Ballet Out Loud: The Podcast

While we are eagerly waiting to get back into the studios, we thought we’d take our time at home and use it to create a brand new project just for you – Ballet Idaho Out Loud: The Podcast.

 

The behind the scenes world of a ballet company is just as beautiful and exciting as the dances that are performed on stage. Every week on Tuesday mornings you can explore this landscape with Ballet Idaho’s Artistic Director Garrett Anderson and Artistic Associate Anne Mueller as your guides. You will get a glimpse into the daily lives of dancers, discover the creative process of world renowned choreographers, and learn more of why the art of dance will never cease to be relevant.

 

Listen on Anchor, Spotify, iTunes, or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts.

The First Episodes:

 

Coping in Current Times 1:
A conversation with Principal Dancer Elizabeth Barreto

Artistic Associate Anne Mueller talks with Elizabeth Barreto about her beginnings in dance, how she’s maintaining herself as a dancer in quarantine, and how she’s using her dance wear company to make a difference.

 


 

Coping in Current Times 2:
A conversation with company artist Kate Maxted

Artistic Director Garrett Anderson and company artist Kate Maxted reflect on the recent adjustments both she and Ballet Idaho have made to stay active and engaged while sheltering in place. They also explore her education in arts management, her love for the mountains, and how she’s teaching English virtually to children in China.

 


 

Dancer, Choreographer, Director: Christopher Stowell

Artistic Associate Anne Mueller interviews Christopher Stowell about his unique, dance rich upbringing and the many roles he’s inhabited throughout his successful career. Christopher was a principal dancer with San Francisco Ballet for 16 years and has worked as a director, choreographer, stager, and guest teacher all around the globe. He currently serves as Associate Artistic Director for the National Ballet of Canada.