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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.
 
Rockonteurs is a podcast all about the real stories behind real music. Presented by Spandau Ballet’s Gary Kemp, who wrote and performed megahits like ‘Gold’ and ‘True’, and Guy Pratt, a bass player who shaped songs for the likes of Madonna and Pink Floyd, you’ll hear exclusive stories of life on the road, in the studio and what really happened behind the scenes from artists who wrote, performed and produced the some of the biggest classic rock and pop tracks of all time. Guests include Sir B ...
 
This podcast is for ballet students who want to take ownership of their ballet practise, optimise their health and live a life filled with grit and grace! Hosted by Georgia, a qualified ballet teacher with over a decade worth of experience helping students change their life through ballet. Join the Balanced Ballerinas online and in-person community for classes, courses and workshops!
 
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Ballet Piano Podcast

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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.
 
Get the biggest scoops and best storytelling on television from 60 Minutes - on your schedule. Now you can listen to the show in its entirety every week. 60 Minutes is the most successful broadcast in television history with more than 80 Emmys under its belt. 60 Minutes is also the only show to obtain interviews with every American president from Richard Nixon to Joe Biden.
 
Starting June 19th the Deep Dive podcast will become Panic: Queer True Crime, a podcast, and youtube channel. Season one and two will remain here and on the website. https://reggiedeepdive.com/queerpanicdive/ A little bit about Panic. I created this true-crime channel to focus on the life and murders of LGBTQ+ people. I called the channel Panic because for much more of the recorded history of LGBTQ+ folks there’s been a panic. By investigating everything from hate crimes to domestic violence ...
 
On this podcast I will be interviewing performers and colourful creatures from all walks of life (actors, ballet dancers, drag queens and creative souls) and we'll be making you laugh as my guests and I regale you with our funniest on-stage moments, embarrassing audition experiences, devastating rehearsal room travesties, hilarious drama school memories, not to forget, all the random jobs we put ourselves through in order to survive whilst we are ...."resting". Hosted by Joseph Raisi-Varzaneh
 
What makes creative people tick? How do they find and develop their inspiration? Welcome to the podcast that draws back the curtain on the inventive mind and its artistic process with a series of interviews between host Emma Lister and performers, choreographers, designers and other artists. Look out for our special mini-series, like 'Ballet for the 21st Century' and 'Dance in the Time of Corona'.
 
The Suncoast Culture Club podcast is your weekly dose of what’s happening in the performing and visual arts on Florida’s Suncoast, including interviews, reviews, discussions, behind the scene tidbits, and insider trading. Join State College of Florida arts faculty and staff members as they bring you all the arts happenings on the Suncoast from music to dance to art to theatre. Come along and join our club.
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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://anchor.fm/balletherald/support
 
Triple E: Elevate, Enhance, Expand is a success and mindset podcast focused on breaking down principles of success. The host, Jessica Schmitt, is a mindset coach, motivational speaker, ballet dancer, and founder of Mindful Ontogeny, a personal development business. Jessica brings on guests knowledgeable in a specific principle of success for thoughtful discussions to help audiences Elevate their mindset, Enhance their life, and Expand their success. If you like what you hear, visit www.mindf ...
 
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 ...
 
Arms Out Like Wings is an anecdotal memoir about my seven years spent in a ballet boarding school from 1969 to 1976 aged nine to seventeen. A ‘Pygmalion-esque’ story that takes me from my crowded, loving council house home of siblings, cockney, lorry driver Dad and Italian seamstress Mother, to a Rolls Royce gliding through London, tinkling piano music in corridors and marquees on the lawn. This book will give you an insight into a young ballet dancers life. The initial spark, training, lite ...
 
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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Music & Dance · The Creative Process

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Music & Dance · The Creative Process

Musicians, Composers, Performers, Dancers, Choreographers...in Conversation · Creative Process Original Series

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Music & Dance episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. To listen to ALL arts & creativity episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the fascinating minds of creative people. Conversations with writers, artists & creative thinkers across the Arts & STEM. We discuss their life, work & artistic practice. Winners ...
 
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She's just a dancer

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She's just a dancer

Joanne Clifton & Tjaša Vulič

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Two world champion dancers discuss the glitz, glamour, sweat and tears of the wonderful world of professional dancing. She's Just a Dancer takes a look behind the scenes and discovers what it took successful female dancers to reach the top of their game in the performing arts industry. Fun episodes about the glittery side of dancing alternate with some real talk about discrimination, eating disorders and psychological pressures of a professional dancer's career and make the listener realise ...
 
Join Niels Kaastrup-Larsen as he explores the world of finance and investing, through weekly conversations with the most interesting and experienced investors, economists, traders & thought leaders. Learn from their experiences, their successes, and their failures. We don't want you to think like them...but we do want to make you think! Stay up-to-date on https://toptradersunplugged.com
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
The Stage Rightside with James Whiteside (Principal Dancer with American Ballet Theatre) is an interview based foray into the interesting and often strange world of professional ballet. James speaks with fellow dancers, choreographers, costume designers, stage crew, makeup artists, you name it, in this comedic, yet informative podcast brought to you live from James' dressing room, backstage at the Metropolitan Theatre.
 
The 2 Minute Takeaway Podcast gives you easy to implement tips that will improve your performance, productivity, and profits. Ken Okel engages audiences with actionable and creative solutions. Your audience will enjoy Ken's relatable approach to improving your performance at work. For more, visit www.KenOkel.com Ken Okel learned the value of high performance and productivity, when failure was not an option, during careers in TV News, hurricane relief, and professional ballet. Let Ken’s custo ...
 
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Elizabeth Talks!

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Elizabeth Talks!

Elizabeth Fernandez Flores

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Elizabeth Talks! Is Elizabeth Flores, Director of the award winning New American Youth Ballet of NYC with a positive view on the world of ballet and performing arts! Hear about what's new on her show The Adventures of My Ballerina and Me! Great for listeners of all ages! Tune in and talk soon!
 
Are you a good girl who’s ready to break the rules, have a little fun and create a new reality? Are you getting the feeling that there’s more to life and you’re ready to create the dreams you want? If this sounds like you, you’ve found your tribe! Welcome to The Get Up Girl podcast with Joanna Vargas, where we inspire you to live your fullest and most fun life! Every week Joanna will pour wisdom into you through her stories, tools, and fun radical candor. Joanna believes that when you ask be ...
 
Hi, I am Susanne, a former international Ballerina, mother to 3 boys, turned entrepreneur. I am committed to raising the bar in the ballet community and starting conversations that not only empower dancers but create change in this industry. Get all the tools you need to take action, stop chasing what doesn't work, and turn your passion into profit. Connect to yourself from within, bust through your fears, and push yourself to new levels. Be prepared so when the music stops you have a plan t ...
 
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On the newest Hear the Dance episode, host Jared Angle leads us through the five fasntasy-filled movements of Balanchine’s crowd- and dancer-pleasing Vienna Waltzes. He and Repertory Director Rebecca Krohn share recollections of learning the principal roles in the first Tales from the Vienna Woods and fourth Merry Widow movements from former princi…
 
Today, we are joined by Cameron Dawson, CIO at NewEdge Wealth, who has a really unique background. We address how she allocate and construct her portfolios in a highly unstable and inflationary environment and why she prefesr to play on the smaller side of funds. We also discuss the importance of valuations and how it can help forecast long term re…
 
Struggling with creating more money than you can ever imagine? I’m here to give you my biggest secrets about money that I’m getting this year! I’ve taken every money course on this planet and have read every money book known to man. I was on a quest to ‘fix’ my money problems. My problem was simple … I would make a lot of money and then somehow unb…
 
On this edition of “60 Minutes,” Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska sits down with Scott Pelley and describes what her country and people have been through in the months since Russia invaded. Bill Whitaker talks with a woman whose world went up in flames when the Caldor Fire ripped through her home. Jon Wertheim runs down the field with Siya Kolis…
 
This week on Rockonteurs, Gary and Guy take a quick break from the US tour with Saucerful of Secrets to chat to a member of the SODS (society of distinguished songwriters) – it’s Mike Batt. Mike is a singer, songwriter, musician and record producer. In this episode, he discusses working with Art Garfunkel, Elkie Brookes, a variety of acclaimed orch…
 
If you need your employees to do things a specific way, right away, then you'll profit from these tips for employee motivation. Simply giving orders may not result in the fast change you need. Instead, you may want to unleash several strategies, designed to make employees embrace and appreciate the new change. Get motivated in this week's episode o…
 
Today, Alan Dunne joins us for our weekly dose of Trend Following where we reflect on an eventful month of September and a good year for trend, so far. We discuss what causes trends and why we are starting to see bigger moves in markets in recent years, whether the economy will have a Soft, Hard or No landing and what impact it will have on market …
 
"So I could be in his studio, and he could be carrying on a conversation, and there'd be music, and he wouldn't stop painting, which was really exciting. I mean, there's all this stuff going on, and then you're watching it, this masterpiece. And I played with Bob Marley. I played in his band, and I was living in his house for three years in Jamaica…
 
Lee Jaffe, a cross-disciplinary visual artist, musician, and poet, took photos of his friend, Jean-Michel Basquiat, when they traveled abroad in 1983. As a photographer, Jaffe had a connection to Basquiat, and their time spent together resulted in an archive of imagery that captured one of the art world’s true legends through an unfiltered and auth…
 
Did you know that we can listen to something once and then when we listen to it again the second time we hear something completely different? I am saying this because although I have spoken about several topics multiple times, I am in complete “awe” when I discover more about anything. For example, in this episode, my gal Salome Valdez and I chat a…
 
Lighting designer Jessica Hung Han Yun won a Knight of Illumination Award for Equus at Stratford East when she was just 24. She’s since worked at the National Theatre, Donmar Warehouse, Rambert2, The Royal Court, and she has also designed lights for the revered theatre company Complicité and director Nicholas Hytner. Her upcoming work on RSC's My N…
 
Today, we welcome back Adam Rozencwajg, Managing Partner at Goehring & Rozencwajg, to help us understand the global energy crisis and how we ended up in this situation. We discuss the outlook of the coming months and why we are in the beginning of a commodity super cycle, how the supply and demand side of the economy functions and what role the Str…
 
Did you know that we can listen to something once and then when we listen to it again the second time we hear something completely different? I am saying this because although I have spoken about several topics multiple times, I am in complete “awe” when I discover more about anything. For example, in this episode, my gal Salome Valdez and I chat a…
 
Hear the Dance host and Principal Dancer Jared Angle explores George Balanchine’s bombastic and infinitely complex Symphony in Three Movements on this week’s episode. Jared speaks with two generations of the ballet's dancers: former NYCB dancer and current School of American Ballet faculty member Susan Pilarre, who originated one of the “five coupl…
 
On this edition of “60 Minutes,” Scott Pelley sits down with Secretary of State Antony Blinken to talk about hot-button issues including the U.S. response to Russia's war on Ukraine, tensions with China and more. Bill Whitaker goes deeper into the Jan 6 insurrection and the continuing investigation. Anderson Cooper goes diving with marine biologist…
 
On this episode I interview actor Jake Mitchell We reminisce over 'armed combat' classes and what can go wrong when you lose grip of a prop...mid show ! We remember our scene study classes for Ibsen's 'A Doll's House' and as usual Jake regales us with some of his colourful work history Enjoy! Host. Joseph RV Guest. Jake Mitchell…
 
Today, Mark Rzepczynsky joins after an intense week for central banks and global markets. We discuss how the current situation affects us as Trend Followers and the potential systemic risks in the futures exchange community in case of a global financial reset event and how we can use what we learned during the pandemic to tackle the issues of liqui…
 
This week on Rockonteurs we meet the total tour de force that is Noddy Holder. Slade were one of the UK’s most successful bands of the 1970s with a string of unforgettable hits. In this episode he chats to Guy and Gary about those ‘crazee’ days that included driving a young Robert Plant around, his love of Little Richard, inventing part of the stag…
 
While it may sounds obvious, the key to a high performance at work is learning how to spend your time the right way. Often, good leaders and employees are undermined by little things that limit their potential. Add them up and you've got productivity problems. What if you could better focus your workday and eliminate some of these challenges? Get r…
 
Lou talked with Ned, Alan and Naomi about what motivates them, what models they use, their different approaches and what’s difficult about the work they do. They talked about how trust and time are key to letting co-created ideas emerge, and they shared top tips for anyone embarking on a participatory performance project.…
 
Anders Duckworth is a British/Swedish choreographer. With training in both design and dance, their work blurs movement, fashion and visual arts. Constantly seeking new collaborations, they have choreographed for short film, installations, and theatrical pieces. Anders was selected as a Work Place Artist at The Place in London until 2026. In this in…
 
I am so happy that I got to talk to my gal Stephanie Gilstrap! This episode is about making pivots in your business and questioning whether or not you have found your place or not. Stephanie talks about the changes she’s made to her business and how it can be confusing to people. My girl gets REAL about her business and the shift she’s made. IN THI…
 
Today, we are joined by Michael Howell, Author and Managing Director of Crossborder Capital, for a conversation on how liquidity drives financial markets, based on his book, “Capital Wars: The Rise of Global Liquidity”. We address term premia and the impact it has on the economy, the off-shore market, how Central Banks have become the dominant play…
 
It's been a while, listeners, but if you were itching for us to get into some more remake discussion on Movies for Life, here we are! Though there was really only one choice for the original film we talk about, there were actually several different possibilities for its "remake" - or at least an interpretation of the original story - so we hope you…
 
Are you on the defense or offense when it comes to YOU and your life? I’m here to unveil what it takes to create a strong pit crew that will help you get back up! Many of us are living in a defensive mode and only react and ask for help when we’re in the hole and need help. What if we chose to live in the offensive mode and choose help even when we…
 
In this bonus episode (yes, we have another one coming up this Thursday!) we look back on what has probably been one of the most exciting summers ever for us. From bringing dance events back to life in Italy to dancing on a reunion tour- we've been up to all sorts of things. What's it like when you perform a show that you know will probably be one …
 
For this week’s New Combinations episode, Host and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan caught up with choreographer Gianna Reisen between rehearsals to talk about her third Fall Fashion Gala commission for the Company. This year’s world premiere follows 2017’s Composer’s Holiday, created when she was still a student at the School of American B…
 
The SCF Theatre Program presents its first play of the year, "Nothing Serious" written by Rich Orloff, September 23 through October 2 in the Howard Studio Theatre on the SCF Bradenton campus. The play's director, faculty member Amanda Schlachter, and assistant director, SCF Theatre major Tori Flounders, join the club this week to talk about their e…
 
This week Guy and Gary are joined by Julian Lennon for a fascinating and wide-ranging music conversation. Julian released his new album ‘Jude’ earlier this month and talks about the making of his first record in over 10 years. He also discusses his love for AC/DC, the weight of responsibility of the Lennon name and his reaction to watching Get Back…
 
Rob Carver returns after his extended holiday and kicks off by taking a nostalgic look back to 1985 as the British Pounds this week hit the lowest level since that year, to reflect on how markets tend to go in cycles. We also address dynamic optimisation, whether it contributes to make more markets "tradable" and the use of "non-tradable" markets, …
 
Successful leaders understand the value of being able to predict the unexpected. In business, while you don't have a crystal ball, there are some common workplace scenarios you should expect could happen. Are you ready to respond to these challenges or do you want to leave your business vulnerable to unexpected change? Prepare now for what could ha…
 
Struggling with giving up when it feels like the world is against you? I’m here to give you my biggest secret on how I continue when life just totally sucks! There is a lot of self development work out there that says, “Don’t pay attention to the negative thoughts.” …and I’m here to tell ya, they ain’t never gonna go away. Those thoughts that pop i…
 
Nicholas Thayer is a London-born, Netherlands-based composer, producer and inter-disciplinary artist. His electronic and new classical work has been composed for dance pieces, gallery installations and site specific work. He and Emma discuss Entropy, a lockdown collaboration for Ballet Zurich that has finally been performed live on stage and the al…
 
Today, we are joined by Oded Galor, Professor of Economics at Brown University, for a conversation on how we can explore and uncover new ways of thinking about the economy, based on his book “The Journey of Humanity: The Origins of Wealth and Inequality”. We discuss inequality from a historical aspect and the roots of human behaviour, the Malthusia…
 
Woah! 2 Chicks and a Mic is back and as always we talk about our life experiences and ask questions about the possibilities. In this chat we chose to explore the question of “What if your wrongness was your strongest”.... I know, I know it seems pretty confusing, but as always we have a back up story for you. For example, I’ve always been different…
 
City Ballet The Podcast returns for another season of deep dives and candid conversations, beginning with an episode of See the Music devoted to the score for Alexei Ratmansky’s 2008 ballet Concerto DSCH. Musical Director Andrew Litton takes us on a tour through the many in-jokes, historical references, and musical cryptograms in Dmitri Shostakovic…
 
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