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An intimate look into the world of contemporary dance artists, from the voice of a contemporary dancer. Amit Abend sits down with dance artists from all over the globe, in various stages of their careers to discuss their dreams, their triumphs, their challenges, their art, and everything in between. By listening to the stories of those who have come before us, we can gain insight and crucial advice for our own careers as dance artists, and learn to make more intelligent decisions, while find ...
 
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.
 
David’s Dance Podcast is a podcast focused on the artists that make up the UK Contemporary and Hip Hop dance world. We want to pop the lid on people’s unique journeys into dance, demystifying the journey of becoming a professional dancer. We go behind the scenes to understand the why and how behind the work made by today’s dance artists. Graphics: DE-signed (http://de-signed.co.uk/). Podcast also available on YouTube.
 
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 ...
 
Morgan Kulas is an artist and educator currently based in the Southwestern United States. Her practice and teachings are grounded in a sincere desire to transform suffering into understanding and to heal the body-mind-spirit connection. ​ Morgan was introduced to yoga in 2005 as a young dancer in art school and has been a devoted learner ever since. Formally trained in the traditions of Yoga, Daoyin, and Zen; the teachings have contributed eloquently to her personal maturation and healing. W ...
 
Mark Ryman is a legendary DJ on London's club scene having provided the soundtrack to hundreds of nights across the city, from Mayfair to Shoreditch. When it comes to the dancefloor his playlist is distinctly curated for the more mature clubber. His Studio 54 inspired sets feature the original and remixed disco classics as played under the iconic mirrorball, together with contemporary disco-flavoured house, soulful house and timeless house classics. As an alternative for bars, restaurants, h ...
 
Nearly 30 years music passion, joy and the ability to inspire others, that takes the cake, if you talk about Sandra Gold. Always stay on the ball and give more than 100 % - that's her claim. Because if you stop getting better, it stops you being good. She never had to hide behind a stage name, because "Gold" is her surname since birth. Her sound can’t be reduced to a style. Versatile she cross boundaries and meet the audience with her own "Definition of Electronic Dance Music"! Sandra is kno ...
 
Step inside the contemporary Dior mind with ‘Dior Talks’, a series of podcasts aimed at bringing together both the people who directly shape the creative direction of the House and those whose artistic, cultural or intellectual impact influence its narrative. The sixth series, ‘Feminism’, focuses on the women who have inspired Maria Grazia Chiuri, both professionally and personally, and who have been involved in the bold collaborations with the House that the Creative Director of Women’s col ...
 
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.
 
BOJANA ŠALJIĆ PODEŠVA Bojana Šaljić Podešva, a composer of electroacoustic music, music for acoustic instruments, contemporary theatre, puppet theatre, film, and dance, is not only one of the few female makers in these areas, but also one of the few composers of electroacoustic music following the tradition of musique concrete in general in Slovenia. She is a member of the Society of Slovene Composers – Section for Electroacoustic Music and is, along Bor Turel, also one of the most visible r ...
 
Borut Krzisnik is a Slovenian composer of contemporary music, based in Ljubljana. He was born in Zagreb in 1961. Born into a family of diplomats, he moved frequently during his childhood, both within former Yugoslavia and abroad, before finally settling in Ljubljana. Living among different nationalities and experiencing different mentalities helped form his understanding of diversity, something which certainly contributed to his broad approach to music. He played piano as a child, eventually ...
 
Vasja Progar - (text by Luka Zagori?nik)Born in 86, Vasja Progar is one of the youngest makers in the field of contemporary music in Slovenia, an insightful and critical thinker, a graduate of biotechnology and a former student of composition and music theory under Uroš Rojko at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana, whose radicality and faithfulness to his own expression made him quit this institution to embark on a study of cognitive systems and interactive media at the University Pompeu Fabra ...
 
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What, who, where, and why? Amit Abend is introducing her new podcast “Inside Contemporary Dance.” Stay tuned to our first episode featuring the one and only: Pau Aran Gimeno! Follow Inside Contemporary Dance: Instagram: @Insidecontemporarydance Website: www.insidecontamporarydance.com Many thanks to: Ariel Isakowitz - Texts editor, general consulto…
 
Today's guest is Colleen Thomas. Colleen is a New York-based choreographer, scholar, teacher, and performing artist. She is the director of Colleen Thomas Dance, co-director of Bill Young/Colleen Thomas Co., and co-curator for LIT (loft into theater). She began her professional career with the Miami Ballet and went on to work with renowned contempo…
 
Welcome to ‘Feminism’, the latest series of ‘Dior Talks’ podcasts, hosted by Justine Picardie. ‘Dior Talks’ creates fascinating spaces for expression, exploring the imaginations and discourses of the artists and thinkers who influence Maria Grazia Chiuri. ‘Feminism’ engages in dialogue with the women who have inspired the Creative Director of Women…
 
Today's guest is Daniel Gwirtzman. A Rochester, NY native, Daniel is a producer, choreographer, educator, filmmaker, and dancer, and directs the New York City-based Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company, celebrating its 23rd Anniversary and operating with the belief that everyone can join the dance. Gwirtzman was a member of Garth Fagan Dance, toured inte…
 
Welcome to this 11th episode of the Dior Talks podcast ‘Feminist Art’. This series explores the connections between Creative Director of Women’s collections Maria Grazia Chiuri, and contemporary women artists and curators. In this episode, series host Katy Hessel, a London-based curator, writer and art historian, speaks with Eva Jospin, the French …
 
Today's guest is Tina Fehlandt. Tina Fehlandt was a founding member and integral part of the Mark Morris Dance Group for twenty years, performing in over 50 works choreographed by Mark Morris. With the Group she toured the world and appeared in several television specials, most notably as “Louise” in Mr. Morris’ production of The Hard Nut. In Balle…
 
Today's guest is Melanie George. Melanie is a dance educator, choreographer, scholar, and dramaturg. She is the founder and director of Jazz Is… Dance Project and an Associate Curator and Scholar-In-Residence at Jacob’s Pillow. As a dramaturg, she has contributed to projects by David Neumann & Marcella Murray, Raja Feather Kelly, Ephrat Asherie, Su…
 
Today's guest is Duke Dang. Since 2006 Duke has served as the General Manager of Works & Process, the performing arts series at the Guggenheim (NYC), where he oversees nonprofit administration and manages the logistics of the artistic programming. He and Producer Caroline Cronson collectively curate the organization’s programs and commissions that …
 
This week I try a new solo format called "Dancer reacts.." and do a commentary podcast on Jiří Kylián's "Petite Mort". Created back in '91 this work is by the choreographer who headed up Nederlands Dans Theater for two decades. I've been binge watching his back catalogue on marquee.tv/ and this piece and another piece "Bella Figura" I was really st…
 
Welcome to this 10th episode of the Dior Talks podcast ‘Feminist Art’. This series explores the connections between Creative Director of Women’s collections Maria Grazia Chiuri, and contemporary women artists and curators. In this episode, series host Katy Hessel, a London-based curator, writer and art-historian, speaks with musical artist Ioanna G…
 
Today's guest is Kathryn Alter. Kathryn a choreographer, teacher, and dancer living in New York City. She danced with the Limón Dance Company for 15 years and is currently the Associate Program Director of the Limón Professional Studies Program. She teaches the Limón Company and students of the Limón Institute, has reconstructed the works of José L…
 
This week on the podcast, I’m joined by the co-directors of Traceworks Dance, Julian Lewis and James Aiden Kay. We discuss what a lifeline online teaching has been for dance professionals as well as individuals and families. We delve into the process behind their new outdoor popup performance developed with and for communities and southeast London.…
 
This week I’m joined by a dancer operating in both Contemporary and Vogue circles, Faye Stoeser. It’s difficult to be good at more than one style, but this dancer manages to be excellent at both with her signature precision and serpentine style. We talk about Faye’s journey from studio dancer to Contemporary dance and introduction to Vogue. We disc…
 
This week on the podcast, I am joined by the tremendously talented Ben Knapper. We talk about his growth as a company dancer with BalletBoyz, learning to explore the emotional world of a dance work and tap into what we're feeling in performance. We discuss how he's taken these skills in building a character through movement into his role movement d…
 
This week on the podcast I’m joined by a dance artist and movement consultant representing Mexico and London, Mariana Lorenzano. She is the owner of the dance school, specializing in early years, Ballet North. By night she is a fierce and glittery voguer and ballroom culture activist representing House of Valentino. We discuss how teaching has chan…
 
This week on the podcast I talk to the Deepraj (Deeps) Singh. Deeps has a background in contemporary dance and street styles and is currently working with Rosie Kay Dance Company on a new production of Romeo & Juliet. Much of our discussion this week revolved around how our mindset and an awareness of mindset can support our dancing. We talk about …
 
This week I talk about my experiences becoming a father, balancing dance and daddy duties, dealing with set backs, and the ways in which social media is changing the way we dance. I want to hear from you, the people who share this podcast with me. Email me at davidsdancepodcast@gmail.com and let me know a time you struggled in your dance journey an…
 
This week I’m joined by dancer, writer, and podcaster, Rachel Elderkin. We discuss the origins of her podcast Dance Dialogues, the merits of podcasting as a medium to facilitate conversations around dance, and her approach to writing about dance. Through this we hit on a conversation about how if we can apply just as much creativity to how we talk …
 
Today's guest is Stefanie Batten Bland. Jerome Robbins awardee, Stefanie is an interdisciplinary global artist who interrogates contemporary and historical culture. She situates her work at the intersection of dance-theatre and installation. She is a 2021 commissioned artist by Baryshnikov Arts Center, Duke Performances, 2021 Toulmin Creator fellow…
 
This week I’m joined by inter-disciplinary choreographer Richard Chappell. We discuss RCD’s identity as a company rooted in the South West, and how empathy and transparency are central to the working culture that drives his work. We talk about his personal journey through dance - recognizing new directions and learning to pitch oneself authenticall…
 
This week I’m joined by dance artist Ania Straczynska. We discuss her new work “Up the Hill”, how COVID limitations led her to explore new formats for dance performance, and the value of creating experimental work at the heart of a community. Ps. There was no episode last week as I was occupied becoming a dad for the first time. More on that anothe…
 
Today's guest is Megan Williams. Megan is an independent dance artist, choreographer, teacher and repetiteur. She performed and toured internationally in the 1980’s with the companies of Laura Glenn, Ohad Naharin, and Mark Haim, among many others. In 1988, she joined the Mark Morris Dance Group, dancing for 10 years, touring worldwide, teaching, an…
 
Enjoy the Discotribe Podcast #19.Sounds like a Flashback into the early days of Electronic Music!1. Andrew Claristidge - And Now You Dance (Relecture by Cosmo Vitelli)2. Rub A Dub - Troubles In My Head (Metodi Hristov Remix)3. Mister Tenebrio feat. Golden Boy with Miss Kittin - Rippin Kittin4. Andhim - Duno (Neil Landstrumm Dream Wave Remix)5. DJ N…
 
This week I am joined by a bboy known for his dynamic and powerful style and representing Gully Squad crew from London, Gabriel Infante. We talk about breakthroughs in Gabriel’s breakin’ and where they came from, exercises that helped take his breakin’ to the next level and how to structure an effective training session to create continuous growth.…
 
Today's guest is Kimberly Bartosik. Choreographer, performer, educator, and essayist, Kimberly creates viscerally provocative, ferociously intimate choreographic projects that are built upon the development of a virtuosic movement language, rigorous conceptual explorations, and the creation of highly theatricalized environments. A member of the Mer…
 
Welcome to ‘Feminism’, the new series of ‘Dior Talks’ podcasts, hosted by Justine Picardie. ‘Dior Talks’ creates fascinating spaces for expression, exploring the imaginations and discourses of the artists and thinkers who influence Maria Grazia Chiuri. ‘Feminism’ engages in dialogue with the women who have inspired the Creative Director of Women’s …
 
This week on the podcast I’m joined by dance artist Ollie Robertson. We discuss his work with James Wilton Dance company, a contemporary floorwork company, known for their swirling, physical, and acrobatic choreography. We discuss how he found different ways to connect with each dance form, developing efficiency in his movement and learning to harn…
 
Welcome to ‘Feminism’, the new series of ‘Dior Talks’ podcasts, hosted by Justine Picardie. ‘Dior Talks’ creates fascinating spaces for expression, exploring the imaginations and discourses of the artists and thinkers who influence Maria Grazia Chiuri. ‘Feminism’ engages in dialogue with the women who have inspired the Creative Director of Women’s …
 
This week on the podcast, I am joined by dancer Sharol Mackenzie. We discuss her experience moving to the UK from Eswatini (Swaziland), how her love of the physicality of dance drove her to pursue a career in dance and recently discovering her desire to share her love of moving with others. Lastly, we discuss her work with Richard Chappell Dance on…
 
Today's guest is Deborah Damast. Deborah is Associate Professor and Program Director of Dance Education at NYU Steinhardt where in addition to teaching, she is Artistic Director of concerts, Kaleidoscope Dancers, and the Uganda study abroad program. She is also a Doctoral student at Columbia Teachers College and on faculty at Little Red Schoolhouse…
 
Welcome to ‘Feminism’, the new series of ‘Dior Talks’ podcasts, hosted by Justine Picardie. ‘Dior Talks’ creates fascinating spaces for expression, exploring the imaginations and discourses of the artists and thinkers who influence Maria Grazia Chiuri. ‘Feminism’ engages in dialogue with the women who have inspired the Creative Director of Women’s …
 
In this installment of PDD’s fall/spring series covering the Dance Now 25th anniversary season, Paul Hamilton speaks with the intrepid Jasmine Hearn, one of the commissioned artists in the March lineup! The March lineup also includes Megan Williams, Ruben Graciani, TSIAMBWOM M. AKUCHU, and Brendan Drake. During this interview, Jasmine shared: “As a…
 
This week on the podcast, I’m joined by dance artist and artistic director of her eponymous Wiltshire-based dance company, Amy Foskett. We discuss her intuitive and compositional approach to choreography, the role nature has as a source of inspiration for her work, and her new dance work on climate change Burning House. I love Amy’s primal and pres…
 
This week I am joined by choreographer, performer, and teacher Vivian Triantafyllopoulou. We discuss her process for creating her new work Greener Grass, including the role of rhythm, preparing the mind for dance work, and the benefits and trade-offs of dancing in your own work vs being an outside eye. I enjoyed discussing how Vivian find ways into…
 
Welcome to the Dior Talks series themed around the 5th edition of Dior Lady Art and hosted by Paris-based journalist Katya Foreman. For this year’s event, ten artists and collectives from around the world have participated in a game of metamorphosis by rendering the iconic Lady Dior handbag as a unique piece of art. Today’s guest, the Chinese artis…
 
*PDD listeners receive a $5 discount on tickets to the Dance Now virtual celebration of Claire Porter on Feb 25th at 7pm EST! Use code PDDCEL421 ! In this installment of PDD’s fall/spring series covering the Dance Now 25th anniversary season, Paul Hamilton speaks with Choreographer, Writer and Performer Claire Porter, who is being honored on Thursd…
 
In our previous episode, we explored the stories and experiences of two Black dance leaders, their leadership styles, how they navigate their Blackness in their workplaces, as well as ways that they advocate for their Black dancers. Today, we’re peeling back another layer, getting to know two dance leaders in dance advocacy and dance management. We…
 
This week on the podcast, I'm joined by movement artist and hip hop head Elsabet Yonas. We discuss the benefits of dance at all stages of life, learning to find cheerleaders for your dance journey, and her film work Sisterhood, recently showcased in a digital dance festival curated by The Place. We discuss how the film mixes hip hop dance with musi…
 
Today's guest is Dr. Carla Stalling Walter. Carla teaches and writes about dance, spirituality, and wellbeing. A former professor with a PhD in Dance History and Theory, she is also a Certified Somatic Psychotherapist, and a Certified Spiritual Counselor. Her company, Dance in the Spirit, LLC provides personal and corporate retreats, classes, and w…
 
Welcome to the Dior Talks series themed around the 5th edition of Dior Lady Art and hosted by Paris-based journalist Katya Foreman. For this year’s event, ten artists and collectives from around the world have participated in a game of metamorphosis by rendering the iconic Lady Dior handbag as a unique piece of art. Trans-culturalism, identity and …
 
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