The Greenwich Dance podcast where artists come together to share practice, experience and inspiration.
Talking Moves Series 4 Episode 2: Feedback & Criticism
Featuring Donald Hutera and Isaac Ouro-Gnao
Talking Moves | 15 October 2021Listen now
Talking Moves Series 4 Episode 1: Creating an Identity
Featuring Annie Hanauer and Erion Kruja.
Talking Moves | 01 October 2021Listen Now
Talking Moves Series 3 Episode 6: Making Work With Young People
Featuring Temujin Gill and Alesandra Seutin
Talking Moves | 09 July 2021Listen Now
Designed for dance professionals, we put artists centre stage, upfront, in the spotlight, at the microphone so they can talk about the ideas and issues that move them.
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Our First Episode
We released our first episode in October 2020, shortly before the UK entered its second lockdown. We spoke to artists John Darvell and Emma Houston about how they had survived the first lockdown. We were surprised to discover that Emma had contracted the virus and was slowly getting themselves back to physical fitness. And John told us about his hope that the pandemic would change the way people worked together in future.
Featured Guest: Avatâra Ayuso
Avatâra Ayuso is a choreographer, Artistic Director of Ava Dance Company, a cultural leader and activist in the dance world. We spoke to her and choreographer Anna Williams about Women and Dance. Within an overwhelmingly female profession, it still feels largely led by men, particularly in creative and managerial roles. How has this come about and most importantly… what can we do about it?