Best ballethnic podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Ballethnic Dance Company
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Ballethnic Dance Company's goal is to inform, educate and entertain through dance! Ballethnic combines classical ballet with African dance & other forms from around the world. Step into our world of dance as we bring the latest dance news!
 
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Ballet Initiative Podcast
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For centuries, ballet has captivated audiences the world over. From its humble beginnings in the courtyards of Italy and France, to the great stages of the eastern and western worlds, ballet has secured its position among great paintings, literature, music and sculpture. Join Emmy Award winning producer Christian Cudnik for a look at this centuries old art form. Learn about it's traditions, etiquette, teaching and significant artists.
 
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A dark production of The Winter's Tale from The Royal Ballet; on the anniversary of the Stonewall riots, performance poet, Joan Nestle, remembers the political and creative turmoil of 1960s New York; Australian young adult and fantasy author Margo Lanagan explains which masterpiece inspires her; and ABC Sound Librarians James Lee and Michael Mu ...…
 
Inspired by creativity, Bruce Simpson credits the joy of life for what drives him and fuels his career in ballet. Simpson came to the Louisville Ballet as artistic director in 2002, bringing over 30 years of experience in the ballet world with him. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Simpson mastered the art of ballet. He danced for South Africa’s State ...…
 
Pink Panther Blu-ray cage match between Kino and Shout! Plus the biggest TV megaset of all time, the long-awaited DVD arrival of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In and Wade reviews the live "La La Land in Concert at the Hollywood Bowl." DigiGods Podcast, 06/27/17 (MP3) — 31.43 MB right click to save Subscribe to the DigiGods Podcast In this episode, the ...…
 
Every dancer has a story, and Claudia Suárez‘s (Apprentice Ballerina, with Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida) story sees her fleeing her home in politically unstable Venezuela and landing on the stage in Miami. 19 year old Claudia started dancing at the age of 5, however her training was interrupted by having to move numerous times and eventually ...…
 
Welcome to our third and final installment with Edward Villella, founding Artistic Director of Miami City Ballet and former Principal Dancer with the New York City Ballet. Today Edward talks at length about the founding of Miami City Ballet, what he learned from Balanchine about being an Artistic Director, and how he kept his dancers in mind ev ...…
 
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RNZ: Standing Room Only
 
It's been described as a win-win - the Wellington City Council's multi million dollar investment in Wellington's Te Whaea Dance and Drama studios to accommodate the Royal New Zealand Ballet Company. It's good news for the Capital itself, longer term, with more top quality dance studios available not just to the New Zealand School of Dance but t ...…
 
It's been described as a win-win - the Wellington City Council's multi million dollar investment in Wellington's Te Whaea Dance and Drama studios to accommodate the Royal New Zealand Ballet Company. It's good news for the Capital itself, longer term, with more top quality dance studios available not just to the New Zealand School of Dance but t ...…
 
This month's featured dancer is Emily Fennell. Emily is 18 years old and a graduate of the Harid Conservatory. Currently she is training in Vancouver BC. Last year she was the youngest member (17 years old) with the Cleveland ballet during their preview season after which she danced under contract with Columbia Classical in SC. Her additional t ...…
 
Welcome to our second installment with Edward Villella, Balanchine Dancer and founding Artistic Director of Miami City Ballet. Edward was hired into the New York City Ballet by George Balanchine in 1957 and was promoted to Principal Dancer in 1970. Balanchine created many famous roles on Edward including Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the ...…
 
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Network 1901 - Disney Marvel Star Wars Podcast
 
Josh is never not tired…… but luckily he is able to stop yawning long enough to chat with Shannon and Dale about The Mummy, Ballet, the Black Panther Trailer, and rely the latest Disney Parks news. We are also joined this week by Rob Plays for our Community Shoutout! Rob Plays Ballet in Cinema: Alice’s Adventure’s in Wonderland from the Royal B ...…
 
Elmhurst Ballet School graduate Lydia Holt is our final guest in our 3 part podcast series on this prestigious ballet school. Prior to studying at Elmhurst, 19 yr old Lydia attended Tring Park School for the Performing Arts, where she was selected to perform with the English National Ballet in Swan Lake at the Royal Albert Hall, as well as St P ...…
 
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The Entrepreneur Hot Seat | Interviews w/ Different Entrepreneurs About Business, Marketing, Finance, Goals, Challenges & More
 
Allyson Lewis discusses her journey in starting and growing her dance studio and school in Charleston, SC as well as mistakes she has made along the way and the challenges she is facing today. This interview includes how Allyson weathered the financial crisis to keep students coming back, her vision and creativity in adding services and renting ...…
 
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Voices In My Head (The Official Podcast of Rick Lee James)
 
Voices In My Head Podcast Episode #211 with guest Stu G The 5-star-acclaimed, multi-artist Beatitudes album made its debut on Yahoo! Music and released to digital and physical retailers worldwide from Stugiology Music with management, marketing and distribution through The Fuel Music. The album, which showcases 18 new tracks (plus 2 bonus track ...…
 
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Straight No Chaser - A Jazz Show
 
Ever since I learned of the amazing breath of his talents with his stint in the Pat Metheny Group, I’ve been a fan of Cuong Vu. A trumpet player with a decidedly avant-garde style, Cuong is able to use his talents in any number of ways. Whether he is leading one of his groups, or serving as sideman for Metheny, Dave Douglas, and Myra Melford; o ...…
 
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Research at the National Archives and Beyond!
 
Frazine Taylor has helped people of all ethnic backgrounds to research their family history for over 25 years. However she has witnessed firsthand the frustration and disappointment of African-Americans when the research gets to the year of 1870, and for some, 1866, where they hit the predictable “brick wall.” You can’t go around it, get under ...…
 
In the early 20 th Century we started using term ‘melting pot’ more widely, even though it was used to describe America in the 1780s. That is mostly due to a play titled The Melting Pot . In it, the protagonist writes a symphony ‘expressing hope for a world in which all ethnicity has melted away.’ Years later, the movie Mr. Holland’s Opus tells ...…
 
Sophie Laplane, First Artist with the Scottish Ballet was born in France, studied at the prestigious Paris Opera Ballet School, and danced with Le Ballet de Lorraine before moving to Scotland. Sophie shares with us her journey from Paris to Glasgow, her favourite roles, and her move into choreography that is being nurtured by the Scottish Balle ...…
 
The Next Idea Recently, I read a story in the LA Times entitled, “'A sea of despair': White Americans without college degrees are dying younger.” It was about a Princeton study on mortality rates. Apparently, all ethnic groups are living longer with the exception of white Americans. The researchers suggest that decades of underemployment have h ...…
 
The Next Idea Recently, I read a story in the LA Times entitled, “'A sea of despair': White Americans without college degrees are dying younger.” It was about a Princeton study on mortality rates. Apparently, all ethnic groups are living longer with the exception of white Americans. The researchers suggest that decades of underemployment have h ...…
 
The workers at the Momentive plant near Albany, New York didn't get as much attention in the weeks surrounding Donald Trump's election as did those at Carrier in Indianapolis, but in many ways they are similar. While the Carrier plant was closing down, the workers there had faced repeated demands for givebacks in their contracts like the ones t ...…
 
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Conversations on Dance
 
This week we are joined by filmmaker, Ezra Hurwitz. Following a seven year career with Miami City Ballet, Ezra retired from the stage to study film and business strategy at Columbia University. Since beginning his work as a dance filmmaker following his time at Columbia, he has created viral videos for numerous clients including San Francisco B ...…
 
In this episode, Caleb and Todd interviewJames Talbert of Citizen's Akron Church about ethnic diversity within the church. Guest Links James Talbert on Facebook James Talbert on Instagram Citizens Akron Citizens Akron Podcast Links Mentioned Brandon Hostetler; Episode 13 Stephen Johnson; Episode 16 Skyler Roberson; Episode 18 The Myth of a Chri ...…
 
This week we present our first episode recorded on our Conversations on Dance New York Tour sponsored by DanceWear Corner. Today we start with the first of three installments with Edward Villella, Balanchine Dancer & Miami City Ballet Founding Artistic Director. Edward was hired into the New York City Ballet by George Balanchine in 1957 and was ...…
 
host(Amelia Coughli). Sarah Hayes Harkin, and Alessandra Ball James @ Charlotte Ballet This week on the show I am joined by professional dancers Sarah Hayes Harkins and Alessandra Ball James of The Charlotte Ballet. I met up with them after rehearsal at Charlotte Ballet and we had a really fun hour together. Some of my takeaways: biking and bal ...…
 
Ahmad Joudeh never gave up his dream of becoming a dancer. When so-called Islamic State threatened to kill him, he got a tattoo which says "it's dance or die". Now he's a dancer for the Dutch National Ballet in Amsterdam. (Picture credit: Michel Schnater.)
 
Ahmad Joudeh never gave up his dream of becoming a dancer. When so-called Islamic State threatened to kill him, he got a tattoo which says "it's dance or die". Now he's a dancer for the Dutch National Ballet in Amsterdam. (Picture credit: Michel Schnater.)
 
This episode continues the discussion of the history of race, diversity, and ballet in America. The focus in this episode is on the obstacles within the world of professional ballet that African American dancers faced throughout the twentieth century and continue to deal with today. The post Pirouettes from the Past ~ Race and Diversity Part Tw ...…
 
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KJAZZ Radio UK new relaxing indie music.
 
kjazzradiouk.com (Available now) - Welcome on board this edition of 'Airplay' we have around an hour of commercial free relaxing smooth jazz grooves on offer. Starting off we turn back time to 1956 and the west coast California jazz scene, as we explore a band that featured Miles Davis in its lineup for a time, along with Miles Davis bassist Ho ...…
 
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Mamamia Out Loud
 
No one tell John Laws, but in this workplace, women actually wear pants. This week, we take a look at some other casual sexism from the week. But don't get your frilly knickers in a knot; because it's alllll just a joke. Earlier this year it was Bernard Salt who said Millenials can’t afford houses because they spend too much on smashed avo. Now ...…
 
By 2025, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) predicts a shortage of as many as 90,000 physicians of all ethnicities. What accounts for racial disparities in the field of medicine? That’s the question being considered on today’s edition of HearSay with Mekbib Gemeda, Vice President of Diversity & Inclusion at Eastern Virginia Med ...…
 
This week we are publishing our very first podcast that was recorded live with an audience. This episode was recorded in March following our full day of master classes in Columbus, Ohio presented by Ballet in the City. This particular “Conversation on Dance” is directed at the students in the room who we had just taught for 3 hours, and their p ...…
 
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We Belong Everywhere with Reggie Black
 
Outside of Casa Lapin on the busy street of Sukhumvit 26, Khem Chen joins Reggie Black to share her stories about travel, living in another country, the contrasts between Singapore and Bangkok, and finding her voice as a photographer. Khem explores introspective topics about interracial issues amongst Southeast Asia by addressing the notions th ...…
 
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Talk Chineasy - Learn Chinese every day with ShaoLan
 
Can you dance? The 11-year-old star of the Royal Opera House ballet Luke Wragg certainly can! In this episode, he joins ShaoLan in the London studio to chat about how to say “dance” and also “ballet” in Chinese. Read extended show notes for this episode here: https://talk.chineasy.com/lesson/124-dance/Explore various topics, special guests, and ...…
 
The Birmingham Campaign: During the early 1960s, segregation was at an all time high in the south, especially in Alabama. Times were very difficult for African Americans as they were seen as the inferior race. They were segregated from restaurants, bathrooms, water fountains and they had specific neighborhoods to live in. Furthermore, African A ...…
 
This week we are joined by Miami City Ballet dancer Adriana Pierce. After training at the School of American Ballet and dancing as an Apprentice with The New York City Ballet, she joined Miami City Ballet in 2010. Throughout her schooling, Pierce directed and choreographed numerous musical theater productions for a local theater group in New Je ...…
 
Being an artist is not just a job, but a way of life. Many of us may have once dreamed about a creative career - drawing, painting or writing, but usually feel that the reality of paying bills and eating regularly outweigh the fantasy. But for Mr David Piper, there was simply no choice to really make once JET was over. - To see David's work: ht ...…
 
Art is maybe not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Kenya's largest slum Kibera. Fighting poverty and everyday struggles with art and creativity is the idea behind One Fine Day, an organization that offers children courses in ballet, art, acrobatics, music and writing. The children love it, and even the parents who were initia ...…
 
Today on Becoming Ballet Jess talks about muscle soreness and how to prevent it. Abigail Mentzer Designs is our sponsor with a 10% discount on all purchases using Promo Code PDN at checkout. Becoming Ballet is produced by Kimberly Falker, founder and CEO of Premier Dance Network and the host of Balancing Pointe Podcast. Leave Becoming Ballet a ...…
 
Today Jessica talks about staying motivated, de-stressing in healthy ways, and enjoying life outside the ballet studio. Abigail Mentzer Designs is our sponsor with a 10% discount on all purchases using Promo Code PDN at checkout. Becoming Ballet is produced by Kimberly Falker, founder and CEO of Premier Dance Network and the host of Balancing P ...…
 
On this episode of Redux, downtown investment is back in the spotlight. This time, Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan is at the helm. Then, Earth Day is this weekend and its purpose is to demonstrate support for environmental protection. But no matter where you stand on the issue, residents of St. Augustine have a very practical reason to car ...…
 
Is UK business really open to all ethnicities? Listen to KPMG, Babcock International Group and CBI director-general Carolyn Fairbairn discussing the benefits and challenges of diversity and inclusion in Opeining Doors to Inclusion
 
Today on Becoming Ballet, Jessica discusses budgeting for groceries and pointe shoes. Abigail Mentzer Designs is our sponsor with a 10% discount on all purchases using Promo Code PDN at checkout. Becoming Ballet is produced by Kimberly Falker, founder and CEO of Premier Dance Network and the host of Balancing Pointe Podcast. Leave Becoming Ball ...…
 
Doug Fullington takes us behind the scenes on Ballet on Broadway. He talks about the climactic moment in Wheeldon’s Carousel (A Dance), reminds us about the ballet-within-a-play concept of Balanchine’s Slaughter on Tenth Avenue and has a few stories about Jerome Robbins’ reputation for being a strict task-master.…
 
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