How Royal Ballet dancers prepare their pointe shoes Each Season The Royal Ballet dances through thousands of shoes at a cost of over £250,000. A gift of £39 to our annual Pointe Shoes Appeal could buy one pair of pointe shoes for a Royal Ballet dancer.

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THE BALLET BODY Our Body Conditioning Specialist Paula-Baird Colt talks injury prevention and, with the help of dancers Dimity Azoury and Rudy Hawkes, demonstrates the exercises that help keep the company healthy.

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Our dancers Adam Bull, Christopher Rodgers-Wilson, Cameron Hunter and Cristiano Martino talk about the highs and lows of the profession and show off their beautiful technique. Production: The Apiary Cinematography: Marden Dean Music: Rat vs Possum – Binti Jua

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Joy Womack is an American ballet dancer. She is the first American to graduate from the Bolshoi Ballet Academy’s main training program, and the first American woman to sign a contract with the Bolshoi Ballet. ◐ Please Subscribe! http://goo.gl/4igD2N Dance Channel TV http://www.dancechanneltv.com SeeDance.com http://www.seedance.com.com The Prima Bar http://www.theprimabar.com Instagram: joy.womack

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The 42-year-old Cuban dancer discusses his life and career as he approaches his final season with the Royal Ballet.

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A fun day making up my friend Roberta Marquez, principal dancer at the Royal Ballet resulted in this dramatic, Bollywood/Arab/Classic Ballet make-up mash up! Hanging out in Roberta’s predominantly pink dressing room backstage is like being in a little girls dream….. right down to the pink TV and Audrey Hepburn videos. Hope you enjoy it […]

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You start here. Now is the time to commit to a program completely focused on helping you achieve success as a male dancer. Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet’s Male Scholarship Program gives aspiring male dancers ages 14 to 19 the extraordinary opportunity to be selected to receive a scholarship that provides TWO YEARS of uninterrupted proven […]

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Tatiana Melnik – leading soloist of the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Music Theatre

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Interview with Janet Eilber, Artistic Director Martha Graham Dance Company The Martha Graham Dance Company has been a leader in contemporary dance since 1926. Today, the Company is embracing a new programming vision that showcases masterpieces by Graham, her peers, and their successors as well as newly commissioned works by contemporary artists. With programs that […]

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En Pointe!- A ballerina’s life is spent on the tips of the toes. In this meditative mini-doco, three dancers from The Australian Ballet take us through their personal pointe-shoe prep routines and wax reflective about nurturing their feet. Produced by The Apiary for The Australian Ballet.

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Dance Channel TV meets Or Kahlon Or Kahlon has literally danced all over the world from the Netherlands to Spain to his Birthplace of Israel. Today Or has expanded his vision beyond dance alone but continues to draw from the rich foundation it gave him in his career. Many know Or from his appearance on […]

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lejandra Preciado Born in Pennsylvania Jan 10, 1997. Lived in Pennsylvania until age 2 then moved to Texas briefly to then go back to her family’s hometown Panama City where she started taking ballet and jazz class at the early age of four. She continued her dance training until age 10. Due to her parents […]

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Dance Channel TV explores the Halloween horror at the dance studios. Happy Halloween! and don’t be scared to dance!!!!

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Christopher Wheeldon takes us behind the scenes of his artistic process, and talks about how NYCB’s repertory and dancers played a crucial part in his development from NYCB soloist into world-renowned choreographer.

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Watch our latest behind the scenes video to find out how our male dancers are preparing for the highly challenging, technical performances in François Klaus’ Don Quixote. About Company: Queensland Ballet is a company that attracts leading artists and performers from around the world, drawn by its culture of creativity and collaboration, and the […]

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Lydia Zimmer, a native to Nova Scotia, Canada, graduated from Walnut Hill School in ‘07 and joined the Boston Conservatory Dance Division where she received her B.F.A. ’11 Magna Cum Laude on The Conservatory Scholarship. Lydia has trained at programs in Canada such as Canada’s National Ballet School, Royal Winnipeg Ballet School, Springboard Danse Montreal, […]

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Meet Vadim Muntagirov was born in Chelyabinsk, Russia, 21 years ago.  His parents were both professional dancers, so he and his sister naturally began lessons very early in life.  At the age of 9, he went away to Perm to begin taking his ballet seriously, eventually spending the last 3 years of his training at […]

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Anna-Marie Holmes is an internationally acclaimed dance luminary. Born in Canada, she trained with Heino Heiden, Lydia Karpova and Wynne Shaw; in London with Audrey de Vos and Errol Addison. In New York, she continued her ballet studies with Felia Doubrovska and trained in Leningrad with Natalia Dudinskaya, Alexander Pushkin and Alla Shelest of the […]

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Nikolai Tsiskaridze was born in Tbilisi, Georgia, in 1973. He began his studies at the Tbilisi ballet School in 1984 and was invited in 1987 to continue his education at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy of Moscow. This graceful, refined, diligent and dedicated young student continued to perfect his professional skills throughout his school years. A […]

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American Ballet Theatre Soloist Sarah Lane sits down with Dance Channel TV’s Stuart Brazell for an intimate conversation about her career, dance background and of course … Black Swan.

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