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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.
 
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Ballet Piano Podcast

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Ballet Piano Podcast

Chris Hobson, Matt Gregory, Akiko Hobson, David Yow

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Chris Hobson, Matt Gregory and Akiko Hobson sitting with a ballet master extraordinaire David Yow discuss playing for ballet class. The dos and the don’ts, the philosophy behind it and we’ll talk about our own experiences as we go along. Join us on our journey of ballet music and ballet class chat as we talk through this often underrated and misunderstood profession.
 
Deep-Dives und Plantschen in den stillen Wassern der Theologie. Mehrteilige Themenreihen von A wie Aberglaube bis Z wie Zölibat. Ein bisschen Philosophie hier, ein bisschen Aristoteles dort und auf jeden Fall Thomas von Aquin querbeet. Produziert von kathmedia und präsentiert vom Dogmatiker, Langstreckenpilger, Teil-Zeit-Eremiten und leidenschaftlichen Natursteinmauer-Bauer Kpl. Johannes Maria Schwarz Hinweis: Viele der theologischen Reihen sind ursprünglich auf dem Youtube Kanal "kathmedia ...
 
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
 
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Ballet Beats

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Ballet Beats

The Ballet Herald

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Tune in to hear the latest performance reviews and featured news about happenings in the ballet industry. Narrated by Editor-in-Chief Cherilyn J. Lee and guest artists, these stories from The Ballet Herald will be your source and entertainment on a relaxed day at home or when you're on the run. The full transcription of each of these short episodes can be found on BalletHerald.com. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/balletherald/support
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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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Hear the Dance host and Principal Dancer Jared Angle explores George Balanchine’s bombastic and infinitely complex Symphony in Three Movements on this week’s episode. Jared speaks with two generations of the ballet's dancers: former NYCB dancer and current School of American Ballet faculty member Susan Pilarre, who originated one of the “five coupl…
 
For this week’s New Combinations episode, Host and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan caught up with choreographer Gianna Reisen between rehearsals to talk about her third Fall Fashion Gala commission for the Company. This year’s world premiere follows 2017’s Composer’s Holiday, created when she was still a student at the School of American B…
 
City Ballet The Podcast returns for another season of deep dives and candid conversations, beginning with an episode of See the Music devoted to the score for Alexei Ratmansky’s 2008 ballet Concerto DSCH. Musical Director Andrew Litton takes us on a tour through the many in-jokes, historical references, and musical cryptograms in Dmitri Shostakovic…
 
This is the final episode in the current season, and it is the audio recording of the livestream we did on Sunday 10th July. If you were unable to watch along, you can enjoy this episode and hear everything from that livestream, complete with us pianists playing ballet exercises for you. You can also watch the livestream on our website, www.balletp…
 
This week’s episode is with dance accompanist, Gill Civil. Her life and career is so off the wall and varied, and in this episode we get to learn all about her work in dance, as we put the spotlight on her. From New Zealand originally, she has worked and lived in Australia, the USA and Canada, starting off her career in a punk rock band, working wi…
 
Today’s episode is the second instalment of the TEN COMMANDMENTS, and it’s the turn of the commandments for dancers and teachers as told by us pianists. Again, it’s a very light hearted episode, where wethree pianists corner David Yow, and read him the riot act, HAHA! It’s filled with some useful do’s and don’ts for teachers and dancers from a ball…
 
ポッドキャスト、史上初のライブ中継開催決定! 2020年7月10日イギリス時間15:00(日本時間23:00) こちらのYouTubeリンクからサインアップできます。 https://youtu.be/adKRaxq4Pjg メンバーのいつもの笑いの絶えない会話をライブで中継します。今回はライブという事で、リスナーからの質問に生で回答したり、今までを振り返ったり、ピアノ生演奏もあり!それに加えてメンバーそれぞれにサプライズ企画も用意していたり。。。ぜひぜひご参加下さい。メンバー一同、皆様にお会いできるのを楽しみにしています!Autor: Chris Hobson, Matt Gregory, Akiko Hobson, David Yow
 
On 10th July 2020 at 15:00 BST, the podcast team will be doing our first ever live stream. Sign up https://youtu.be/adKRaxq4Pjg to watch us do what we do and join in the laughs. We'll be answering some of your questions, reflecting on the podcast journey so far, playing the piano and there'll be surprises in store for each team member! See you ther…
 
This week’s new episode is a funny one with all the team members, and we’re talking about some do’s and don’ts of the ballet studio in an episode we’re calling THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. It’s a very light hearted episode with some sincere sentiment, that we feel would make the studio more harmonious, if followed. This episode is the first of two command…
 
On 10th July 2020 at 15:00 BST, the podcast team will be doing our first ever live stream. Sign up https://youtu.be/adKRaxq4Pjg to watch us do what we do and join in the laughs. We'll be answering some of your questions, reflecting on the podcast journey so far, playing the piano and there'll be surprises in store for each team member! See you ther…
 
Thursday can only mean one thing, and it’s a brand new Ballet Piano Podcast. This week it comes in the form of an In Conversation with a current dancer of Sarasota Ballet, Andrea Marcelletti. Andrea we feel, is rather a special dancer with a more detailed appreciation for music than most, and in this episode, we talk about his life and career in ba…
 
In a special 21-22 Season wrap-up, Artistic Director Jonathan Stafford and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan reflect candidly on the many challenges, surprises, and inspiring successes of the Company’s return to the stage. From making 126 new costumes for the older students in George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker®, to the countless debuts of a…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. Brunnhilde, resigned to disappear into her coma, begged Wotan to at least surround her with a magic fire that will scare away everyday adventurers so that only the most fearless of heroes might manage to awaken her. Wotan is deeply moved by this proposal and accepts it. The two cherish their final moments together in so…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie, Brunnhilde explained herself further to Wotan, first asking for his mercy, but eventually proudly embracing her decision and fate, with no regrets. She has helped save the Walsung family, by sending Sieglinde and the broken sword off to the forest, where the mother-to-be will soon give birth to the heroic child of inces…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. After Wotan threw a fit on discovering that Brunnhilde’s eight sisters were hiding her from him, she finally willingly came forward to submit to his punishments. He explained his plan– to put her into a deep coma, and leave her to lie in wait. She will only awaken if someone braves the danger to find her. And then she w…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. Brunhilde arrived at the Valkyrie’s rock, where her sisters were gathering with corpses of heroes to bring to Valhalla, Wotan’s debt-plagued palace of death. She asked for someone to help with Sieglinde, who exited East with a sublime finale. But no sooner was this goal achieved than Wotan appeared in a fury, preparing …
 
Welcome back to Soft Valkyrie. We’ve just left the scene of battle, where Wotan was flying into a rage at Brunnhilde’s disobedience. Now, look off to the horizon. See that peak out there? T hat’s where Brunhilde’s sisters, the other Valkyries, like to gather and play with their dead heroes. Brunhilde has just escaped the scene of battle with Siegli…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. Siegmund met Brunhilde, who came bearing bad news at first. A noble death dialog ensued. But no sooner had Siegmund valiantly threatened to murder his new sister-bride so as to meet her in Valhalla when he died, Brunhile changed her mind, and joined Siegmund’s side, against their father’s wishes. Now Hunding approaches,…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. Sieglinde and Siegmund were shown in a terrible mood far from the erotic bliss of their innocent foray into brother-sister cuckoldry. They realize what they’ve done, and what fate awaits them when they are discovered by Hunding and his hounds. Both are utterly frazzled and preoccupied with thoughts of death, when Brunhi…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. Wotan confessed the end of his backstory to Brunhilde, and passed on to her the bad news that she must not help Siegmund. Rather she must lead him to his death. Wotan left, leaving Brunhilde alone, whence she took her horse bridle and went off in search of Siegmund.Siegmund is exhausted and Sieglinde is asleep. Perhaps …
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. Wotan began to describe his backstory to Brunhilde. We learn of Alberich’s theft of the Rhinegold, of the laborer Fafner’s departure with the gold in the form of a dragon, and of Wotan’s desire to kill him which is impeded by his contractual obligation.Brunhilde is deeply torn between law and family loyalty. She believe…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie. We learned that Fricka is none too happy about this incestuous cuckoldry. In her sovereignty as the god of marriage, she has elicited a commitment from Wotan not to help Siegmund during the coming battle. Instead, Hunding should prevail, and avenge the affair. …Now Wotan is alone with Brunhilde, to whom he must convey t…
 
Previously on Soft Valkyrie, Wotan had a brief meeting with his daughter, the Valkyrie Brunhilde. No sooner had he commanded her to aid Siegmund in the coming battle with Hunding, the great god’s wife arrived with a different plan. This did not go as Wotan had planned. What will happen next? To find out, you’ll have to tune in next time, to Soft Va…
 
When we left off, Siegmund and Sieglinde had just embarked on their incestuous adventure, leaving behind Sieglinde’s cuckolded husband Hunding to wake up to the bad news at dawn. We've since walked several miles from the forest of Hunding's hut, and are now at the base of a mountain where the couple's father spends his time–Wolf, as they called him…
 
We have a fantastically funny episode for you today, with a rather tongue-in-cheek title. In previous episodes, we have talked about introductions and what we need to get the exercise going, but what about our needs for the exercise coming to an end? In this episode, we talk a bit about the structure of exercises so that pianists can identify when …
 
The fan-favorite Q&A episode of the Rosin Box is back. Hosts and Soloists Claire Kretzschmar and Aarón Sanz respond to listener questions covering costumes, composers, and more. Tune in to find out: Is Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night's Dream score a bop? How do Claire and Aarón approach personal growth… and disappointment? And, most appropriately, …
 
It’s In Conversation week again, and we have a special guest who we think is very important within the dance world. it’s physiotherapist, Lorien Slaughter. Lori was a former dancer having trained at The Royal Ballet School, and in this episode we talk to him about his journey form stage, to dancers’ clinic, and how he uses his dance science knowled…
 
Hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Aarón Sanz are back for another cameo-filled conversation around The Rosin Box. On a typically drama-filled performance night of George Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream, the wings are like a "zoo," filled with fairies, dogs, young dancers from the School of American Ballet, a donkey-headed danseur, plenty of spark…
 
This week’s new episode is a funny one, but with serious undertones. And it’s all about studio etiquette, the do’s and don’ts of the ballet studio. Traditionally speaking, ballet is a physical art form, and a discipline, and over the centuries, how dancers, teachers, and pianists behave in the studio has evolved. We discuss in this episode what we …
 
On His Career, Choreography, and His Life During Shelter-in-Place In this series profiling recently promoted dancers, Myles Thatcher shares about his career path, his choreography, and how he’s been spending time while at home. Like what you heard? Subscribe to our Meet the Artist podcast on Apple Podcasts to access archived episodes and have new o…
 
We have a fantastic new episode for you this week, another ‘In Conversation’. We were lucky enough to get together with dance pianist and silent film composer, living legend John Sweeney. John has the most amazing career in dance accompaniment and silent movies, and we well and truly put the spotlight on him to find out about his life and career, f…
 
The whole team are back this week with the addition of baby Hazel, to talk about preparing for, and playing for ballet assessments. It’s quite a niche topic within our industry, but it’s quite important and this episode is particularly insightful. How does David choose the steps? How does he structure the class? How does he best exhibit the dancers…
 
In this special episode of See the Music recorded live at our Lincoln Center theater, NYCB Music Director Andrew Litton dives into the history of the Felix Mendelssohn score for Balanchine's enchanted ballet A Midsummer Night's Dream. Litton shares excerpts from the music—written 173 years ago, when Mendelssohn was just 17 years old—that encapsulat…
 
All You Need To Know About Program 6 Before You Go! Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella is part of SF Ballet’s 2023 Repertory Season. It will be performed in Program 6, from Mar 31–Apr 8, 2023. Join Jennie Scholick, PhD for a quick overview of Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella©. Hear about the ballet’s creation, both in Soviet Russia and in San Franc…
 
On Coming Back to the Stage and Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella New mom Frances Chung shares her memories of the creation of Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella and talks about what makes this ballet so special. She also shares what it’s like to come back to the stage after having her first child. Like what you heard? Subscribe to our Meet the Arti…
 
We have another fantastic episode for you this week, an ‘In Conversation’ with enigmatic, charismatic, and all round creative human, Rose Alice, the Artistic Director of International Arts Collective. With an extreme physical ability and technique, she has captivated audiences all over the world from Europe, to China, and the USA. We hope you enjoy…
 
Hear the Dance returns with guest host Jared Angle in conversation with former NYCB Principal Dancer Kyra Nichols. Nichols shares how having a dancer mother (former Company Member Sally Streets) has influenced her career; what it was like enrolling at the School of American Ballet at age 11; and the ways in which what she learned as a performer sha…
 
Have you ever been on a first date and experienced the sort of nerves you get when you meet someone for the first time? Well as a ballet pianist, and ballet teacher, working with someone you’ve never met before can feel just like that. And that’s what this episode is all about. We discuss what it’s like to work with someone new for the first time. …
 
Associate Music Director Andrews Sill voyages into the beguiling score of George Balanchine and Igor Stravinsky's Orpheus in the latest See the Music episode. As Stravinsky describes, in a 1949 radio interview, Orpheus is a "long, sustained, slow chant," that utilizes ancient modes and inspirations without directly imitating ancient music. With sel…
 
All You Need to Know About Romeo & Juliet Before You Go Ah, yes: star-cross’d lovers, show-stopping swordsmanship, and a tragic ending for the ages. On the surface, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet seems like an easy fit for the balletic stage. But the conception of this now-classic ballet came with a host of challenges for its composer, Sergei Proko…
 
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