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Welcome to City Ballet The Podcast, an exploration of New York City Ballet where we'll journey through our history, delve into our new and existing repertory, and reveal insider tidbits. Each season of City Ballet The Podcast features episodes that span three topics: New Combinations hosted by Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan, Hear the Dance hosted by dance educator and former NYCB dancer Silas Farley, and See the Music hosted by Music Director Andrew Litton.
 
Kinetic Conversations with the Fort Wayne Ballet is an interview format podcast produced by and for the Fort Wayne Ballet and the Auer Academy. Join us as we discuss the art and history of dance, and the ins and outs of growing a professional ballet company. Kinetic Conversations is hosted by Jim Sparrow and Karen Gibbons-Brown. The show is co-produced by John Dawkins and Wayneshout Productions. Original theme music is by John Dawkins. For more about this podcast, visit fortwayneballet.org a ...
 
Uncover the world of Ballet and Dance with Balancing Pointe Podcast! Host Kimberly Falker interviews the world's top success stories in Ballet and Dance. From dancers, choreographers, writers, photographers and anyone who has "made it" in the world of Ballet and Dance, Kimberly shares their journey to the top and uncover's the secrets to their success. www.BalancingPointe.com
 
In the Ballet Popular Talk Show, Ibrahim Perez and Maria Kouppari discuss ballet topics for the Adult Ballet Dancers who are serious about improving and for everyone who is open to view Ballet in the 21st century with a new perspective and a different point of view. Adult Dancers, let us help you improve your technique & widen your vision to become the dancer you always wanted to be! We quit the pursuit of dancing for ballet companies and decided to pave our own path. We created Ballet Popul ...
 
Ainda comes Miluvit?! A tua mãe faz-te a cama?! Pensas que Avante é um medicamento para a disfunção eréctil?! Julgas que o Vitinho não tem nada a ver com a Casa Pia?! Um podcast de tertúlia, de escárnio e maldizer, mas com sapiência. De duas em duas semanas, com Luís Silva, Nuno Montez da Silveira, Francisco Delgado e Bruno Martins. O site é: http://balletdasbonecasrussas.blogspot.com . Transmissão directa também na Rádio Zero do IST, quartas às 22h (http://radio.ist.utl.pt) "Ditamos a moda ...
 
Welcome to The Head Ballet podcast! This podcast is the place to come to hear guests discuss with me, Paul Abbott, their favourite novelty songs - the funny, the weird, the daft and the outright baffling tunes that have been skipping and dancing around in their heads for years. Everybody loves something that could be considered novel, so why not celebrate it? Importantly, it also seeks to try and stretch the definition of novelty to encompass all manner of recordings. This could include TV T ...
 
Escape the backstage commotion and find a quiet moment in the dressing room with Scottish Ballet. Join staff and dancers from Scotland’s national dance company as we take on some big discussions facing society today, shining a light on what the ballet industry can do to become more transparent, diverse, inclusive, and equitable. In each episode we’ll be joined by special guests for a frank conversation about the world we live in, and where a ballet company fits into it. The opinions expresse ...
 
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Host Silas Farley opens the latest season of City Ballet The Podcast with a Hear the Dance episode devoted to George Balanchine’s Mozartiana. Choreographed for the 1981 Tschaikovsky Festival, the ballet was a moving representation of Balanchine's admiration not only for the composer, but also for the dancers of the corps de ballet and students of t…
 
Hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Aarón Sanz are back with a very special holiday edition of The Rosin Box. In an intimate tour of the bustling backstage spaces before, during, and after a performance of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker®, Claire and Aarón reveal what it takes to make this magical production come to life. From the necessary comforts of…
 
De muziek van de Notenkraker is gecomponeerd door gecomponeerd door de Rus Pjotr Iljitsj Tsjaikovski. Wist je dat hij het componeren van dit ballet een ‘ware martelgang’ vond? In deze 3-delige podcast neemt podcastmaker Babette Rijkhoff, je mee achter de schermen van het Nationale Ballet. Tijdens de voorbereidingen van de Notenkraker en de Muizenko…
 
Wist je dat de Notenkraker meer dan 300 verschillende kostuums heeft? En dat sommige dansers per voorstelling een paar balletschoenen verslijten? En had je ooit gedacht dat wodka een goeie manier was om een balletpak schoon te maken? In deze 3-delige podcast neemt podcastmaker Babette Rijkhoff je mee achter de schermen van het Nationale Ballet. Tij…
 
Meer dan vijftig balletgezelschappen over de wereld dansen het ballet Notenkraker & Muizenkoning. Bijna alle balletgezelschappen passen het verhaal een beetje aan. Zo speelt in Nederland de voorstelling zich af in een Amsterdams grachtenpand en in plaats van Kerst op Sinterklaasavond. In deze 3-delige podcast neemt podcastmaker Babette Rijkhoff je …
 
In the latest installment of The Rosin Box, hosts and Soloists Claire Kretzschmar and Aarón Sanz are joined by Judy Elliott-Pugh, NYCB’s Senior Director of Human Resources, Diversity, and Inclusion, for a conversation about her newly-created position. From day-to-day operations to ongoing and broadly-reaching projects and goals, they discuss the wa…
 
This week on the Rosin Box, hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Aarón Sanz explore the unique experiences of Company dancers originally trained in other countries. They’re joined by retiring Principal Dancer Gonzalo Garcia and still new-to-NYCB Soloist Chun Wai Chan for a wide-ranging conversation that covers everything from moving to the states, first in…
 
Jim Sparrow talks with Artistic Director, Karen Gibbons-Brown about the American history of the Nutcracker. Beginning with Balanchine's famous New York Ballet production, performing annually since 1954, The Nutcracker has taken on a whole new life in this country, spawning many new variations and traditions. As the Fort Wayne Ballet gears up for it…
 
Ballet Talk is back in person! This episode was recorded was recorded on opening night of PNB's second rep of the 2021/22 Season, BEYOND BALLET. Former Manager of Audience Education Doug Fullington walks a small live audience through the three works that make up BEYOND BALLET. As we celebrate internationally acclaimed choreographers Ulysses Dove, J…
 
Step behind the curtain and into the rehearsal studio with hosts and Soloists Claire Kretzschmar and Aaron Sanz on another episode of The Rosin Box. School of American Ballet faculty members Suki Schorer and Anthony Huxley join to talk about the School’s curriculum, the challenges of teaching and performing at the same time, and the joys of watchin…
 
The Rosin Box is back for a fresh season of vital conversation and first-person perspective on the backstage lives and day-to-day work of NYCB’s dancers. Hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Aarón Sanz mark their triumphant return—and the Company’s return to the Theater—by sharing their experiences throughout the long months away, from Claire’s “garage Nut…
 
In deze podcast gaan Hoofdramaturg Luc Joosten en Repetitor Ernst Munike aan de piano dieper in op de muziek en de partituur van Mozarts Don Giovanni. Zij vertellen over hoe Mozart bijzonder gedetailleerd te werk ging bij het creëren van zijn personages en hoe hij erin in slaagt muziek, woord en actie perfect op elkaar af te stemmen. U krijgt zo ee…
 
In deze podcast gaan Hoofdramaturg Luc Joosten en Repetitor Ernst Munike aan de piano dieper in op de muziek en de partituur van Mozarts Don Giovanni. Zij vertellen over hoe Mozart bijzonder gedetailleerd te werk ging bij het creëren van zijn personages en hoe hij erin in slaagt muziek, woord en actie perfect op elkaar af te stemmen. U krijgt zo ee…
 
In deze (Engelse) podcast gaat Lin van Ellinckhuijsen in gesprek met eerste soliste Anna Tsygankova, die ook de wereldpremière van Mata Hari danste in 2016. In dit gesprek vertelt zij over de creatie en het repetitieproces, de essentie van dans voor haar en het coachen van een nieuwe, talentvolle generatie.…
 
In deze podcast gaat Lin van Ellinckhuijsen in gesprek met Ted Brandsen, Janine Brogt en Tarik O'Regan. Zij spreken over de transitie van Marghareta naar Mata Hari, keuzes maken, kolonialisme, mythologiseren, overleven en het creëren van een muzikale vertaling van het libretto.Autor: Nationale Opera & Ballet
 
In the spirit of the season, and of Romantic period ballets in general, Giselle is a gracefully portrayed tale of death and restless spirits. Jim Sparrow and Karen Gibbons-Brown sit down to discuss the upcoming performance of the show and talk about the bleak European mythology behind its story. Kinetic Conversations is a joint production of Fort W…
 
In this new See the Music episode, host and NYCB Orchestra Music Director Andrew Litton leads us through the history and multi-faceted movements of the music for George Balanchine's La Valse. Choreographed in 1951, the score combines two of Maurice Ravel's compositions: Valses Nobles et Sentimentales and La Valse—a "genius" merging of two interrela…
 
We talk about how ballet and the dance world is affected by social media. Not only that, the benefits of using social media if targeted the right way. Who are you if you are nowhere to be found online? The internet has changed how we access ballet and its endless possibilities for growth. During the Covid19 pandemic we definitely have seen the bene…
 
This is Part 2! We talk about how ballet and the dance world is affected by social media. Not only that, the benefits of using social media if targeted the right way. Who are you if you are nowhere to be found online? The internet has changed how we access ballet and its endless possibilities for growth. During the Covid19 pandemic we definitely ha…
 
Host Silas Farley is back with another Hear the Dance episode of City Ballet The Podcast exploring Balanchine’s Chaconne. Farley is joined by legendary former Principal Dancer Suzanne Farrell, who originated the lead role in the 1976 premiere, and current Principal Dancer Maria Kowroski, who inherited many of Farrell’s signature roles during her mo…
 
New Combinations is back with host Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan in a wide-ranging conversation with choreographer Andrea Miller, whose first onstage work for NYCB premieres this Thursday at the annual Fall Gala. They discuss Miller’s journey from modern dance training in Utah, to studying at Juilliard, to learning the “gaga” movement la…
 
In our season opener podcast, Jim Sparrow and Karen Gibbons-Brown talk to guest choreographer, Cynthia Pratt, to discuss her career and her piece for the Fort Wayne Ballet's upcoming performance of Diversions 21, which runs from September 30th to October 2nd. Kinetic Conversations is a creation of Wayneshout Productions, produced by John Dawkins. Y…
 
Host Silas Farley delves deep into the creation of Jerome Robbins’ Glass Pieces in part two of this new Hear the Dance episode. Former NYCB Principal Dancers and husband and wife duo Maria Calegari and Bart Cook share intimate details about the second movement pas de deux, the development of which marked the beginning of their relationship; Corps d…
 
Just like the Company itself, City Ballet The Podcast is back, with a brand new Hear the Dance episode on Jerome Robbins’ Glass Pieces. Returning host Silas Farley is joined by former Principal Dancers and original cast members Helene Alexopoulos, Maria Calegari, and Bart Cook, and current Corps de Ballet Member Gretchen Smith, for a conversation a…
 
Join PNB's former Manager of Audience Education Doug Fullington in kicking off the 2021/22 season with SINGULARLY CERRUDO. The triple bill celebrates the creative power of PNB’s Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo in the presentation of his most beloved work. Breathe in the moving tranquility of Silent Ghost, get a tantalizing look at the spec…
 
Missa in tempore belli is een groots project. We horen religieuze muziek van Haydn én elektronische composities van Janiv Oron. We zien op het podium het koor, verschillende videoprojecties, solisten én dansers van Het Nationale Ballet. In deze inleidende podcast zit Laura Roling, dramaturg bij De Nationale Opera, samen met Niels Nuijten, productie…
 
In deze podcast geeft Jasmijn van Wijnen, junior dramaturg bij De Nationale Opera, een auditief inkijkje in het verhaal, de enscenering en de muziek van de voorstelling Der Zwerg. Ze spreekt met Luc Joosten, hoofddramaturg bij De Nationale Opera. Hij vertelt meer over de enscenering van het werk en de artistieke keuzes van regisseur Nanouk Leopold.…
 
We talk about the difficult times we are going through as dancers during Covid and how the world of ballet has been affected by the pandemic. Is online ballet the future? What lessons has the pandemic taught the dance world, and is ballet truly ready to embrace the new world? Are there more opportunities especially for adult ballet dancers to impro…
 
In this episode, Scottish Ballet’s Director of Brand, Audience & Digital, Kate Carter, is joined by Jane Pritchard, Curator of Dance, Theatre and Performance at the V&A, and Sir Geoff Palmer, human rights activist and professor emeritus at Heriot-Watt University for a discussion about how we can address some of the difficult areas of our history. T…
 
Scottish Ballet’s Head of Performance Medicine Martin Lanfear is joined by Myles Thatcher, choreographer and dancer at San Francisco Ballet, Bruno Micchardi, Scottish Ballet Soloist, and Scottish Ballet’s Director of Engagement Catherine Cassidy, for an open and candid discussion about masculinity in ballet. The opinions expressed are those of the …
 
Scottish Ballet’s CEO & Artistic Director Christopher Hampson is joined by Cassa Pancho MBE, Artistic Director & Founder of Ballet Black and Rishan Benjamin, Scottish Ballet Artist, to explore how the dance community can do more to stamp out racism within the industry, and beyond. The opinions expressed are those of the individuals involved and do …
 
Wagner’s Die Walküre met een twist. Dat is David Kanaga’s Soft Valkyrie. De Amerikaanse componist en gamedesigner presenteert Wagner’s monumentale opera integraal in een elektronische versie. De hoofdrollen worden vertolkt door zangers uit sterk uiteenlopende disciplines, waaronder een rapper, een death metal-zanger en een Wagner-coryfee. Niemand m…
 
Wagner’s Die Walküre met een twist. Dat is David Kanaga’s Soft Valkyrie. De Amerikaanse componist en gamedesigner presenteert Wagner’s monumentale opera integraal in een elektronische versie. De hoofdrollen worden vertolkt door zangers uit sterk uiteenlopende disciplines, waaronder een rapper, een death metal-zanger en een Wagner-coryfee. Niemand m…
 
Wagner’s Die Walküre met een twist. Dat is David Kanaga’s Soft Valkyrie. De Amerikaanse componist en gamedesigner presenteert Wagner’s monumentale opera integraal in een elektronische versie. De hoofdrollen worden vertolkt door zangers uit sterk uiteenlopende disciplines, waaronder een rapper, een death metal-zanger en een Wagner-coryfee. Niemand m…
 
Wagner’s Die Walküre met een twist. Dat is David Kanaga’s Soft Valkyrie. De Amerikaanse componist en gamedesigner presenteert Wagner’s monumentale opera integraal in een elektronische versie. De hoofdrollen worden vertolkt door zangers uit sterk uiteenlopende disciplines, waaronder een rapper, een death metal-zanger en een Wagner-coryfee. Niemand m…
 
Welcome to The Head Ballet podcast. Paul Abbott invites guests to discuss their favourite novelty songs. This episode marks one year of The Head Ballet's existence and what better way to celebrate than by exploring the band who gave the show its name and one member of that group in particular - the much loved and much missed Neil Innes. Joining Pau…
 
Doug Fullington talks about PNB's conclusion of our first-ever digital season with two world premiere works choreographed, rehearsed, and filmed exclusively for the digital stage by Tony-award winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, and artistic director of Ballet Met, Edwaard Liang. PNB's Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo's cheeky work,…
 
All You Need to Know About Swan Lake Before You Watch! Swan Lake may be the most iconic ballet in history. But despite its success today, the creation of Swan Lake in 19th-century Russia was far from smooth-sailing. For one, Tchaikovsky bristled at the idea of being labeled a “ballet specialist” like Ludwig Minkus, who would compose bars of music t…
 
Música Don Quijote Coreografía y libeto: Marius Petipa Música: Ludwing MinkusLIbro El ballet de camara y sus antecedentes Tulio de la Rosa Cenidi Danza/INBA/CONACULTAEstado de ánimo de las alumnas de danza en la pandemia ¿cómo cambio tu entrenamiento en danza al día las clases de forma presencial para tomar clases en línea? ¿Qué ha sido lo más difí…
 
For this season’s final episode, Artistic Director Jonathon Stafford and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan sat down to reflect on the concluding Digital Season, and to look forward to our return to the stage this fall. From the technical challenges of curating footage to the emotional heights of revisiting these performances, this unpreceden…
 
In deze tweedelige podcast maak je kennis met de onbekende, maar indrukwekkende opera Die ersten Menschen van Rudi Stephan. In deel één schetst dramaturg Luc Joosten de cultuurhistorische context waarbinnen de opera tot stand kwam, en komen ook regisseur Calixto Bieito en dirigent François-Xavier Roth aan het woord. In deel twee wordt met repetitor…
 
In deze tweedelige podcast maak je kennis met de onbekende, maar indrukwekkende opera Die ersten Menschen van Rudi Stephan. In deel één schetst dramaturg Luc Joosten de cultuurhistorische context waarbinnen de opera tot stand kwam, en komen ook regisseur Calixto Bieito en dirigent François-Xavier Roth aan het woord. In deel twee wordt met repetitor…
 
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