Meet Vladimir Kolesnikov: From Mariinsky Principal to Respected Teacher

Meet Vladimir Kolesnikov, a former principal dancer with the Kirov Ballet . Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, and trained at the famed Vaganova Ballet Academy, Vlad worked for the Kirov Ballet for over twenty years. In this very personal and candid interview, Vlad opens up to Dance Channel TV about his years […]

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Meet Anna-Marie Holmes

Meet Anna-Marie Holmes from Dance Channel TV. Like this? Watch the latest episode of Dance Channel TV http://www.dancechanneltv.com/meet-anna-marie-holmes/ 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 […]

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“Becoming Juliet” with Irina Dvorovenko

Star ballerina of ABT Irina Dvorovenko shares with Dance Channel TV her process of creating the role of Juliet.

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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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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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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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After an impressive dance career, Jamie Nichols turned her energies to producing dance shows that create a greater sense of community in the Los Angeles dance scene.

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In 1960, Patricia Neary was hand-picked by George Balanchine to be a dancer in New York City Ballet. After a truly exceptional career as one of Balanchine’s muses, Pat embarked on a new chapter in her life.

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With over 40 millions views all over the world, Dejan Tubic is becoming the most watched Choreographer on-line. Aside from hison-line achievements, Dejan is also a working dancer and choreographer in the industry. He was last seen on MTV’sThe Electric Barbarella, working all season long as their choreographer. Recently, Dejan was hired with his partner […]

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Meet Kelli Berglund dancer actress and singer Kelli Berglund to maximize her many skill sets including acting and dancing to play with her team mates in this dynamic action adventure TV series. Kelli gets to “play to her strengths” says Howard Meltzer, Casting Director, showing her lively natural comedy delivery and vivacious personality. “MY DANCE […]

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Meet Vladimir Kolesnikov, a former principal dancer with the Kirov Ballet . Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, and trained at the famed Vaganova Ballet Academy, Vlad worked for the Kirov Ballet for over twenty years. In this very personal and candid interview, Vlad opens up to Dance Channel TV about his years […]

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Defecting to dance in America: The life of a ballet dancer is never an easy one; defecting to a country where you don’t speak the language with a dream to dance makes it almost impossible. Dance Channel TV speaks with Armenian-born ballet dancer David Hovhannisyan, who as a teenage company member on tour in the […]

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In 2009, the Youth America Grand Prix held a gala concert in tribute to Peter Pestov, a legendary teacher whose illustrious students are some of the world?s best dancers and accomplished artistic directors, including Vladimir Malakhov, Nikolai Tsiskaridze, Yuri Possokhov, Sascha Radetsky, Gennadi Saveliev, Yuri Burlaka and Alexei Ratmansky. Known to many as ?Peter the […]

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In 1960, Patricia Neary was hand-picked by George Balanchine to be a dancer in New York City Ballet. During the course of her career Mr.B created two roles just for her: Rubies and Variations, and she would perform almost every ballerina role in the Balanchine repetoire. For the first time, Ms. Neary sits down on-camera […]

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