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Margaret Mullin

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Beyond the Barre shares insights and stories of the real people behind this incredible art form. This show is for anyone with a love of dance.

Latest Episodes

23 - Lindsi Dec and Karel Cruz

On this week’s episode (recorded May 20th 2020) -- husband and wife power couple Lindsi Dec and Karel Cruz, current and former principal dancers at Pacific Northwest Ballet! Join us for this light-hearted, inspiring conversation full of wisdom (plus lots of laughs) from two seasoned professionals and long-time audience favorites at PNB, and hear Lindsi and Karel talk with Margaret about: Lindsi’s path from “competition studio kid” to principal dancer at a major company, and how the challenges she faced in returning to the stage as a new mother reaffirmed her love of dance; Karel’s incredible journey from Cuba to PNB – and how he persevered when he had to go from being a principal back to a student overnight when he first came to the States; Their working relationship and how they help each other grow; Some surprising insights about what their biggest struggles have been and how they overcame them; The validity of the dance college route as a viable path to a career (Karel is on faculty at University of Oklahoma’s dance program, and who wouldn’t want to be coached by him every day?) Lindsi and Karel also answer some questions which you, our listeners, sent in! --- For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode-23-lindsi-and-karel Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Lindsi Dec and Karel Cruz: www.lindsiandkarel.com www.wearsolu.com https://www.instagram.com/lindsiandkarel https://www.instagram.com/wearsolu/ https://www.instagram.com/besolu_ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

70 MIN5 d ago
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23 - Lindsi Dec and Karel Cruz

22 - Jess Spinner, founder of The Whole Dancer

On this week’s episode (recorded May 27th 2020), we welcome Jess Spinner, former professional ballet dancer turned Health Coach and founder of The Whole Dancer. She supports dancers in reaching their body goals through one on one coaching and her online course, The Dancers' Best Body Program. Tune in to hear Margaret and Jess discuss: · The concept of “bioindividuality” and the dangers of a “one-diet-fits-all” approach to nutrition · Audition season tips and how adopting more of a “business mentality” can help you manage stress and improve your performance · The benefits of being less negative and critical of others and of yourself, and how you can retrain yourself to maintain this better attitude and improved internal monologue As we look ahead to (hopefully soon!) getting back into the studio to continue pursuing whatever our individual dancing goals may be, it’s a comfort to know that resources like Jess and The Whole Dancer are now available like never before to dancers who want to improve their mental and physical resilience, better their self-talk, and reach their fullest potential as artists and people. --- For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode-22-the-whole-dancer Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Jess Spinner and The Whole Dancer: https://www.thewholedancer.com/ https://www.instagram.com/thewholedancer Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

80 MIN1 w ago
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22 - Jess Spinner, founder of The Whole Dancer

21 - Tamisha Guy

On this week’s episode, recorded April 21st 2020, we are pleased to welcome Tamisha Guy. Tamisha is a native of Trinidad and Tobago, and came with her family to the United States when she was eight years old. She was named one of Dance Europe’s Best Dancers of the Year in 2017, was featured in the segment “Spotlight on Success” in Dance Informa Magazine, and in 2016 she made Dance Magazine’ Top 25 To Watch list as well as winning the 2016 Princess Grace Award. Tamisha has danced for the Martha Graham Dance Company and is currently a member of Kyle Abraham’s company Abraham In Motion. She is one of the most exciting, acclaimed contemporary dancers working today and we are so excited to have her on the show to talk about: Why she took a gap year before going to SUNY Purchase (and how she used her time away from dance) The importance of managing your personal finances and not getting bogged down by the “starving artist mentality” The joys of collaborating with choreographers to create meaningful, fulfilling work --- For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode-21-tamisha-guy Tamisha Guy: https://www.tamishaguy.com/ https://www.instagram.com/tamishaguy Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

61 MIN2 w ago
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21 - Tamisha Guy

20 - Kathleen McGuire Gaines, Founder of Minding the Gap

On this week’s episode (recorded May 5th, 2020), we’re pleased to welcome Kathleen McGuire Gaines—former dancer, and since 2014 a contributing writer to Dance Magazine. Over the last 10 years, Kathleen has written more than 100 articles on dance for Dance Magazine, Pointe, Dance Spirit, and Dance Teacher magazines, including Why are we still so bad at addressing dancers' mental health, which went viral in 2017. Kathleen is the founder of Minding the Gap, whose mission it is to disrupt dancer culture to value the importance of mental health through advocacy, research, and eventually, resources and solutions. Her ambition is to enact a movement which results in mental health being regarded with the same seriousness as physical health in dance culture. Join us for this latest in an ongoing series on dancer mental health and hear Margaret and Kathleen discuss, among other topics: the results of a survey on dancer's top mental health concerns (eating disorders aren't even in the top three!) why it's in the dance world's best interest to change its culture around mental health for the better, including some interesting statistics about just who it is that makes up the majority of dance audiences ways that dance companies and management can better serve their artists' mental health needs without breaking their budgets --- For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode-20-mcguire-gaines Follow Kathleen McGuire Gaines and Minding the Gap: https://www.instagram.com/we.are.minding Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

67 MIN3 w ago
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20 - Kathleen McGuire Gaines, Founder of Minding the Gap

19 - Theresa Ruth Howard calls the ballet world to action for diversity

I am pleased to welcome Theresa Ruth Howard back to the show for the fourth time and thank her for her contribution during this time. Ms. Howard is a DEI expert, working closely with ballet companies nationally and internationally to make the future of ballet a more equitable one. She has dedicated many years of her life to this work and always speaks directly from her heart. Theresa is the founder and curator of the Memoirs of Blacks in Ballet and is a contributing editor for Dance Magazine. --- For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode19-theresa-ruth-howard Theresa Ruth Howard: https://www.instagram.com/mybodymyimage https://www.instagram.com/mobballet Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

91 MINJUN 11
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19 - Theresa Ruth Howard calls the ballet world to action for diversity

18 - Josh Spell: Mental Health and Self-Discovery During Crisis

On this week’s episode, join us for another discussion about dancer mental health with Josh Spell—former dancer (Pacific Northwest Ballet and Kansas City Ballet), licensed social worker, and Primary Therapist with Opal Food + Body Wisdom in Seattle, WA. As we tackle another week of learning to navigate this “new normal” of the world in varying stages of lockdown, Margaret invites Josh onto the show as a professional in the field of mental health to shares some wisdom about: · ways of looking at one’s at-home dance class and fitness regimens that avoid guilt and shame (hint: you’re not a bad person if you don’t feel like taking class today…) · how we can stay centered using the “art of non-productivity” · how to be at peace with your body as it changes · how to open yourself up to the possibility of self-discovery by acknowledging pain, rather than resisting it · finding ways to “cross-train” our brain and take care of our mental health, just as we strengthen the other muscles of our body --- For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode-18-josh-spell Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

73 MINMAY 27
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18 - Josh Spell: Mental Health and Self-Discovery During Crisis

17 - Zippora Karz: Coping during COVID-19

On this week’s episode, we welcome back Zippora Karz, former soloist with the New York City Ballet, who offers some advice to dancers on navigating the stress and uncertainty of quarantine and COVID-19. Maggie and Zippora discuss ways dancers can take care of the things that are in their control during this time in order to best support their health--both physical and psychological--without slipping into obsessive thought patterns. For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode-17-zippora-karz Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Follow Zippora Karz: https://zipporakarz.com/ https://www.instagram.com/zipporakarz/ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

74 MINMAY 21
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17 - Zippora Karz: Coping during COVID-19

16 - Zippora Karz

In this episode of Beyond the Barre, host Margaret Mullin introduces her mentor and soon to be regular guest Zippora Karz! Zippora is a former New York City Ballet Soloist turned author, teacher and motivational speaker. Author of The Sugarless Plum and Ballerina Dreams, she is a spokesperson and educator for major diabetes conferences and organizations worldwide. Zippora serves as a teacher and repetiteur for the George Balanchine Trust and is a guest faculty member for the Colburn Dance Academy and the University of Southern California Glorya Kaufman School of Dance. Get to know Zippora in this first of many episodes to come! For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/zippora-karz Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Follow Zippora Karz: https://zipporakarz.com/ https://www.instagram.com/zipporakarz/ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

81 MINMAY 13
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16 - Zippora Karz

15 ~ Ana Maria Lucaciu

In this episode of Beyond the Barre, Margaret Mullin speaks with freelance choreographer and performing artist Ana Maria Lucaciu. They discuss her dance journey, from how she discovered her love for contemporary movement and dance, as well as what she has learned from working alongside some of the worlds most prolific contemporary choreographers.

77 MINAPR 11
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15 ~ Ana Maria Lucaciu

14 - In Conversation with Christopher Hernandez

In thisepisode ofBeyond the Barre, Margaret Mullin speaks with dancer Christopher Hernandez. A Miami native with a BFA from the Conservatory of Dance, he has had a diverse and exciting career, including time spent performing with Ballet Hispanico, Sleep No More, and the cast of Broadway’s ON YOUR FEET! Christopher was a performer in Lincoln Center’s great American Dance series featuring Ballet Hispanico which premiered internationally in theatres in 2016, and on television as part of PBS’s Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration in 2017. He has been seen dancing alongside recording artists such as Ricky Martin, Daddy Yankee, and Marc Anthony in televised performances and concerts. Christopher most recentlyfinished touring internationally with Kidd Pivot, led by Director and Choreographer Crystal Pite.

98 MIN2019 MAY 10
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14 - In Conversation with Christopher Hernandez

Latest Episodes

23 - Lindsi Dec and Karel Cruz

On this week’s episode (recorded May 20th 2020) -- husband and wife power couple Lindsi Dec and Karel Cruz, current and former principal dancers at Pacific Northwest Ballet! Join us for this light-hearted, inspiring conversation full of wisdom (plus lots of laughs) from two seasoned professionals and long-time audience favorites at PNB, and hear Lindsi and Karel talk with Margaret about: Lindsi’s path from “competition studio kid” to principal dancer at a major company, and how the challenges she faced in returning to the stage as a new mother reaffirmed her love of dance; Karel’s incredible journey from Cuba to PNB – and how he persevered when he had to go from being a principal back to a student overnight when he first came to the States; Their working relationship and how they help each other grow; Some surprising insights about what their biggest struggles have been and how they overcame them; The validity of the dance college route as a viable path to a career (Karel is on faculty at University of Oklahoma’s dance program, and who wouldn’t want to be coached by him every day?) Lindsi and Karel also answer some questions which you, our listeners, sent in! --- For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode-23-lindsi-and-karel Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Lindsi Dec and Karel Cruz: www.lindsiandkarel.com www.wearsolu.com https://www.instagram.com/lindsiandkarel https://www.instagram.com/wearsolu/ https://www.instagram.com/besolu_ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

70 MIN5 d ago
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23 - Lindsi Dec and Karel Cruz

22 - Jess Spinner, founder of The Whole Dancer

On this week’s episode (recorded May 27th 2020), we welcome Jess Spinner, former professional ballet dancer turned Health Coach and founder of The Whole Dancer. She supports dancers in reaching their body goals through one on one coaching and her online course, The Dancers' Best Body Program. Tune in to hear Margaret and Jess discuss: · The concept of “bioindividuality” and the dangers of a “one-diet-fits-all” approach to nutrition · Audition season tips and how adopting more of a “business mentality” can help you manage stress and improve your performance · The benefits of being less negative and critical of others and of yourself, and how you can retrain yourself to maintain this better attitude and improved internal monologue As we look ahead to (hopefully soon!) getting back into the studio to continue pursuing whatever our individual dancing goals may be, it’s a comfort to know that resources like Jess and The Whole Dancer are now available like never before to dancers who want to improve their mental and physical resilience, better their self-talk, and reach their fullest potential as artists and people. --- For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode-22-the-whole-dancer Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Jess Spinner and The Whole Dancer: https://www.thewholedancer.com/ https://www.instagram.com/thewholedancer Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

80 MIN1 w ago
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22 - Jess Spinner, founder of The Whole Dancer

21 - Tamisha Guy

On this week’s episode, recorded April 21st 2020, we are pleased to welcome Tamisha Guy. Tamisha is a native of Trinidad and Tobago, and came with her family to the United States when she was eight years old. She was named one of Dance Europe’s Best Dancers of the Year in 2017, was featured in the segment “Spotlight on Success” in Dance Informa Magazine, and in 2016 she made Dance Magazine’ Top 25 To Watch list as well as winning the 2016 Princess Grace Award. Tamisha has danced for the Martha Graham Dance Company and is currently a member of Kyle Abraham’s company Abraham In Motion. She is one of the most exciting, acclaimed contemporary dancers working today and we are so excited to have her on the show to talk about: Why she took a gap year before going to SUNY Purchase (and how she used her time away from dance) The importance of managing your personal finances and not getting bogged down by the “starving artist mentality” The joys of collaborating with choreographers to create meaningful, fulfilling work --- For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode-21-tamisha-guy Tamisha Guy: https://www.tamishaguy.com/ https://www.instagram.com/tamishaguy Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

61 MIN2 w ago
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21 - Tamisha Guy

20 - Kathleen McGuire Gaines, Founder of Minding the Gap

On this week’s episode (recorded May 5th, 2020), we’re pleased to welcome Kathleen McGuire Gaines—former dancer, and since 2014 a contributing writer to Dance Magazine. Over the last 10 years, Kathleen has written more than 100 articles on dance for Dance Magazine, Pointe, Dance Spirit, and Dance Teacher magazines, including Why are we still so bad at addressing dancers' mental health, which went viral in 2017. Kathleen is the founder of Minding the Gap, whose mission it is to disrupt dancer culture to value the importance of mental health through advocacy, research, and eventually, resources and solutions. Her ambition is to enact a movement which results in mental health being regarded with the same seriousness as physical health in dance culture. Join us for this latest in an ongoing series on dancer mental health and hear Margaret and Kathleen discuss, among other topics: the results of a survey on dancer's top mental health concerns (eating disorders aren't even in the top three!) why it's in the dance world's best interest to change its culture around mental health for the better, including some interesting statistics about just who it is that makes up the majority of dance audiences ways that dance companies and management can better serve their artists' mental health needs without breaking their budgets --- For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode-20-mcguire-gaines Follow Kathleen McGuire Gaines and Minding the Gap: https://www.instagram.com/we.are.minding Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

67 MIN3 w ago
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20 - Kathleen McGuire Gaines, Founder of Minding the Gap

19 - Theresa Ruth Howard calls the ballet world to action for diversity

I am pleased to welcome Theresa Ruth Howard back to the show for the fourth time and thank her for her contribution during this time. Ms. Howard is a DEI expert, working closely with ballet companies nationally and internationally to make the future of ballet a more equitable one. She has dedicated many years of her life to this work and always speaks directly from her heart. Theresa is the founder and curator of the Memoirs of Blacks in Ballet and is a contributing editor for Dance Magazine. --- For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode19-theresa-ruth-howard Theresa Ruth Howard: https://www.instagram.com/mybodymyimage https://www.instagram.com/mobballet Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

91 MINJUN 11
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19 - Theresa Ruth Howard calls the ballet world to action for diversity

18 - Josh Spell: Mental Health and Self-Discovery During Crisis

On this week’s episode, join us for another discussion about dancer mental health with Josh Spell—former dancer (Pacific Northwest Ballet and Kansas City Ballet), licensed social worker, and Primary Therapist with Opal Food + Body Wisdom in Seattle, WA. As we tackle another week of learning to navigate this “new normal” of the world in varying stages of lockdown, Margaret invites Josh onto the show as a professional in the field of mental health to shares some wisdom about: · ways of looking at one’s at-home dance class and fitness regimens that avoid guilt and shame (hint: you’re not a bad person if you don’t feel like taking class today…) · how we can stay centered using the “art of non-productivity” · how to be at peace with your body as it changes · how to open yourself up to the possibility of self-discovery by acknowledging pain, rather than resisting it · finding ways to “cross-train” our brain and take care of our mental health, just as we strengthen the other muscles of our body --- For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode-18-josh-spell Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

73 MINMAY 27
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18 - Josh Spell: Mental Health and Self-Discovery During Crisis

17 - Zippora Karz: Coping during COVID-19

On this week’s episode, we welcome back Zippora Karz, former soloist with the New York City Ballet, who offers some advice to dancers on navigating the stress and uncertainty of quarantine and COVID-19. Maggie and Zippora discuss ways dancers can take care of the things that are in their control during this time in order to best support their health--both physical and psychological--without slipping into obsessive thought patterns. For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/episode-17-zippora-karz Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Follow Zippora Karz: https://zipporakarz.com/ https://www.instagram.com/zipporakarz/ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

74 MINMAY 21
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17 - Zippora Karz: Coping during COVID-19

16 - Zippora Karz

In this episode of Beyond the Barre, host Margaret Mullin introduces her mentor and soon to be regular guest Zippora Karz! Zippora is a former New York City Ballet Soloist turned author, teacher and motivational speaker. Author of The Sugarless Plum and Ballerina Dreams, she is a spokesperson and educator for major diabetes conferences and organizations worldwide. Zippora serves as a teacher and repetiteur for the George Balanchine Trust and is a guest faculty member for the Colburn Dance Academy and the University of Southern California Glorya Kaufman School of Dance. Get to know Zippora in this first of many episodes to come! For more information, as well as any links, see the blog post for this episode: https://www.margaretmullin.com/episodes/zippora-karz Follow Beyond The Barre: https://www.instagram.com/beyondthebarrepodcast/ Follow Zippora Karz: https://zipporakarz.com/ https://www.instagram.com/zipporakarz/ Host: Margaret Mullin http://www.margaretmullin.com/ https://www.instagram.com/margaretmullin/ Producer: Sarena Fishman Jimenez http://www.sarenafishman.com/ http://instagram.com/sarenafishman Music: William Lin-Yee https://soundcloud.com/williamlinyee

81 MINMAY 13
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16 - Zippora Karz

15 ~ Ana Maria Lucaciu

In this episode of Beyond the Barre, Margaret Mullin speaks with freelance choreographer and performing artist Ana Maria Lucaciu. They discuss her dance journey, from how she discovered her love for contemporary movement and dance, as well as what she has learned from working alongside some of the worlds most prolific contemporary choreographers.

77 MINAPR 11
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15 ~ Ana Maria Lucaciu

14 - In Conversation with Christopher Hernandez

In thisepisode ofBeyond the Barre, Margaret Mullin speaks with dancer Christopher Hernandez. A Miami native with a BFA from the Conservatory of Dance, he has had a diverse and exciting career, including time spent performing with Ballet Hispanico, Sleep No More, and the cast of Broadway’s ON YOUR FEET! Christopher was a performer in Lincoln Center’s great American Dance series featuring Ballet Hispanico which premiered internationally in theatres in 2016, and on television as part of PBS’s Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration in 2017. He has been seen dancing alongside recording artists such as Ricky Martin, Daddy Yankee, and Marc Anthony in televised performances and concerts. Christopher most recentlyfinished touring internationally with Kidd Pivot, led by Director and Choreographer Crystal Pite.

98 MIN2019 MAY 10
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14 - In Conversation with Christopher Hernandez
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