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February 2011

Livestream, Donald Byrd at Guggenheim’s Works & Process

We recently did an interview in Seattle with Spectrum Dance Theater’s Artistic Director and choreographer Donald Byrd (coming in Season 2). He had a lot of interesting things to say (see excerpt video below the fold). Tonight his company is performing and he’s talking with Works & Process for their sold out show. Recently Works and Process has begun livestreaming their sold out shows online via Ustream. We were able to catch their last one with Pacific Northwest Ballet and enjoyed it. We hope they continue this!

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Video: Maria Kowroski

The Evolution of an Artist Season 2: Episode 2 | 18:24 New York City Ballet principal ballerina Maria Kowroski speaks about the pros and cons of being tall, the advantages of having choreographers create on you, and shares thoughts on personal struggle and inspiration.

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Ballet Black dancer Damien Johnson photos by The Ballet Bag

20 Questions with Damien Johnson

Editor’s note: A special thanks to The Ballet Bag (@theballetbag) for tracking down Damien Johnson and conducting DancePulp’s ongoing 20 question interview with him. In The Ballet Bag’s previous guest post, they discuss ballet’s crossover to other artforms, particularly pop music. Damien Johnson is a dancer with Ballet Black in…

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Dance on Camera: Angles for Consideration

Each year, Dance Film Association, in partnership with The Film Society of Lincoln Center compiles a diverse and colorful selection of films to present at their Dance on Camera festival. This year (the 39th for DFA) was no different at participating New York City venues Baryshnikov Arts Center, Lincoln Center, Big Screen Project and the Beacon School.  Dance on Camera offered film screenings, photo installations, lectures and exhibitions during from January 25 thru February 1.

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