After releasing 25 episodes in 2022 – the team are now on vacation for the summer!
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.
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On 10th July 2020 at 15:00 BST, the podcast team will be doing our first ever live stream.
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.
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.
With her career very much in full throttle, she is a dancer, choreographer, director, both movement and of photography, and she has placed herself expertly in a role that bridges art and media working with some of the world’s most famous brands
We bring you another gem of an episode this week, an “In Conversation” with the Artistic Director and CEO of Scottish Ballet, Christopher Hampson. Recorded in November 2020 during the pandemic.
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