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Best Contemporary Dance podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Contemporary Dance podcasts we could find
Updated June 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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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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
 
This is a podcast by Louis Moore and Derrick White. As trained historians and leading scholars on sports and race, we discuss the history of the black athlete in a contemporary conversation. Moore is the author of I Fight for a Living: Boxing and the Battle for Black Manhood, and also We Will Win the Day: The Civil Rights Movement, The Black Athlete, and the Quest for Equality. White is the author of The Challenge of Blackness: The Institute of the Black World and Political Activism in the 1 ...
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Project Moonbase is filled with music to surprise, delight and occasionally horrify you. Made by someone who really cares (and his prisoner). We bring you music you’ve never heard before that will put a smile on your face, open your third eye and make you dance. We love space age bachelor pad music, library music, charity shop cheese, hauntology, ping pong stereo, moog music, sitar-driven psychedelia, lounge, the retro-futuristic, contemporary electronica, soundtrack music, radiophonics, eur ...
 
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While the concept of "type" has been present in architectural discourse since its formal introduction at the end of the eighteenth century, its role in the development of architectural projects has not been comprehensively analyzed. This book proposes a reassessment of architectural type throughout history and its impact on the development of archi…
 
Tanya Harmer’s new biography, Beatriz Allende: A Revolutionary Life in Cold War Latin America (University of North Carolina Press, 2020), explores how a young Chilean woman pursued her political commitments and navigated patriarchal strictures as a militant leftist. The daughter of Salvador Allende, Beatriz Allende was born in 1942 and came of age …
 
The Weimar Republic is well-known for its gay rights movement and recent scholarship has demonstrated some of its contradictory elements. In his recent book entitled The Seduction of Youth: Print Culture and Homosexual Rights in the Weimar Republic (University of Toronto Press, 2020), Javier Semper Vendrell writes the first study to focus on the Le…
 
Burn It Down: Feminist Manifestos for the Revolution (Verso, 2020), Breanne Fahs has curated a comprehensive collection of feminist manifestos from the nineteenth century to today. Fahs collected over seventy-five manifestos from around the world, calling on feminists to act, be defiant and show their rage. This thought-provoking and timely collect…
 
What is the connection between the movement for death penalty abolition and the anti-slavery movement? In Slavery and the Death Penalty: A Study in Abolition (Routledge, 2018), Bharat Malkani, Senior Lecturer in Law at Cardiff University, explores this question. Beginning with an acknowledgment that the death penalty in the United States of America…
 
Burn It Down: Feminist Manifestos for the Revolution (Verso, 2020), Breanne Fahs has curated a comprehensive collection of feminist manifestos from the nineteenth century to today. Fahs collected over seventy-five manifestos from around the world, calling on feminists to act, be defiant and show their rage. This thought-provoking and timely collect…
 
What is the connection between the movement for death penalty abolition and the anti-slavery movement? In Slavery and the Death Penalty: A Study in Abolition (Routledge, 2018), Bharat Malkani, Senior Lecturer in Law at Cardiff University, explores this question. Beginning with an acknowledgment that the death penalty in the United States of America…
 
Burn It Down: Feminist Manifestos for the Revolution (Verso, 2020), Breanne Fahs has curated a comprehensive collection of feminist manifestos from the nineteenth century to today. Fahs collected over seventy-five manifestos from around the world, calling on feminists to act, be defiant and show their rage. This thought-provoking and timely collect…
 
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Brian Greene is a Professor of Mathematics and Physics at Columbia University in the City of New York, where he is the Director of the Institute for Strings, Cosmology, and Astroparticle Physics, and co-founder and chair of the World Science Festival. He is well known for his TV mini-series about string theory and the nature of reality, including t…
 
Siblinghood and Social Relations in Georgian England: Share and Share Alike (Manchester University Press, 2016), by Amy Harris, examines the impact sisters and brothers had on eighteenth-century English families and society. Using evidence from letters, diaries, probate disputes, court transcripts, prescriptive literature and portraiture, Harris ar…
 
Donald F. Stevens offers us a portrait of early republican life in his new book, Mexico in the Time of Cholera, published in 2019 by the University of New Mexico Press. Although Stevens uses the 1833 Cholera epidemic that devastated independent Mexico as his his point of departure, this is not primarily a medical history. Beginning with the suggest…
 
Most books about American music ask how it sounded, who wrote it, or who performed it. In his new book, Everybody’s Doin’ It: Sex, Music, and Dance in New York, 1840-1917 (Norton, 2019), Dale Cockrell asks a different question: where is American music? His answer is in the brothels, dance halls, concert saloons, and cabarets of nineteenth-century N…
 
The “Mongol turn” in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries forged new political, commercial, and religious circumstances in Eurasia. This legacy can be found in the “sudden appearances” of common themes, styles, motifs, and even pigments that circulated across the continents. Drawing on visual as well as textual sources from eight unique location…
 
“What is Africa to me?”, African-American writer Countee Cullen asked in Color, his 1925 collection of poems. African Americans and Africa: A New History (Yale University Press, 2019) lays out the long history of African American engagement with the continent. Nemata Blyden’s sweeping narrative weaves together iterations of Cullen’s question that h…
 
Brian Greene is a Professor of Mathematics and Physics at Columbia University in the City of New York, where he is the Director of the Institute for Strings, Cosmology, and Astroparticle Physics, and co-founder and chair of the World Science Festival. He is well known for his TV mini-series about string theory and the nature of reality, including t…
 
Eric Lee's new book The Night of the Bayonets: The Texel Uprising and Hitler's Revenge, April–May 1945 (Greenhill Books, 2020) tells the story of the events leading up to the little-known revolt of Georgian Wehrmacht recruits against the Germans on the island of Texel, which was part of the Atlantic Wall fortifications off the Dutch coast. These Ge…
 
Most books about American music ask how it sounded, who wrote it, or who performed it. In his new book, Everybody’s Doin’ It: Sex, Music, and Dance in New York, 1840-1917 (Norton, 2019), Dale Cockrell asks a different question: where is American music? His answer is in the brothels, dance halls, concert saloons, and cabarets of nineteenth-century N…
 
Most books about American music ask how it sounded, who wrote it, or who performed it. In his new book, Everybody’s Doin’ It: Sex, Music, and Dance in New York, 1840-1917 (Norton, 2019), Dale Cockrell asks a different question: where is American music? His answer is in the brothels, dance halls, concert saloons, and cabarets of nineteenth-century N…
 
Jewish New York: The Remarkable Story of a City and a People (NYU Press, 2017) reveals the multifaceted world of one of the city’s most important ethnic and religious groups. Jewish immigrants changed New York. They built its clothing industry and constructed huge swaths of apartment buildings. New York Jews helped to make the city the center of th…
 
Brian Greene is a Professor of Mathematics and Physics at Columbia University in the City of New York, where he is the Director of the Institute for Strings, Cosmology, and Astroparticle Physics, and co-founder and chair of the World Science Festival. He is well known for his TV mini-series about string theory and the nature of reality, including t…
 
Jewish New York: The Remarkable Story of a City and a People (NYU Press, 2017) reveals the multifaceted world of one of the city’s most important ethnic and religious groups. Jewish immigrants changed New York. They built its clothing industry and constructed huge swaths of apartment buildings. New York Jews helped to make the city the center of th…
 
“What is Africa to me?”, African-American writer Countee Cullen asked in Color, his 1925 collection of poems. African Americans and Africa: A New History (Yale University Press, 2019) lays out the long history of African American engagement with the continent. Nemata Blyden’s sweeping narrative weaves together iterations of Cullen’s question that h…
 
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Ronnie Grinberg speaks with Pamela S. Nadell, the Patrick Clendenen Chair in Women’s and Gender History and director of Jewish studies at American University. Her books include America's Jewish Women, winner of the Everett Family Foundation Book of the Year Award from the Jewish Book Council, and Women Who Would Be Rabbis, a National Jewish Book Aw…
 
In Epic Journey: Life and Times of Wasyl Kushnir (Academic Studies Press, 2020), Andrei Kushnir documents the story of his father, Wasyl Kushnir, who was born in the western part of Ukraine in 1923. The book is based on Wasyl Kushnir’s memoirs and it includes a number of photos that help reconstruct his personal story. Narrating his family story, W…
 
Jah Kingdom: Rastafarians, Tanzania, and Pan-Africanism in the Age of Decolonization (UNC Press, 2017), examines Rastafarian repatriation to Tanzania in the 1970s and 1980s. In doing so, Monique A. Bedasse situates Rastafarianism’s connection to black radical politics and internationalism within Tanzania, the site for pan-African solidarity in inde…
 
Political Scientist Mary-Kate Lizotte’s new book, Gender Differences in Public Opinion: Values and Political Consequences (Temple University Press, 2020) helps us to understand the concept of the gender gap in American politics and how this gap looks across a host of different policy areas. Lizotte examines four different policy umbrellas: the use …
 
Ronnie Grinberg speaks with Pamela S. Nadell, the Patrick Clendenen Chair in Women’s and Gender History and director of Jewish studies at American University. Her books include America's Jewish Women, winner of the Everett Family Foundation Book of the Year Award from the Jewish Book Council, and Women Who Would Be Rabbis, a National Jewish Book Aw…
 
You mean big business is good, contributes to our general welfare, and is not generally guilty--with notable exceptions--of all of the charges made against it? That's the argument libertarian economist Tyler Cowen makes in his book Big Business: A Love Letter to an American Anti-Hero (St. Martins, 2019) Most NBN listeners will raise an eyebrow to t…
 
Though his advice has saved the lives of millions of people, the name Ignaz Semmelweis is not one commonly known today. In his book Anthony Valerio’s Semmelweis: The Women's Doctor (Zantedeschi Books, 2019). Valerio details the many struggles Semmelweis faced in winning acceptance for his advice on antiseptic procedures. The son of a Buda spice mer…
 
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Ellen Chorley (centre) enjoys a typical night at Nextfest. This year’s festival goes online June 4-14. (Photo by Mat Simpson) This year’s Nextfest—its 25th anniversary—goes entirely online. We caught up with Festival Director Ellen Chorley to talk about her career path and the wonders of the beautiful, multidisciplinary beast that is Edmonton’s fes…
 
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