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Ballet Help Desk

Jenny Huang and Brett Gardner

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As parents, you play a crucial role in supporting your child's ballet path and we know navigating the world of ballet training can be challenging. We're here to help! Join us for interviews with experts from all areas of the ballet world to learn how you can best support your dancer's training. See more at www.ballethelpdesk.com
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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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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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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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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

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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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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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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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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Intimacy direction in dance. What the heck is it, why is it important and how can these practices be brought into ballet training? Our guests, Nicole Perry and Sarah Lozoff, respected intimacy coordinators who have consulted with RudduR Dance as well as American Ballet Theater, share their expertise on how effective communication between dancers ca…
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Welcome to The Wonderful World of Dance Podcast! We’re excited to share our new podcast with Christopher Marney, award-winning dancer, teacher, choreographer and Artistic Director of London City Ballet. London City Ballet was first established in 1978 as the resident company of London’s Sadler’s Wells and was one of the world’s leading dance compan…
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As the Company concludes a Diamond Anniversary season absolutely bursting with repertory favorites, new restorations, world premieres, and successful tour stops around the world, Artistic Director Jonathan Stafford and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan talk about what went into planning and presenting the year's many achievements. From trium…
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De volgende fragmenten van opnames zijn gebruikt voor het samenstellen van deze podcast:L'oiseau de Feu - Stravinsky - Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg o.l.v. Gustavo GimenoThe Fairy’s Kiss - Stravinsky - Scottish Symphony Orchestra o.l.v. Ilan VolkovLe Sacre du printemps - Stravinsky - The Philadelphia Orchestra o.l.v. Riccardo MutiSongs for…
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In this episode, we revisit one of our earliest topics: "What would you have done differently as dance parents?" Join us as we reflect on our journey, sharing the mistakes we made and the invaluable lessons we learned along the way. Tune in for honest insights and practical advice for every ballet parent. We'll also tackle other listener questions …
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In our first episode of Dancer Stories, Jenny and her daughter Abbey share how Abbey got her first ballet contract. Tune in to hear how a meeting about dorm policy violations at a summer intensive turned into an apprenticeship offer with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre. After a last-minute decision to attend the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Company Experien…
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We're talking with Robert Fulton and Camille Kellems, both professional dancers and also RAs at ballet summer intensives. Get ready for a mix of insider info that's helpful for parents as well as hilarious anecdotes as Robert and Camille let us in on what really goes on behind the scenes. From dorm antics to practice mishaps, they’ve seen it all—an…
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One of our favorite episodes of The Rosin Box has arrived: this season's Ask the Dancer! Hosts Claire and Aarón are joined by Corps de Ballet Member India Bradley to answer your questions and dish about everything dance life, from what's in her dance bag to the ballet that "woke her up" to the possibilities of ballet, which are her favorite costume…
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Tune in as we chat with Adam McKinney who has just finished his first year as artistic director of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre. Hear about McKinney's own background to learn how it impacted his career as a male ballet dancer and how it informs his leadership at PBT. We also got a sneak peek at McKinney's plans for the coming years, both in terms of p…
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SF Ballet Soloist Julia Rowe talks with Associate Director of Education Jasmine Yep Huynh on May 5, 2024 about Swan Lake as part 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! Hear more Meet the Artist interviews fr…
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Artistic Director Karen Gibbons-Brown hosts this special episode of Kinetic Conversations, as she pulls in Academy instructors Avalou Burns and Schuyler Kechely, to discuss the fun and magic that is Fort Wayne Ballet’s summer camps. Register now for our July camps! No dance experience necessary for ages 3-10. Register online at fortwayneballet.org …
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This week, hosts Claire and Aarón are joined at The Rosin Box by Soloist Megan LeCrone who gets real about what happens when things do not go as planned onstage. As they all agree, a certain degree of unpredictability is unavoidable in a live performance art like ballet; knowing how to pivot and when to let go after the fact is essential for any da…
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Join us as we talk with Alicia Graf Mack, the first person of color and the youngest ever to head the Dance Department at Juilliard. Our conversation covered not only how the program is structured, but also the current state of the job market, what Juilliard dancers do once they graduate as well as the school's cross-over academic program that allo…
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This week, The Rosin Box makes its star-studded season debut with an episode all about NYCB galas. Listen in on live coverage from the most recent red carpet with hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Soloist Aarón Sanz, and a post-fête conversation with Corps de Ballet Member and style maven Olivia Boisson. They'll discuss all the glitz and glamour and giv…
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We're joined by Melonie Buchanan Murray, the Director of the School of Dance at the University of Utah. Our conversation covered a variety of areas, including the repertoire the dancers typically perform, admissions standards, the emphasis Ms. Murray puts on mental health awareness, how injuries affect grading and how students can get a BFA in Ball…
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This week, Associate Music Director Andrews Sill invites us to See the Music of Igor Stravinsky's Scènes de Ballet, the eponymous score for Christopher Wheeldon's 1999 work. Sill relates that the piece was composed in 1944 for Broadway impresario Billy Rose, and drew inspiration from both world events and a variety of creative sources—including the…
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SF Ballet Principal Dancer Nikisha Fogo and Guest Artist Daniel Camargo, Principal Dancer with American Ballet Theatre, talks with Dance Educator Mary Wood on May 3, 2024 about Swan Lake as part 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…
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SF Ballet School Director Grace Maduell Holmes talks with Dance Educator Claire Sheridan about the San Francisco Ballet School and Spring Festival on stage from May 22–24, 2024. Under the combined leadership of SF Ballet School Director Grace Maduell Holmes and Artistic Director Tamara Rojo, the School has a dual mission: to train classical ballet …
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We're joined by Susan Stowe, Chair of the Department of Dance at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA. Ms. Stowe discusses the various tracks students can follow in the dance department, including degrees in ballet, jazz or modern dance and gives us a sneak peek at their latest initiative. Beginning Fall 2024, Point Park University's dance progr…
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New Combinations host and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan is joined by Principal Dancers Tiler Peck and Roman Mejia, the performers of the latest world premiere work created on the Company: Resident Choreographer Justin Peck's Dig the Say. Roman shares the way in which the ballet was tailor made for the two dancers, in the mode of a "moder…
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Join us as we explore Butler University's Department of Dance, with Larry Attaway, who serves as Chair and Executive Artistic Director. Consistently ranked as one of the top five collegiate ballet programs in the U.S., Mr. Attaway fills us in on its diverse study options—including a dedicated teaching track—as well as the exciting performance oppor…
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This week, NYCB Music Director Andrew Litton leads us on a promenade through the Modest Mussorgsky score to Alexei Ratmansky's 2014 ballet Pictures at an Exhibition. Beginning with a little background on the composer's short but complicated life, colored by contemporary critiques of his "disregard" for musical conventions, Litton is joined by Piano…
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Tune in to our latest episode featuring Phil Chan, co-founder of Final Bow for Yellowface, as we discuss the issue of Orientalism in ballet. Phil talks us through how his organization is actively combating stereotypes and Orientalist tropes within the art form. We also hear how major ballet companies are joining the movement, signing the Final Bow …
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This week, Hear the Dance host Silas Farley is joined by three dancers who know William Forsythe's 1992 ballet Herman Schmerman well: Original cast members Jeffrey Edwards and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan, and current interpreter Tiler Peck. Edwards and Whelan recall the unique physical and artistic challenges Forsythe's choreography po…
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In this episode, we sit down with Tim O'Keefe, Artistic Director of Texas Ballet Theater, for an insightful discussion on the company's repertoire and his approach to artistic direction. We also explore the Texas Ballet Theater Studio Training Company, which offers aspiring dancers a platform to hone their skills. Join us for a candid conversation …
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As we prepare for opening night of Spring performances, Associate Artistic Director and New Combinations host Wendy Whelan catches up with sought-after choreographer Amy Hall Garner between rehearsals for her first commission for NYCB, premiering in just over a week. Garner shares the long, dance-rich journey—including summer sessions at the School…
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Textile Artist Maria Guzmán Capron, designer of the Dos Mujeres scenic curtain talks with Dance Educator Jessica Cohen on April 12, 2024 about Dos Mujeres as part 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! Hear …
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SF Ballet Principal Dancer Esteban Hernández talks with Jennifer French Kovacevich on April 14, 2024 about Dos Mujeres as part 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! Hear more Meet the Artist interviews from…
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Mavis Staines has been described as a visionary dance educator who has revolutionized the way dance is taught, performed, witnessed and shared across Canada and around the world. Over her 30-year tenure as Artistic Director of Canada’s National Ballet School, she has cemented the School’s reputation as the leading champion of programming excellence…
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City Ballet The Podcast is back! In the lead up to the return of two of Pam Tanowitz's ballets to the stage this spring—Gustave le Gray No. 1, from 2019, and Law of Mosaics, which premiered in 2022—Former Principal Dancer Russell Janzen and current Soloist Miriam Miller join Hear the Dance host Silas Farley to discuss working with the singular chor…
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In our final Romeo & Juliet podcast, Jim Sparrow sits down with our own Romeo and Juliet, as Thomas Caleb Roberts and Brittany Focht tell us of their individual journeys in developing their characters for the stage. Along the way, we discuss a dancer’s quest to maintain good physical and mental health and the joys of performing with a live orchestr…
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Christopher Hird, Director of Education for Sarasota Ballet joins us to discuss post-graduate training programs. Hird brings a wealth of experience and insight to the conversation, having dedicated his career to shaping the next generation of ballet artists. From fostering technical proficiency to encouraging artistic expression, Hird shares the se…
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SF Ballet Rehearsal Director and former SF Ballet Principal Dancer Tina LeBlanc talks with Dance Educator Claire Sheridan on April 7, 2024 about the next@90 Curtain Call, part 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 d…
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SF Ballet Principal Dancer Wei Wang talks with San Francisco Ballet’s Senior Director of Leadership Giving Kristin Bertrand on April 5, 2024 about next@90 Curtain Call and Mere Mortals as part 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 s…
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In part two of our discussion of Fort Wayne Ballet’s upcoming production of Romeo & Juliet, Jim Sparrow sits down with two former Romeos to discuss what is often thought of as a “man’s ballet.” Choreographers Robert La Fosse and David Ingram break down strenuous male roles that include multiple pas de deux and sword fighting. Meanwhile, Jim continu…
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Ballet Help Desk sat down with Christopher Ruud, Second Company Manager and Rehearsal Director at Kansas City Ballet. This wide-ranging conversation covered everything from how the post-graduate levels are structured to performance opportunities to how students typically move through the ranks of the school. Chris also touched on the channels throu…
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In this first part of our discussion on the ballet, Romeo & Juliet, Jim sits down with Karen Gibbons-Brown to review Prokofiev's near-perfect score and the history of his adaptation of the Shakespearean tale of woeful romance. The composer dreamed of a happy ending for his version of the luckless lovers' tale, but Fate could not be deterred. Fort W…
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On March 22, 2024, SF Ballet Soloist Cavan Conley talked about A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Program 4 of the 2024. 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! Hear more Meet the Artist interviews from the Season here. Header Image: …
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We sat down with Sarah Wroth, Chair of the Department of Ballet at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music, to hear all about IU's ballet program. University ballet programs are becoming an ever more viable means to a professional ballet career and IU is a leader is turning out well-trained and mature, employable dancers. Tune in to hear about …
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SF Ballet Principal Dancer Jennifer Stahl talks with Dance Educator Mary Wood on March 15, 2024 about A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Program 4 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! Hear more Meet the Artist i…
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Jean-Yves Esquerre, Founder and Director of European School of Ballet, joins us to talk about his classical and contemporary trainee programs, the current state of the job market in Europe and why he thinks some schools need to rethink their post-graduate programs. Be sure to also listen for information on ESB's inaugural summer intensive taking pl…
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This week at The Rosin Box, hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Soloist Aarón Sanz are joined by NYCB dancers and "real-life" couple Emily Kikta and Peter Walker to talk about partnering—onstage and off. Peter and Aarón share their memories of learning from legendary former Principal Dancer Jock Soto, who taught partnering at the School of American Ballet…
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Join us for a wide ranging chat with Racheal Nye, Director of the Yvonne Chouteau School and Studio Company at Oklahoma City Ballet. Ms. Nye covers everything you wanted to know about their trainee program and second company, including how they recruit, what they look for and what the path into the main company looks like. Ms. Nye also talks about …
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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! Header Photo…
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Hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Aarón Sanz are back at The Rosin Box, joined by Corps de Ballet Member and Get Golden founder Jenelle Manzi. Jenelle describes her journey to the stage and how struggles with injuries and food allergies inspired her to start crafting her own anti-inflammatory recipes. As she shares, a stray comment from a colleague on t…
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