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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Gala of the Stars 2015

◐ Please Subscribe! http://goo.gl/4igD2N  Gala of the Stars 2015 Festival Ballet Theatre’s annually sold-out Annual Gala of the Stars showcases internationally revered guest artists from the world’s most prestigious dance companies, along with FBT’s accomplished resident company. Celebrating more than 25 years of artistic excellence, Festival Ballet Theatre simultaneously attracts the best in professional dance to […]

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Choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, Designer Richard Hudson and Music Director David Briskin take you behind the scenes during the creation of Romeo and Juliet.

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In June 1934 Maya Plisetskaya was admitted to the Moscow Ballet School.Years of study have fallen on hard times: the father and mother Plisetskaya were persecuted, and then the war started and Maya with her mother, who returned from prison, he had to go to the evacuation. Unique data young ballerina – a big step, […]

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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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Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake – The Kirov Ballet – In this production of the best loved classical ballet ‘Swan Lake’ the naturally gifted Yulia Makhalina dances the challenging role of Odette/Odile while the part of Prince Siegfried is danced by Igor Zelensky. This classic Kirov production includes the familiar happy ending in the final act where […]

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Set in Iran, this powerful and unbelievable true story follows the brave ambition of Afshin Ghaffarian. During the volatile climate of the 2009 presidential election, where many cultural freedoms were threatened, Afshin and some friends risk their lives and form an underground dance company. Through banned online videos, they […]

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Caroline Sicard – Non-commercial Supplementary dance reel 2011.
 This is a dance reel I created for my wife Caroline Sicard. She is a professional classically trained dancer. She worked with the National Ballet of Canada, Les Grands Ballet Canadiens de Montreal, Desrosier Dance Theatre and she was part of the original cast in the Belgium […]

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A mini documentary about Los Angeles based performing artiste Olga Sokolova. On a chilly, dark morning in 2004, Olga stared out the back window of a taxi bearing her to the airport. Her mother, Irina, stood beneath a flickering streetlight with tears in her eyes, blessing the naive and innocent Olga for the long journey […]

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MAKING OF GISELLE with Staatsballett Berlin, Polina semionova, Patrice Bart und Nacho Duato geben Euch einen phantastischen Einblick in ihre Arbeit an der Wiederaufnahme von „Giselle”. Dank an Friedrich und Freunde!

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Amazing Latin Dance! – An amazing salsa-style dance from a wedding reception in 2007. The dancers and Alien Ramirez and Alex Da Silva, a choreographer from the TV show ‘So You Think You Can Dance’. They obviously can!

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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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Gala of the Stars 2014: Festival Ballet Theatre simultaneously attracts the best in professional dance to its home base while sending its own dancers out as artistic ambassadors to the world. FBT’s annual Gala of the Stars showcases internationally revered guest artists from prestigious dance companies throughout the world, FBT’s accomplished resident company dancers along […]

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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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Flamenco dance with Juan Talavera

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Flamenco at El Cid – 50 years of Flamenco Dance in Los Angeles. Join them every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening for El Cid’s signature Spanish Flamenco Dinner show.

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Widely considered the best male dancer in the country -- if not, one of the best in Canadian history --Guillaume Cote now is in his prime -- tackling performances that will define his career. 16x9 was granted rare, behind the scenes access as Guillaume took on one of his most difficult roles to date.

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Aurélie Dupont and Manuel Legris in 3rd Abandon pas de deux from Angelin Preljocaj "Le Parc".

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Natalia Makarova & Ulyana Lopatkina On 24 November 2010 to mark Natalia Makarova’s jubilee, there was a performance of Swan Lake at the Mariinsky Theatre. The celebrated ballerina visited her native city with her husband in order not merely to take part in this historic event, but also to attend the rehearsal the day before […]

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