Best san francisco ballet podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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San Francisco Ballet's popular pre-performance Meet the Artist Interviews (MTAs) spotlight a work to be performed that afternoon/evening. These informative talks feature artists and choreographers in conversation with a moderator and take place before Friday evening and Sunday matinee performances during the San Francisco Ballet season.
 
San Francisco Ballet dancers come from an extraordinarily diverse range of backgrounds. Learn more about the influences that shaped the world-class performers you see onstage by listening to our Artist Spotlight podcasts, featuring conversations with Company dancers.
 
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.
 
San Francisco Ballet's Demi-Pointe Podcast is a bite-sized taste of our upcoming programs, hosted by Associate Director of Audience Engagement, Jennie Scholick, PhD. Get a quick overview of what you're about to see and learn what to look for, what's important, and what you most need to know.
 
San Francisco Ballet's Pointes of View Lectures feature a variety of SF Ballet dancers, guest artists, choreographers, musicians, designers, and visiting scholars who share key insights and a deeper understanding of that evening's performance. These lectures are free and open to the public. Visit https://www.sfballet.org/explore/programs/pov for more information.The information, views and opinions expressed in podcasts are strictly those of the participants and do not represent directly or i ...
 
These online-only interviews feature a broad range of personalities that contribute to San Francisco Ballet. You'll learn new and interesting perspectives from Company dancers, choreographers, members of the administrative staff, and others who are key players at the Ballet.
 
A highly popular pre-performance discussion program, Meet the Artist Interviews spotlight the specific San Francisco Ballet repertory program to be performed that evening/afternoon. These highly informative talks feature Company dancers, guest artists, choreographers and conductors in conversation with a moderator.Meet the Artist Interviews last 30 minutes and take place in the War Memorial Opera House one hour before performance time on selected evenings and Sunday matinees. Meet the Artist ...
 
Dance Scholar and Educator Mary Wood, along with other guests, hosts each program in salon-style interviews with San Francisco Ballet dancers, guest artists, choreographers, musicians, and designers.
 
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Morabito: The Art Of Enduring ExcellenceThe word “legendary” rolls off the tongue easily and often these days, but in the world of music and nightlife that story is usually told in the past tense. Unless the legend happens to be Susan Morabito. Few names have dominated the dance scene over the course of three decades and remain as relevant, current and celebrated as Morabito.Morabito has graced every major club and headlined the most prestigious events across the country. The GMHC Morning Pa ...
 
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This week we are with Justin Peck, LIVE from San Francisco Ballet’s Unbound Festival in a live “Meet The Artist” event before the opening night of San Francisco Ballet’s Unbound Festival. We talk about his career, his process, and about the concept behind his new ballet for SFB, “Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming.” Stay tuned this week for more from the ...…
 
After four seasons with English National Ballet, Corps de Ballet member Madison Keesler has returned to SF Ballet. During the talk, she reveals what brought her back to San Francisco, as well as what she has learned from performing with companies abroad. Madison also shares her excitement for Robbins’ The Cage and fellow Company member Myles Th ...…
 
I’m Robin Zander, and you’re listening to Zander Strong, a podcast about movement in the modern world. Today: the story of how I learned to surf, and the simple tactical steps that you can use to begin surfing right away. It has been an eventful last couple of years! In February 2016 I came up with the idea to run a big event. In September 2016 ...…
 
Today we are joined by Gonzalo Garcia, New York City Ballet Principal. Born in Spain, Mr. Garcia began studying ballet at the age of eight at Maria Avila’s school. In 1995 he came to the U.S. to study at the San Francisco Ballet School’s summer intensive. He then went on to become the youngest dancer to ever win a gold medal in the Prix de Laus ...…
 
Wynton Marsalis joined us for Behind The Note Podcast today! We talked many things including leadership, building a team, and turning vision into reality.Rate Behind The Note Podcast on the platform you're using right now to read this script and to listen to the show.Press Play. Enjoy. Share. ---------------------------------------------------- ...…
 
Cincinnati Opera's Harry T. Wilks Artistic Director Evans Mirageas interviews lighting designer Thomas Hase. Show Notes Hase was Lighting Designer at Giessen State Theater (Stadttheater Giessen) Hase was Lighting Designer for open-air ballet called The Shadow of Gobustan in front of Gobustan Mountains in Azerbaijan Hase mentions that stage ligh ...…
 
Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Kelly Starrett. Kelly is someone I’ve been wanting to have on the show since day one. He is a coach, physical therapist, author, speaker, and founder of Mobility WOD, which has revolutionized how athletes think about human movement and athletic performance. Kelly’s clients have included Olympic gol ...…
 
Today I am very excited to announce our guest, Kelly Starrett. Kelly is someone I’ve been wanting to have on the show since day one. He is a coach, physical therapist, author, speaker, and founder of Mobility WOD, which has revolutionized how athletes think about human movement and athletic performance. Kelly’s clients have included Olympic gol ...…
 
How did a junk food-loving couch potato from South Texas become a dancer and a popular fitness instructor in the Berkshires? Mimi Rosenblatt’s journey took her from Texas to San Francisco and finally to Great Barrington, where she teaches fitness and yoga, studies ballet and runs a used clothing store to benefit the Humane Society. Connect with ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Episode 52: "Keep the phrase going" - a conversation with Charles Daval Trumpet player Charles Daval has held positions in some of North America’s most prestigious orchestras including the Boston Symphony, the Cincinnati Symphony and the Seattle Symphony. His principal appointments have included the Boston Pops and the Solo Trumpet position of ...…
 
Dr. Don Greene is a sports psychologist and performance coach who has who has taught at The Juilliard School, New World Symphony, and The Colburn School. In 2016, Dr. Greene's students won positions with the San Francisco Opera, Montreal Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, National Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Pacific Northwest ...…
 
Ballet Master Betsy Erickson and Principal Dancers Sarah Van Patten and Tiit Helmets speak with dance educator Mary Wood on preparing to dance Christopher Wheeldon's Cinderella©. What makes this ballet as thrilling for the artists to dance as it is for the audience to watch?By San Francisco Ballet Association.
 
Corps de ballet member Skyla Schreter discusses Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella© and some of her favorite moments of SF Ballet’s 2017 Repertory Season.By San Francisco Ballet Association.
 
George Elvin, is in his 40th season in the Wardrobe Department of the SF Ballet Company, and has announced his retirement following the 2017 Nutcracker season. He reminisces about highlights in his career, including the celebrations of the Company’s 50th and 75th anniversaries. He illustrates the bonds that are shared among dancers and producti ...…
 
Jay Wadley is a musician and film composer with credits that include the hit series The OA on Netflix and feature films such as Indignation. His score for James Schamus' Indignation was listed in IndieWire's "10 Best Scores of 2016". Indignation premiered with critical acclaim at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival where it was acquired by Lionsgat ...…
 
Persian Dance Belly Dance Geek Clubhouse Episode 49: My guest, Shahrzad Khorsandi will talk about the history, aesthetics, and technique of Persian dance, and the similarities and differences between it and belly dance. Get the recording While NOT what we think of as “belly dance,” Persian dance has a long and rich history that can inform and i ...…
 
Frances Chung, who performs the iconic role of Odette/Odile in Swan Lake for the first time this 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 the time she spent in the cor ...…
 
Amber Zuckswert is the founder of Epic Living Retreats and Epicself.com Online Wellness Coaching. She’s an internationally recognized online/live pilates and yoga instructor, professional contemporary dancer, holistic nutritionist, and lifestyle design expert from San Francisco. As a contemporary ballet/modern dancer with over 25 years of techn ...…
 
Dance Educator Mary Wood and Rubén Martín Cintas, former principal dancer who is currently ballet school faculty and pas de deux teacher, discuss the art of pas de deux. San Francisco Ballet School Trainees demonstrate the intricacies of partnering.By San Francisco Ballet Association.
 
Bernice Ende is a horsewoman and adventurer who has ridden over 28,000 miles on horseback throughout the United States. Back in 2005, without any significant experience in long riding, Bernice set out by herself from her home in Trego, Montana and headed south—2,000 miles south, all the way to the Albuquerque, New Mexico. In the following years ...…
 
Swan Lake returns to San Francisco Ballet this week, and Maria Kochetkova gives a swan's eye view of Odette and Odile.By artsproducer@kdfc.com (KDFC).
 
Ballet Master Katita Waldo, a dancer at San Francisco Ballet for 22 years (16 of them as a principal dancer), discusses Arthur Pita’s Salome, including her role as the chilling Herodias, the imaginative concept behind this dance-theater piece, and the work’s movement and staging. She also discusses her role as a ballet master in documenting and ...…
 
Principal Dancers Sofiane Sylve and Carlo Di Lanno discuss their experiences dancing Swan Lake, at San Francisco Ballet and at other companies, and share their thoughts on the nuances and challenges of the roles of Odette/Odile and Prince Siegfried in this iconic ballet. They also discuss what it’s like to dance principal roles at young ages, v ...…
 
Contemporary music offers choreographers the chance to explore new sonic worlds and take audiences into new states of artistic consciousness. Musicologist Jim Stelchen and Music Director and Principal Conductor Martin West discuss the strategies that the conductor and musicians use to prepare music that many in the audience—and on stage—are hea ...…
 
Renowned for his dramatic portrayals, Val Caniparoli, Principal Character Dancer, discusses the role of the Father in Balanchine’s Prodigal Son. He emphasizes the dramatic importance of “stillness” in conveying deep emotion, and he stresses how vital a part it is, although the Father’s time on stage is very short. He relates memories of his ear ...…
 
Rufus Olivier, Principal Bassoon Player in the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra, reminisces engagingly about his nearly 40 years with the Orchestra. He describes Program 4, the “Must-See Balanchine” works, as a “dream” for the bassoon, with featured parts in Stravinsky Violin Concerto, the Prokofiev accompanying Prodigal Son, as well as the Tchai ...…
 
Rising-star choreographer Myles Thatcher, a member of SF Ballet’s corps de ballet, discusses his 2017 world premiere, Ghost in the Machine and what it takes to juggle a dual career. In discussing Ghost in the Machine, he talks about his inspiration, creative approach, working relationship with his dancers, and music choices. He also touches on ...…
 
Thomas F. DeFrantz, dance researcher and Chair of African American Studies at Duke University, offers a history of the African-American presence in American ballet. Focusing on the historical moments that predicted a growing presence, DeFrantz considers how African-American audiences, dancemakers, and performing artists have shifted and revised ...…
 
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