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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.
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City Ballet The Podcast

New York City Ballet

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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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San Francisco Ballet - To The Pointe

San Francisco Ballet Association

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Need something to listen to on your way to the theater? Join Jennie Scholick, PhD as she hosts To the Pointe, for an in-depth but light-hearted exploration of an upcoming performance. Learn what to look for, what’s important, and what you need to know to get the most out of your experience.
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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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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 ...
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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://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/balletherald/support
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A podcast about Muaythai from Toronto, Canada. Hosted by Ryan McKinnon Edited, and engineered by Mark Manoharan. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-bloody-ballet/support
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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 ...
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Ballet Popular Talk Show

Ballet Popular

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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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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In this episode, the team lift the lid on their lives over the past year and a half, from job changes, career changes, working holidays, cruises, and much, much more. This episode also shares what you can expect from the season including round table topical discussions, and spotlight ‘In Conversations’. This episode is proudly produced and publishe…
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SF Ballet Principal Dancer Joseph Walsh talks with Dance Educator Claire Sheridan on February 25, 2024 about Swan Lake in Program 3 of the 2024 Season. Like what you heard? Subscribe to our Meet the Artist podcast on Apple Podcasts to access archived episodes and have new ones delivered straight to your devices! Header Image: Joseph Walsh in Tomass…
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All You Need to Know About A Midsummer Night’s Dream Before You Go! Get a quick overview of George Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream: hear about the ballet’s creation in 1960s New York, revisit the story to figure out which dancer is Hermia and which one is Helena, and find out what to look for in this magical and mystical ballet! A Midsummer …
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In this week's See the Music episode, we revisit a 2013 live presentation with host and Associate Music Director Andrews Sill, exploring Igor Stravinsky's 1945 composition Symphony in Three Movements, the score for the George Balanchine ballet of the same name. With help from the New York City Ballet Orchestra, Maestro Sill highlights the musical "…
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In this episode, the team lift the lid on their lives over the past year and a half, from job changes, career changes, working holidays, cruises, and much, much more. This episode also shares what you can expect from the season including round table topical discussions, and spotlight ‘In Conversations’. This episode is proudly produced and publishe…
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SF Ballet Principal Dancer Sasha De Sola talks with SF Ballet Director of Education & Training Jennie Scholick, PhD on February 23, 2024 about Swan Lake in Program 3 of the 2024 Season. Like what you heard? Subscribe to our Meet the Artist podcast on Apple Podcasts to access archived episodes and have new ones delivered straight to your devices! He…
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SF Ballet Orchestra Company Pianist Britton Day talks with Mary Wood on February 9, 2024 about Marguerite and Armand in Program 2 of the 2024 Season. Like what you heard? Subscribe to our Meet the Artist podcast on Apple Podcasts to access archived episodes and have new ones delivered straight to your devices! Header Image: Pianist Britton Day perf…
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All You Need to Know About Swan Lake Before You Go! 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 to s…
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Silas Farley is back with another deep dive into the Company's repertory in this week's Hear the Dance episode, devoted to George Balanchine's Liebeslieder Walzer. Farley is joined by former Principal Dancers Bart Cook and Maria Calegari, who share their memories of watching the ballet's iconic interpreters in its initial incarnations; learning ind…
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In the latest New Combinations episode, Associate Artistic Director and host Wendy Whelan chats with Principal Dancer Tiler Peck about memories from their time dancing together and Tiler's upcoming choreographic debut with the Company. Tiler describes how her internal sense of musicality drives her choreographic practice as much as her work as a pe…
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City Ballet The Podcast launches this season with a new Hear the Dance conversation, guest hosted by Silas Farley, who is joined by three generations of dancers who are well acquainted with Jerome Robbins' In the Night. Former Principal Dancer Kay Mazzo originated the lead role in the ballet's first movement, about "young love"; Repertory Director …
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Breaking with tradition in theatre is a tradition in itself. In this episode, we explore the creative potential in adapting traditionally gendered roles, as Scottish Ballet's Director of Partnerships, Kirsten Cockburn, is joined by actor and creative, Maggie Bain, alongside Scottish Ballet CEO and Artistic Director, Christopher Hampson.…
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How can activities like dance support healthcare? In this episode we explore social prescribing with Scottish Ballet's Senior Dance Health Manager Lisa Sinclair, who is joined by Consultant in Emergency Medicine Dr Dave Caesar, and Assistant Director of Alliance Scotland, Roseann Logan. The term ‘social prescribing’ is used to describe a service in…
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In episode one of our two-part special, we learn about the menstrual cycle and the impact of missing periods. Scottish Ballet Soloist Melissa Polson joins Sports & Dance Endocrinologist, Dr Nicky Keay, hosted by Scottish Ballet’s Head of Performance Medicine Martin Lanfear. Please note: this episode contains conversations about eating disorders and…
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This week, Soloist Sara Adams joins hosts Claire Kretzschmar and fellow Soloist Aarón Sanz at The Rosin Box to talk pointe shoes, from the first dancer to popularize dancing en pointe to all the sewing, banging, and prepping required to get this iconic footwear ready for a performance. Sara discusses her own history with pointe shoes and shares an …
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For this episode, we take a look back at some of the previous conversations we have had about The Nutcracker in the years we have been doing this podcast. Join us as we revisit discussions on the ballet's history and legacy with Karen Gibbons-Brown and an insightful discussion on the Tchaikovsky's music with the help of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic'…
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Join us this week for another conversation around The Rosin Box with hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Soloist Aarón Sanz, who are joined by Senior Manager of School Programs Colleen Megley and Corps de Ballet Member Kristen Segin. They talk about the Company's many educational and public program offerings, from Family Saturdays and Student Matinee perf…
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In this episode, we've turned the tables on show host Jim Sparrow, as he takes a turn in the interview chair. In his roll as Fort Wayne Ballet's Executive Director, he gives us a glimpse into the structure and the day-to-day mechanics of operating a ballet company. Find out what goes into a production from a fiscal standpoint, with the behind-the-s…
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Join us for another round of cozy conversations at The Rosin Box, beginning with Associate Music Director Andrews Sill. Hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Soloist Aarón Sanz chat with Sill about how he came to this role with NYCB, why he prefers conducting for the ballet over symphonic performances, and which Balanchine work made him fall in love with th…
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Fort Wayne Ballet is getting ready to stage its first big show of the 2023-24 season, entitled Opening Night! In this three part series, Kinetic Conversations looks at each of the three ballets the company will be perform in the show - each with a nod to New York City. In our third installment of this miniseries, Jim Sparrow and Karen Gibbons-Brown…
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This week, the two-part conversation between Hear the Dance host Silas Farley and dance historian Jennifer Homans continues. They discuss Lincoln Kirstein’s essential role as a collaborator with Balanchine, the creation of Serenade, and some of the key personal and artistic moments in the ongoing history of the New York City Ballet. Homans traces t…
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In this first part of a special Hear the Dance episode, host and former NYCB Dancer Silas Farley is joined by dance scholar Jennifer Homans to discuss her recently published biography, "Mr. B: George Balanchine's 20th Century.” Homans describes how her own background as a dancer—including as a student at the School of American Ballet in the 1970s—a…
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Fort Wayne Ballet is getting ready to stage it's first big show of the 2023-24 season, entitled Opening Night!. In this three part series, Kinetic Conversations looks at each of the three ballets the company will be perform in the show - each with a nod to New York City. In part two of our series, Jim interviews Robert LaFosse, repetiteur for Jerom…
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In this week’s See the Music episode, Associate Music Director Andrews Sill provides a taste of history and context for Tschaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings, the score of the first ballet George Balanchine choreographed in the United States. Sill discusses the way the composition’s symmetries represent an homage to Mozart, and how Tschaikovsky marri…
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Fort Wayne Ballet is getting ready to stage it's first big show of the 2023-24 season, entitled Opening Night!. In this three part series, Kinetic Conversations looks at each of the three ballets the company will be perform in the show - each with a nod to New York City. In part one, Jim Sparrow sits down with Arpino Foundation repetiteur Cameron B…
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This week’s episode is a special Hear the Dance reunion: former NYCB Dancer Silas Farley hosts a wide-ranging conversation between legendary former Principal Dancer Merrill Ashley and current Principal Dancer Tiler Peck on George Balanchine’s Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2. As Peck shares, her first exposure to this daunting lead role was in a c…
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New York City Ballet’s Music Director Andrew Litton returns to host this week’s See The Music episode, devoted to Igor Stravinsky’s Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra, the score for the Rubies section of George Balanchine’s Jewels. Litton describes the captivating details of this composition from 1929, a prime example of the uniquely symbiotic relat…
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City Ballet The Podcast returns in the run-up to our 75th Anniversary Season, which begins by celebrating The Foundation of the Company. Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan checks in with Artist in Residence Alexei Ratmansky, who has been in the studios for three weeks, leading company class and observing as the dancers prepare for a Fall devo…
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It’s no secret that ballet has its fair share of issues with body image. How do we bring about meaningful change in the industry? In this episode, Scottish Ballet CEO/Artistic Director Christopher Hampson is joined by Scottish Ballet Soloist Grace Horler, with Influencer, Content Creator and former dancer with some of America's most prestigious bal…
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As we look ahead to the start of our fall semester at the Fort Wayne Ballet academy, we want to take a look at dance education in America in general and what it means to us at Fort Wayne Ballet to carry on this legacy in the fine arts. In the second half of our discussion, Jim and Karen discuss the different paths a student might take in the academ…
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As we look ahead to the start of our fall semester at the Fort Wayne Ballet academy, we want to take a look at dance education in America in general and what it means to us at Fort Wayne Ballet to carry on this legacy in the fine arts. In this first episode in a two-part discussion, Jim and Karen look at the deep past of dance education and how it …
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On America’s first full-length Swan Lake Visiting Scholar Debra H. Sowell, PhD, offers a lively description of America’s first full-length Swan Lake, produced by the San Francisco Ballet in 1940, and choreographed by Artistic Director, Willam Christensen. She begins by describing the role of a dance historian, and references the interviews she cond…
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On Performing Odette and Odile Frances Chung, who performed the iconic role of Odette/Odile in Swan Lake for the first time last season, discusses the principal parts that have led her to this point in her career. She describes her preparation for this role, including studying portrayals of past ballerinas, the coaching she has received, and even t…
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SF Ballet Rehearsal Director Katita Waldo discusses the world premiere of Danielle Rowe’s MADCAP with Director of Education & Training Jennie Scholick before the performance on January 20, 2023. Like what you heard? Subscribe to our Meet the Artist podcast on Apple Podcasts to access archived episodes and have new ones delivered straight to your de…
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Soloist Sasha Mukhamedov speaks with Claire Sheridan about her work with Yuri Possokhov on Violin Concerto before the performance on February 5, 2023. Like what you heard? Subscribe to our Meet the Artist podcast on Apple Podcasts to access archived episodes and have new ones delivered straight to your devices! Header Image: Sasha Mukhamedov and Jo…
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This week, City Ballet The Podcast wraps up the 22-23 Season with Artistic Director Jonathan Stafford and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan, who celebrate a year of discovery, change, and renewal. Highlights include a powerful corps de ballet, shaped in part through the growing culture of mentorship throughout the Company; Justin Peck’s mome…
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It’s time for the annual Ask the Dancers episode of The Rosin Box! Hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Aarón Sanz are joined by Corps de Ballet Member Meaghan Dutton-O’Hara to dig into questions submitted by listeners, from strategies for learning new choreography to secrets for staying motivated all season long. Listen in to find out what it’s like to wo…
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This week, Soloist Olivia MacKinnon joins Claire Kretzschmar and Aarón Sanz at The Rosin Box to talk all things social media. Olivia shares how time away from the stage during the pandemic inspired her to pursue an amped up presence on Instagram, and the group discusses the importance of taking everything on social media with a grain of salt, while…
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Aarón Sanz is back from NYCB’s first tour in Madrid to join fellow host Claire Kretzschmar and guest Sean Suozzi for a chat around The Rosin Box. Suozzi, a former Soloist with Company, shares how his focus shifted to filmmaking, from his role as an Executive Producer on the 2010 film NY Export: Opus Jazz to his recent projects as a director, includ…
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