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The Dance Podcast

Inspired by big dreams, big let downs and authentic conversations with some of North America's most successful dancers; the Dance Podcast is a series of interviews designed to inspire, share and connect dancers pursuing a career in the industry.
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Now displaying: September, 2017
Sep 27, 2017

Brad & Felicia Taylor are the Presidents of Dance Makers, Inc. a dance convention dedicated to using dance as a medium for self-exploration and love. They witness thousands of dancers and dance teachers every year - so we dig into what they notice about the community, what could elevate the dancers to an even higher level of themselves, the magical, most powerful piece of success and what they wish EVERY dance teacher knew.

Sep 20, 2017

Originally from Toronto, Anisa Tejpar is a graduate of Canada’s National Ballet School. She is now Co-Artistic Director of the dance entertainment firm Hit & Run Dance Productions for which she has choreographed works for The Rolling Stones, Ferrero Rocher, Telus, Warner Bros., Fashion Cares, M.A.C. Cosmetics, CTV, PUMA, Mobilicity, the Toronto International Film Festival, and the Golden Globe winning feature film Barney’s Version. She is also the pilot choreographer of Steven Spielberg’s “Minority Report”.

Sep 13, 2017

Justin Stadnyk has performed in major Musical Theatre productions like Kinky Boots & The Boys in the Photograph, as well as used his talents and entrepreneurial spirit to build Just Music - an editing company dedicated building a Choreographers vision. We talk about the benefits of a side hustle, the worst part about Broadway auditions, and the magical piece that will make audition experiences successful.  

Sep 6, 2017
An American dancer, who trained in Canda and has worked for years in Europe, Tilman O'Donnell is an International man of movement. From his Ballet school days to being the 'Dancer To Watch" and "Choreographer To Watch" via Ballet Tanz, Tilman shares the undeniable roadblocks that Dancers encounter mentally and physically, as well as the exercises to help break through. What is the one message every dancer NEEDS to hear? Listen now to find out!! 
 
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