show for you.Podcast powered by Spreaker. Go to www.spreaker.com/create
 
Public Energy is proud to launch Curator’s Corner, its first-ever podcast featuring an inside look at contemporary performance. In Curator’s Corner, Public Energy’s Performance Curator Victoria Mohr-Blakeney interviews artists to get a behind-the-scenes look at contemporary dance, theatre, and interdisciplinary arts practices. Curator’s Corner examines the urgency and motivation behind why performing artists make the work they do and what they can teach us about the world and ourselves.
 
Morgan is a Yoga and Dance Teacher, Sattvic Healing Specialist and Herbalist. In this podcast she shares inspiration from the Vedic traditions of Yoga and Ayurveda in a contemporary context through a contemplative lens. The MindSpace Podcast is made up of talks, meditations, and interviews intentioned to support the blossoming of your health and happiness. Thanks for listening!
 
Follow Hipstercast on souncloud: https://soundcloud.com/hipstercastCo-owned by Attaboy, the cult of contemporary independent music hipsters from Indie to House and Underground sound. The unique combination of style and sound in each of the episodes, brought fame and popularity of podcasts in Russia and Ukraine. Hipstercast episodes continue to receive support and global fame for high sound quality and standard of the modern podcasts. Even more incredible music and interesting artists waiting ...
 
From the Top is a podcast from IG HOP, a swing dance collective based in Vienna, Austria. It looks at the big issues in contemporary swing dance culture.Researched, produced and presented by a dedicated team, it brings you the best expertise and knowledge from around the world. Feel free to contact us with comments and questions at contact@ighop.at or on Facebook.
 
Chemically Enhanced Music.✪ Experimentation with sound. EDM / DUBSTEP / HOUSE / ELECTRONIC/ TECHNO / GLITCH / VOCALS For the podcast listeners out there, This podcast consists of songs produced by SoS (Stefan Stuck). The style of each song varies greatly so listen to each one! Ever since I started producing I've been addicted! I spend more time making sounds and beats than I do at my full time job. I have always been good with computers and learning software so learning FL Studio has been ea ...
 
How about a time machine: A deep bite into history is a dance/performance history podcast featuring Diego Romero and Arash khakpour. This podcast arose from their unified interest and lack of knowledge on the evolution of the contemporary dance and performing arts in Canada. We interview the artists that have, and continue to push the shifting landscape of this scene. Each podcast is conducted in our formal and dry-fashioned manners, why? we don’t know, possibly due to our juvenility and ter ...
 
Every week, THUMP’s Editor-in-Chief Emilie Friedlander and a panel of guests discuss the people and stories shaping the contemporary club culture and nightlife. Our objective: to pinpoint what it is that we go looking for when go out, and what we find out about ourselves when we get there.
 
Ethnomusicology Today is a podcast series produced by the Society for Ethnomusicology, an organization committed to the research, study, and performance of music in all historical periods and cultural contexts. Ethnomusicology Today features stories and interviews aimed at engaging a broad audience of educators, scholars, musicians, and a listening public interested in contemporary issues in global music studies.
 
Every week, join Erik Robinson and Zane – sometimes known as the Man With No Voice – as they discuss all things gaming – from the classics to the contemporary, from the human faces behind the games to the nostalgic memories that keep us playing to celebrations and satires of the medium we love. ARCADE TIRED is the video game comedy podcast the regular folk ain’t ready for!
 
CULTURE ALT features interviews of the world's culture and lifestyle icons, from international artists to award winning film directors, designers, Michelin Star chefs, best luxury travel spots and much more. Interviews by Maia Morgensztern, journalist and broadcaster. Podcasts in English and in French www.culturealt.com Instagram @maiamorgen
 
What’s In The Box is a new sublabel of Highway Records, aimed at releasing high quality contemporary dance music with beautiful deep house and nu disco flavours. What’s In The Box sincerely supports vinyl culture and features the most talented upcoming artists from all over the world — The Saint Petersburg Disco Spin Club, Darko Kustura and Ponty Mython, to name a few, — as well as established, well-known international producers, such as Vincenzo, Spirit Catcher, Kolombo, Mario Basanov and m ...
 
Arts House is well-established as one of Australia’s most exciting contemporary arts presenters. ​​​​​​Our dynamic program of activities fosters the development and presentation of innovative, multidisciplinary works, stimulating peer and sector development. As a City of Melbourne program, Arts House enjoys a stability that allows long-term artistic vision and ongoing investment in new ideas and art forms. We take a holistic approach, supporting the various stages in the life cycle of artist ...
 
Hillbilly House, the electronic dance duo from Connecticut AKA the Two Hillbillies "Rich Dittman and Tim Costa" from the radio station WWUH, faithfully pumped out the sounds of New York, Chicago House and Detroit Techno in the late 80’s til the mid 90’s. They were critically involved with breaking new music in CT while collaborating with the local Club Riot in Hartford. The label released tracks from artists Laurent X, Mark Imperial, Mark Summers, Aqua Regia, Ed Crosby and Grey House, Piano ...
 
By day, he introduces contemporary music through the airwaves but by night, he turns up the beats behind the mixer and morphemes into a whole new persona. DJ Shin is the resident DJ at Room18, and G5 Party the most popular night club over 3 years in Taipei and Funky Lounge Bar in Beijing. He is a regular headliner for important events like the ‘2010 Xinbei City International Arts Festival’, ‘2011 Coca Cola’s 125years Celebration’ and is regularly invited to major cities like Shanghai [Angle ...
 
Savvy Records channels the omniscient spirit of it's creators, and exists in the minds and souls of it's lovers. In art galleries, studios, bars, restaurants, clubs and warehouses, underground and above, whether illuminating the dance-floor or playing in the background, it's always about amusement. ​ It doesn't usually make any sense, and sounds more abstract than anything else, but that only makes it all the more jazzing for us. Savvy is a contemporary concept label founded in Canada by Tor ...
 
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On today's show:* How do I safely manage work clothes?* When we wash our hands to wash away the bad germs, do we wash away the good germs too?* Is large scale temperature checking useful to find people who may have the virus?* Can two positively diagnosed COVID-19 people live together in the same house?* Is coronavirus more aggressive overseas?…
 
Wired magazine's Steven Levy has reported on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for years. In his new book, "Facebook: The Inside Story," Levy draws upon that familiarity, as well as a young Zuckerberg's recently unearthed journals, for an intimate look at the social media giant -- including its reluctance to acknowledge warning signs due to a relentless…
 
Dame Vera Lynn recently turned 103 and has just posted a youtube clip of her history with this song and says and I quote from the clip: "All around the world, people are facing extremely difficult times. It is likely that we will all have to make hard decisions in the coming months."Jennifer nominates Vera Lyn, singing We'll Meet Again.…
 
Thousands of Australians are now out of work and the Federal government has stepped up in ways that would have been unfathomable just a few months ago.There is no doubt we are living in extraordinary times, but what happens when this is all over? Could COVID-19 make us a more compassionate society?
 
Our pal Liz Nicholls joins us to commiserate on the current dearth of liveness on Edmonton’s stages. It took a pandemic, but we finally caught her! This week, we talk bread-making, online performances, and the surreal weirdness of Edmonton sans live theatre with the one and only Liz Nicholls. Some links discussed in this episode: • Liz Nicholls’ bl…
 
The Trump administration and health officials are now recommending that Americans should wear face masks while out in public to try to reduce the spread of coronavirus. But locals in Bethesda, Maryland, have already been putting their sewing machines to work. Jeffrey Brown reports on how these citizens of all ages are motivated to do something to h…
 
In previous books like "The Devil in the White City" and "Isaac's Storm," bestselling author Erik Larson has used everyday people to chronicle historical events. But his latest offering, "The Splendid and the Vile: A Saga of Churchill, Family, and Defiance during the Blitz," explores Winston Churchill's turbulent first year as Britain's wartime pri…
 
Your store has remained open to all customers, albeit introducing measures to 'encourage' social distancing. You feel morally and physically compromised by having to work in this environment when every message from government and, particularly, from health workers, implores us to stay home. Management has been supportive about taking time off but u…
 
Today's episode of Coronacast gives you the pep talk you didn't know you needed.* What's the end game here? Are we all just going to get it? Or can we get rid of it somehow?And Dr Norman Swan and Tegan Taylor talk about an article in The Conversation titled "Regaining control: the case for a short, sharp lockdown"…
 
President Trump has long had a complicated relationship with the news media. He tends to seek out reporters he deems friendly, while butting heads with those he accuses of treating him unfairly. As ABC News' chief White House correspondent, Jonathan Karl has a close-up view of these dynamics, which he describes in his new book, "Front Row at the Tr…
 
With so many Americans sheltering at home, it's no surprise that television viewing, especially streaming video, has seen a dramatic increase. A recent Nielsen analysis showed an 85 percent rise in streaming from a year ago and steady growth from week to week in March. What should we watch first? Jeffrey Brown gets some recommendations from Los Ang…
 
“Green Chile Stew” is one of the 11 new songs from Navarro’s new album for 2020, “Into The Light”. This is Navarro’s 25th album and it features over 20 musicians contributing to Ken’s new music including bassists Gary Grainger & John Patitucci, drummers Greg Grainger, Bruce Guttridge & Dave Weckl, keyboardist Jay Rowe, harpist Lori Andrews & saxoph…
 
For Alone, Together where you suggest songs to connect us Anne writes:"I would like to request John Prine singing Long Monday. It is a song about longing for a lover who is far away. My sister and I are very close but she lives in Indiana and I live here in Canberra. We stay in touch through daily texting and lots of FaceTime, much as the rest of t…
 
An unusual college in Charleston, South Carolina, offers a four-year liberal arts education while students also earn certification in one of eight artisan trades. The blended approach enhances students' capabilities -- and helps replenish the domestic pipeline of craftspeople. Jeffrey Brown visited the school's campus for Canvas, our arts and cultu…
 
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…
 
In December last year a convoy of nearly 100 vehicles left the central coast of NSW loaded with personalised hampers, children's Christmas presents and the best gift of all, water. They were driving west into the heartland of drought and spreading good will and support to some of the rural towns that needed it most. The person behind that convoy is…
 
Norman's coronavirus test is back, and it was negative!He's been so clean and careful but still picked up something. How did that happen?On today's show:* Are sweaty joggers putting you at risk?* Why are health professionals falling sick?* Why isn't the government doing more testing in 'hotspots'?
 
In this time of keeping our distance, we can still connect. Through music.John from Mullumbimby is a broad church when it comes to music. He writes:"Hi Life Matters,I love listening to you in the early morning before sunrise.The songs that come to mind for me are...", and then John lists a whole bunch including this one...…
 
When New Zealander Claire Nelson left her home, friends and work to head into the California desert, she was looking for adventure. She wasn't looking to experience the most harrowing ordeal of her life, but, on her first day hiking, Claire tripped, falling six metres down a canyon and shattering her pelvis on impact. As she hit the ground, she rea…
 
On today's show:* Dr Norman Swan explains how the coronavirus test is done* Why don't the authorities give us better data on where positive cases are found?* Is it okay to mail packages and cards/letters to loved ones in the hospital or nursing homes?* You talk about getting high and low doses of the virus. What do you mean by that? * Does taking s…
 
Mexico is a country where violence often dominates headlines. But in recent years, its capital has experienced something of a contemporary arts boom. Mexico City's annual Zona Maco festival has grown to become Latin America's largest art fair -- and a global center of creative culture. Jeffrey Brown reports on how the impact of Mexico's artistic su…
 
Discussions on Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Superhot, Hitman (2016), Metacritic's 2020 Game Publisher Rankings, E3 2020's cancellation, and of course the Coronavirus. 00:03:35 - Coronacast 00:09:20 - Assassin's Creed Odyssey (Chris/Heath) 00:30:18 - Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Heath) 00:33:50 - Kentucky Route Zero (Ch…
 
Liz writes:I would love to make a suggestion for the 'Alone Together' song time.I love the band The Wombats and it doesn't hurt that they're from my second home of Liverpool, England where my grandparents are from and where I lived for a time.Their happy, upbeat song 'Let's Dance to Joy Division' includes the lines in the chorus: 'Everything is goi…
 
Millions of Americans across the country are now staying inside due to the pandemic. That includes artist Fulton Leroy Washington, who became known as "Mr. Wash" while serving 21 years in prison for a non-violent drug offense. NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Booker spoke with Washington about why his time being incarcerated allows him to see social …
 
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…
 
South Carolina band Ranky Tanky is on a mission to revive and celebrate Gullah music and culture, which originated among descendants of West African slaves in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina. The group earned a Grammy Award this winter, and Jeffrey Brown went to the Lowcountry for a listen as part of our American Creators series and ongoing cov…
 
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…
 
On this special episode of "Movers & Shapers: A Dance Podcast" we have for you a wide array of artists working in the dance field who are each trying to navigate what the coronaviris crisis means to them and the work they do. Inspiring, honest, hopeful, hear from Megan Mizanty, Ariel Grossman, Eduardo Villaro, Anabella Lenzu, Stephanie Acosta, and …
 
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