This is the final episode in the current season, and it is the audio recording of the livestream we did on Sunday 10th July. If you were unable to watch along, you can enjoy this episode and hear everything from that livestream, complete with us pianists playing ballet exercises for you.
From New Zealand originally, she has worked and lived in Australia, the USA and Canada, starting off her career in a punk rock band, worked with Crowded House and Limbs Dance company, and playing for ballet classes throughout Australia, the USA, and Canada.
Today’s episode is the second instalment of the TEN COMMANDMENTS, and it’s the turn of the commandments for dancers and teachers as told by us pianists.
This week’s new episode is a funny one with all the team members, and we’re talking about some do’s and don’ts of the ballet studio in an episode we’re calling THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. It’s a very light hearted episode with some sincere sentiment, that we feel would make the studio more harmonious, if followed.
Thursday can only mean one thing, and it’s a brand new Ballet Piano Podcast. This week it comes in the form of an In Conversation with a current dancer of Sarasota Ballet, Andrea Marcelletti.
We have a fantastically funny episode for you today, with a rather tongue-in-cheek title. In previous episodes, we have talked about introductions and what we need to get the exercise going, but what about our needs for the exercise coming to an end?
Lori was a former dancer having trained at The Royal Ballet School, and in this episode we talk to him about his journey form stage, to dancers’ clinic, and how he uses his dance science knowledge and experience to help him in his other job as a ballet teaching.
Traditionally speaking, ballet is a physical art form, and a discipline, and over the centuries, how dancers, teachers, and pianists behave in the studio has evolved.
We discuss in this episode what we think are the most important aspects of studio etiquette that enhance the art form.
John has the most amazing career in dance accompaniment and silent movies, and we well and truly put the spotlight on him to find out about his life and career, from a person, who on the surface is rather understated.
It’s quite a niche topic within our industry, but it’s quite important and this episode is particularly insightful.
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