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Misty Copeland

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La historia del ballet: Misty Copeland


Misty Copeland se convirtió en la primera bailarina principal afroamericana con el Teatro de Ballet Americano. 🏆En este podcast hablaremos sobre su trayectoria 🎧


13 Jul 2021

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Bunheads by Misty Copeland

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Story of Coppelia and Ballerina


12 Jun 2021

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#13 Sixto Rodríguez, Star Feminine Band, Misty Copeland, intervista a Cristina Marchiani e InSolitar

Se non ora quando - Il podcast del Polo Positivo

Nella puntata di aprile di Se Non Ora Quando- Il Podcast del Polo Positivo: la storia di Sixto Rodriguez; la Band di ragazze del Benin “star feminine band”; la storia della bellissima Misty Copeland; l’intervista a Cristina vincitrice del Contest di scrittura creativa; e infine gli aggiornamenti di Elia Origoni e del suo viaggio InSolitaria2021!


24 May 2021

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#12.4 Polo Vibes - Misty Copeland

Se non ora quando - Il podcast del Polo Positivo

In occasione della giornata mondiale della Danza vi raccontiamo di : Misty Copeland entra nella storia come la prima ballerina afroamericana ad essere nominata etoile diventando un simbolo mondiale e una forza ispiratrice. Articolo di @Elisa, voce di @Feffa


29 Apr 2021

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Primera bailarina afroamericana en una de las compañías de ballet más famosas del mundo.


17 Mar 2021

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Misty Copeland


Tonight's sleep story is about Prima Ballerina Misty Copeland of American Ballet Theater! ASMR triggers include close whispering throughout, mouth sounds, scratching, tapping, fabric sounds and we spend a nice bit of time playing with pointe shoe sounds and learning the parts of the shoe and the sounds they make. *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ **To help support young Black and Brown ballet dancers, check out what Brown Girls Do Ballet are doing, they are doing great work! **Please consider supporting a Black-owned independent bookstore! The following websites below give a list of Black-owned bookshops that you can order from online or by phone and you’ll be supporting a small business as well! I am in no way affiliated with either of the websites LiteraryHub or AfroTech, nor do I make any money from your use of the sites or patronage of any of the bookstores. It’s just a resource I like to use for myself as well. Sources: Biography.com Editors. “Misty Copeland.” Biography.com, A&E Networks Television, 17 Aug. 2020, www.biography.com/athlete/misty-copeland. Bourlin, Olga. “Misty Copeland (1982- ) •.” Blackpast.org, 17 Dec. 2020, www.blackpast.org/african-american-history/copeland-misty-1982/. FitzPatrick, Hayley. “Misty Copeland on Acknowledging Race in Ballet and Revolutionizing the Art Form.” Good Morning America, 3 Feb. 2021, www.goodmorningamerica.com/culture/story/misty-copeland-acknowledging-race-ballet-revolutionizing-art-form-75600980. Foreman, Cathy. “A Recap: Misty Copeland in Conversation.” Art. Music. Books. Film. Interviews. Opinions. Lifestyle, 8 Sept. 2019, notesandnarratives.com/2019/09/08/a-recap-misty-copeland-in-conversation/. Hutcheson, Susannah. “How I Became a Ballerina: Misty Copeland.” USA Today, Gannett Satellite Information Network, 31 Mar. 2020, www.usatoday.com/story/money/careers/2020/03/31/how-misty-copeland-became-principal-dancer-american-ballet-theatre/2929620001/. Unknown, Unknown. “Misty Copeland.” American Ballet Theatre, 1 Oct. 2019, www.abt.org/people/misty-copeland/?type=performer. Winship, Lyndsey. “Misty Copeland: the Trailblazing Ballerina Loved by Prince, Obama and Disney.” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 7 Nov. 2018, www.theguardian.com/stage/2018/nov/07/misty-copeland-interview-ballet-broken-disney-nutcracker-prince-obama. **I would like to acknowledge the following Traditional Custodians of the land that I record in: Peoria, Potawatomi, Kickapoo, Myaamia and the Ochethi Sakowin Nations and pay my respects to their Elders past, present and emerging


24 Feb 2021

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Black History Celebration, Virtual Reference to Van Jones and Misty Copeland

360 Performance

Dr. Wightman shares the love while celebrating Black History month.  Referring to the experience and character of today's history makers Van Jones, Misty Copeland, Curtis Granderson, and others who stand on the shoulders of notable historical black figures.  This episode challenges each listener to participate creating their history with a mision for building bridges, speaking truth to leadership whil they right the wrongs of past historical events.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lowell-wightman/message


13 Feb 2021

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Britney Spears' boyfriend breaks his silence, plus Misty Copeland on her groundbreaking career

PEOPLE Every Day

PEOPLE Editor Kate Coyne sits down with Janine to discuss the latest developments in Britney Spears’ conservatorship case and a new statement from her long-time boyfriend. Then, dancer Misty Copeland joins the show to talk about her incredible career and how she’s adjusting to life without live performances. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com


9 Feb 2021

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Misty Copeland Dances into the Future

Say Yes! with Carla Hall

Saying yes is always hard, especially when it means being the first person to break boundaries. Misty Copeland was the first Black woman to be named principal dancer at the American Ballet Theater, and her stunning career has been focused on further opening up ballet for Black and brown dancers. Her new children’s book, Bunheads, inspired by Misty’s own childhood, shows the power of friendship and storytelling in ballet. Misty talks to Carla about the challenges she faced building her career, and the similarities she sees between being Black and being a ballerina. Plus, Misty shares her passion for inspiring young would-be dancers. This week’s ingredient: read a children’s book!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.


5 Jan 2021

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The Economist Asks: Misty Copeland

Economist Radio

Was the first black principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre earlier denied roles because of her skin colour? She tells host, Anne McElvoy, how dance saved her from a difficult childhood and about her first performance in a classic Christmas production. And, which ballets would she remove from the repertoire?Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions:www.economist.com/podcastofferSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


24 Dec 2020