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Pod De Deux Episode 4: William Cannon

In our fourth episode of Pod de Deux podcast, we have a friendly chat with William Cannon, a professional contemporary dancer. He talks about his recent transition to freelance work in NYC, emerging trends in contemporary ballet, recent projects with The Metropolitan Opera and Twyla Tharp, and fond experiences working with contemporary choreographers like Christian Spuck, Cayetano Soto, and Nicolo Fonte. 44 more words

Pod De Deux Podcast Episodes

Elastic Heart Controversy

I’m here to write about Elastic Heart, and the uproar around the original music video release. But before I begin that train of thought, I’ll briefly address the fight that broke out regarding an article titled “ 1,418 more words

Modern Dance

Pod de Deux Episode 3: Ben Richards

We speak to Ben Richards in our third episode of Pod de Deux Podcast. Ben is a freelance video artist, dancer and choreographer who lives in New York City and spent three years in Montreal. 101 more words

Pod De Deux Podcast Episodes

Apollo's Girl

Film/Dance

 

 

Dance on Camera:
Can’t Get Enough of It!

This happens every year. The festival with heroic movement, big ideas, bodies on the ground, in the air, rhythm everywhere and sensory immersion. 835 more words

Culture

Fugue States, Feral Horses, and the Choreography of Flesh at EMPAC Jan.31

Over at EMPAC in Troy, New York we look forward to “media-dance” pioneer and Merce Cunningham collaborator Charles Atlas who will be in residence this spring to develop a new piece of choreography tailored for the screen. 595 more words

Dance

Modern Dance in Music Videos

Every so often a music video surfaces that makes the rounds in my dancer circles, accompanied by massive praise. “It’s so nice to see dance like this in mainstream media,” is the common platitude. 866 more words

Modern Dance

STAINED GLASS Official Dance Film Release

When we work so incredibly hard on something, there comes with it a great fear of how it will be perceived by others. If all of that work will be embraced with open arms, or rejected with harsh criticism. 498 more words

Art