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This is a podcast all about dancers, and the world of dance! Dance moms, Dance dads, dancers, judges, professional dancers, and more! There will be so much dance content for you to come back for every week! Dani has 24 years of experience in the dance world, as a dance mom and dance photographer. Her daughters both teach dance and her son is a competitive dancer currently.
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Welcome to Dance Talk NYC!! This is a podcast to speak and guve information on New York hip-hop and urban dance culture. From events,battles,programs and more. I will be focusing heavily on what we do here in NY. Join me!
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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 ...
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Music & Dance: Musicians, Composers, Singers, Dancers, Choreographers, Performers Talk Art, Creativity & 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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Dancers' own podcast! You have found the right place - the podcast where we get exclusive conversations with dance artists from all over there world in different styles: Kizomba, Hip-Hop, Dancehall, Bachata, Azonto, House, Bonebreaking, Litefeet, Salsa, Brazilian Zouk, Locking, Popping - just to mention a few! Listen to hear their incredible journies from the humans behind the artist, learn from their experiences and challenges, and much more. Your host, T-zer, interviews everyone from artis ...
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DOWNTIME features a series of interviews with dance artists and arts leaders about how they work, what it is that drives them, and whether their purpose has changed in response to the challenges of the past couple of years. It is hosted by internationally respected dramaturg Lou Cope, who spearheaded The Centre of Applied Dramaturgy (CoAD). CoAD seeks to make the value of dramaturgical practice clear, embed it into organisations – artistic and otherwise, and develop its reach – both in terms ...
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In this podcast, artists talk about how they got into music, their current songs and future projects. They introduce their favorite bands and present their musical equipment. You can find a video to this podcast on YouTube. Search for "Summer Dance Project". Summer Dance Project is a music project based in Hannover, Germany. Our Website: www.summerdanceproject.de All links: https://linktr.ee/summerdanceproject Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/summerdanceproject/s ...
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This week Melanie Durham will be helping me out by doing an episode all on her own. This episode is kind of an ending the dance season on a high note episode. It is for Dancers, Dance teachers, Dance parents and Dance studio owners. Do not miss out on Melanies expertise in dance and let her help you end this season on a high note A dance podcast al…
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"So in our projects, part of the creative process is learning how to interact with other disciplines. It’s not something academia in general does. I happen to be a saxophone player. In something like music, the richness comes from different instruments—their shortcomings and advantages combined together. My hope is that's what we end up doing in th…
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“When you're playing music with a group of people, there are those special moments when it all works, and you're in the groove. As soon as you begin to think about it, you lose it because you've introduced thought, and it's trying to take over. There's something at a lower level, a different level altogether, where all that is happening and working…
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How does the brain process emotions? How are emotional memories formed and stored in the brain, and how do they influence behavior, perception, and decision-making? How does music help us understand our emotions, memories, and the nature of consciousness? Joseph LeDoux is a Professor of Neural Science at New York University at NYU and was Director …
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Environmentalists, writers, artists, activists, and public policy makers explore the interconnectedness of living beings and ecosystems. They highlight the importance of conservation, promote climate education, advocate for sustainable development, and underscore the vital role of creative and educational communities in driving positive change. 00:…
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“As technology becomes more dominant, the arts become ever more important for us to stay in touch the things that the sciences can't tackle. What it's actually like to be a person? What's actually important? We can have this endless progress inside this capitalist machine for greater wealth and longer life and more happiness, according to some metr…
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How is being an artist different than a machine that is programmed to perform a set of actions? How can we stop thinking about artworks as objects, and start thinking about them as triggers for experiences? In this conversation with Max Cooper, we discuss the beauty and chaos of nature and the exploration of technology music and consciousness. Max …
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"S. E. Hinton, Susie Hinton wrote The Outsiders when she was 15 and 16. It was published when she was 17. She was told by one editor in particular that she couldn't have any swear words, so she was sort of forced to write about these very big, intense, love-and-death operatic themes where there's a boy who dies by suicide by cop. There's a boy who …
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What role do the families we’re born into or the traumas we experience shape the people we become? Do good deeds offset bad deeds? How can the arts increase our capacity for empathy, understanding, and kindness? Dan Futterman is creator, executive producer, and writer of Amazon Prime's American Rust, the acclaimed crime drama starring Jeff Daniels,…
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What will happen when Artificial General Intelligence arrives? What is the nature of consciousness? How are music and creativity pathways for reconnecting us to our humanity and the natural world? Dustin O’Halloran is a pianist and composer and member of the band A Winged Victory for the Sullen. Winner of a 2015 Emmy Award for his main title theme …
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Dustin O’Halloran is a pianist and composer and member of the band A Winged Victory for the Sullen. Winner of a 2015 Emmy Award for his main title theme to Amazon's comedy drama Transparent, he was also nominated for an Oscar, a Golden Globe, and a BAFTA for his score for Lion, written in collaboration with Volker Bertelmann (aka Hauschka). He has …
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"I love Bernstein's excitement in talking about how he says, for Beethoven, was he the best harmonist? No. Was it his orchestral abilities? Absolutely not. It was just that each note that he chose was exactly the right note to follow the note that proceeded it as if he had 'a private telephone wire to Heaven' and that he was channeling the note tha…
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What is the true meaning of the pursuit of happiness? What can we learn from the Founding Fathers about achieving harmony, balance, tranquility, self-mastery, and pursuing the public good? Jeffrey Rosen is President and CEO of the National Constitution Center, where he hosts We the People, a weekly podcast of constitutional debate. He is also a pro…
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"For years, people spoke about how awkward or embarrassing it was to perform the intimate content. And what they're speaking about is feeling horrible. If something's awkward, that squirm, that ring in the body, it feels embarrassing. That's actually an emotion that is not professional. That is not allowing the actor to stay feeling listened to, he…
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How can intimate scenes be brought to the screen in ways that respect the emotional well-being and privacy of the artists themselves? How do we make sure that we can create a story about abuse without anyone being abused in the process? Ita O’Brien is the UK’s leading Intimacy Coordinator, founder of Intimacy on Set (and author of the Intimacy On S…
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Competitions are lacking when it comes to healthy options for our dancers and spectators. Please hear our cry for better choices. Join me as I discuss what some people are doing to keep their kids healthy. A dance podcast all about everything dance. Dancers,parents, studio owners, judges all weigh in on their opinions of the dance world.…
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"When I did my show Positive Me, we were in the middle of a horrible crisis. The AIDS crisis was very real to me and my friends and not real to the people that I knew from New Jersey. They thought it was government hype. They didn't believe in it. And so I couldn't even fathom that. And I had taken a class with Elizabeth Swados about writing satire…
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How can the arts help us examine and engage with social issues? How do our families shape our views, memories, and experience of the world? From her role as Dr. Lisa Cuddy on the hit Fox series House, to her starring role as Abby McCarthy in Bravo's first scripted series Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce, Lisa Edelstein's range of roles are as diverse …
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“When I was younger, I used to draw all the time, so cartoons, comic books, anything visual just got me really quickly when I was younger. And I wanted to be a cartoonist up until I was 14, 15. And then I had this idea to be a rapper, but animation cartoons, these were things that I was super passionate about. It's something that never changed thro…
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What does the future hold for our late-stage capitalist society with mega-corporations owning and controlling everything? How can the world-building skills of the makers of films and comics help us imagine a better future? Kyle Higgins is an Eisner award-nominated #1 New York Times best-selling comic book author and award-winning filmmaker known fo…
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"Climate change gives us a chance to re-imagine the world in a way that every single human being can participate in. And so whether you're in a remote part of the United States or some other country, when you learn about climate change, it shouldn't just be the science. It should be the opportunity." –Kathleen Rogers Excerpts of interviews from One…
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“The natural world has its own sonic language. Its own fingerprints. And that's one of the beautiful things about being out here. There is another acoustic environment, another sort of sonic fingerprint, and it is always changing. Every day is a sort of a different sound picture. I walk out the door and you do hear it changing over time. The leaves…
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I am so excited to welcome one of my favorite people Mrs. Charity Anderson (Reid) to the podcast this week. I have known Charity for many years and to say she is just as nice and humble as she is a great dancer is an understatement. Charity Anderson takes us on her journey of Dance and talks about the World of Dance and what it is Like being on tou…
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"My most formative TV experience having been Six Feet Under, I tend to want to take a rather conservative approach to score, in that if a scene works brilliantly without music, why do you need music? And that score, especially, is usually there to provide an element that you're not getting fully from the dry–when there's no score, we call it dry. S…
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What does learning another language and living in another culture do for your humanity and creative process? Alan Poul is an Emmy, Golden Globe, DGA, and Peabody Award-winning producer and director of film and television. He is Executive Producer and Director on the Max Original drama series Tokyo Vice, written by Tony Award-winning playwright J.T.…
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This topic is so needed. Every dance studio has issues with this, which is why I will not say names etc. of my guests. We as Parents, dance teachers, Dance studio owners, etc. Need to be aware of what is going on and try to find a solution instead of adding to the problem. I have chosen to leave the names of people off for privacy and because I do …
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