MCB’s FAVORITE PODCASTS

 

Here are some of MCB’s favorite podcasts, recommended by MCB dancers and staff. They’re a selection of dance-related podcasts, plus some news, humor and cultural conversation.

What are your favorite podcasts? We’d love you to let us know. Tell us at marketing@miamicityballet.org and we’ll add them to the list!



Conversations on Dance

Recommended by Tricia Albertson, Principal and Lauren Fadeley, Principal Soloist  – but everyone at MCB listens to Conversations on Dance! Weekly chats with the dance world’s best and brightest, hosted by former MCB dancers Rebecca King Ferraro and Michael Sean Breeden.

Listen here.

 

Get Psyched for Sports with Dr Patrick J Cohn

A sports psychology, mental toughness and mental training podcast with the aim of helping athletes, coaches and sports parents reach peak performance. Recommended by Samatha Galler, Soloist: It’s interesting to hear mental health strategies with different types of athletes in mind to boost performance and confidence.

Listen here.

 

5, 6, 7, Eight

A series of interviews hosted by Aleksandra Efimovaor people who are interested in dance, yoga, gyro-tonics, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and more.

Listen here.

We recommend the following episodes featuring MCB members:

Ariel Rose, dancer and choreographer
Tania Castroverde Moskalenko, Executive Director
Kathryn Morgan, Soloist

 

The Dance Edit 

Dance Media’s new podcast; a 15-minute weekly catch up and breakdown about all the important dance news from around the USA and internationally. 

Listen here.

 

Modern Love

Recommended by Tricia Albertson, Principal: Modern Love is a podcast of essays being read by well known actors and actresses about all different versions of love, some inspiring, some heartbreaking, some completely unpredictable. A wonderful connection with humanity. 

Listen here.

 

The Dance Docs 

The Mission of the Dance Docs is to help bridge the gap between the artistic and dance medicine communities.  Whether you are a health-conscious dancer, a teacher, a dance medicine professional or anyone in between The Dance Docs wants to inspire, educate and fuel your dance journey. Through our multiple segments we aim to answer your questions on all things dance medicine with insightful advice and cutting edge research from leading professionals. The hosts include our very own company physical therapist, Kathleen Bower. 

Listen here.

 

Armchair Expert

Recommended by Meghan Monteiro, Manager of Development & Community Engagement:  Dax Shepard is endlessly fascinated by the messiness of being human. He celebrates the challenges and setbacks that ultimately lead to growth and betterment.

Listen here.

 

Dance and Stuff

This is one of the most substantive dance podcasts out there. They get into deeper conversations about artistic theory and practice that are really illuminating, and it’s also hilarious. It is hosted by performance artist Jack Ferver and Reid Bartelme who is the costume designer for most of Justin Peck’s works including Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes and they both really know what they are talking about.

Listen here.

 

Pop Culture Happy Hour

A group of NPR critics, journalists and guests in a fun and freewheeling chat about the latest movies, television, books, and music.

Listen here.

 

Office Ladies

Recommended by Mike Sebesto, Company Manager: If you’re a fan of The Office TV show I highly recommend this podcast. Jenna Fischer (Pam) and Angela Kinsey (Angela) re-watch the series and talk about deleted scenes, behind the scenes facts, filming, etc. It’s fairly new so easy to catch up on. 

Listen here.

 

What A Day

A daily 15 minute news podcast that cuts through all the chaos and crimes to help you understand what matters and how you can fix it.

Listen here.

 

Keep It!

The hosts are joined by comedians, journalists, actors, musicians, activists, politicians and more to discuss the latest ways pop culture and entertainment are intersecting with politics and society.

Listen here.

 

 


What are your favorite podcasts? We’d love you to let us know. Tell us at marketing@miamicityballet.org and we’ll add them to the list!

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