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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lauren Lovette. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lauren Lovette, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lauren Lovette. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lauren Lovette, often where they are interviewed.

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If You’re Gonna Build a Body, Start with the Bones premiered at the 2019 Vail Dance Festival. For Lauren Lovette, the choreographic process was unlike anything she had done before. She worked with musicians Kate Davis, Alexander Foote, and Cameron MacIntosh, and dancers Unity Phelan and Kennard Henson of New York City Ballet.

UnSequenced is a podcast in which we discover the stories and emotions behind the movement. Each episode dives deep into the creative process with a choreographer, documenting what compels them as an artist, what drives their artistic decisions for a particular work, and what unexpected things come up along the way.

Oct 01 2019 · 11mins
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Episode 4.2: New Combinations: Lauren Lovette

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In this episode of City Ballet The Podcast, Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan sits down with NYCB Principal Dancer Lauren Lovette. The two discuss Lauren’s origin story, how she overcomes insecurities and setbacks, and her personal process as a choreographer. Lauren shares how the trajectory of her new ballet, made for this year's Fall Fashion Gala and scored by Tan Dun, changed course after Zac Posen shared his vision for the piece's costumes. (46:06)

Music: "Sisyphus" by Andrew Wegman Bird Wixen Music Publishing, Inc. as agent for Muffet Music Co

Sep 22 2019 · 46mins

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(151) Lauren Lovette LIVE From Vail Dance Festival

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Today we are bringing you a live podcast recording from the Vail Dance Festival with New York City Ballet Principal Dancer Lauren Lovette.  We catch up on what she has been up to since we saw her last summer, talk about her choreography, and her position of Artist in Residence this year at the festival.  Unfortunately, we again had a technology glitch during this episode and are bringing you an iphone audio recording of the event.  As you know, this audio is not up to our usual quality, but Lauren’s chat with us was just too good not to bring to the masses.  Thank you for your understanding.  This episode was recorded live on August 4th, 2019. 

This episode is brought to you by Yumiko and The Town of Vail.

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Aug 19 2019 · 54mins
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BONUS: Lauren Lovette on her new work for Vail Dance Festival

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Today we talk with New York City Ballet Principal, Lauren Lovette.  The last time we chatted with her was last year at the Vail Dance Festival, so this year we catch up with her, talk about her guesting gig with Royal Danish Ballet, and hear about her new work “Papillons” that premiered on August 6th, 2018 at the Vail Dance Festival.  (Note: This episode was recorded on August 6th, 2018.)

Photo: Unity Phelan and cast in “Papillons” at the 2018 Vail Dance Festival.  Choreography by Lauren Lovette.  Photo by Erin Baiano

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Aug 07 2018 · 20mins

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(70) Lauren Lovette, New York City Ballet Principal Dancer

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This week we are heading into our vault from our time at the Vail Dance Festival this past summer, where we spoke with many of the festival’s amazing and talented artists.  Today we talk with Lauren Lovette, New York City Ballet Principal Dancer who was not only dancing at the festival, but also choreographing a new piece. Lauren began dancing at the age of 11 at the Cary Ballet Conservatory in Cary, North Carolina. She attended summer courses at the School of American Ballet during the summers of 2004 and 2005 and became a year-round student in 2006. After joining New York City Ballet as member of the corps de ballet in 2010, she became a principal dancer in 2015.   We talk with Lauren about her start in ballet, how she became interested in choreography, how becoming a vegan has changed her dancing, and about her new ballet that premiered a few nights after we recorded this episode.

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Dec 04 2017 · 37mins
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Lauren Lovette, New York City Ballet Principal talks candidly about ballet life

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Lauren Lovette is lovely. Not only is she an inspirational dancer with an enviable ballet career, a massive social media following and is an upcoming choreographer, but she’s genuinely a lovely lovely person.

In this podcast episode, Lauren talks about being homeschooled before her natural talent being discovered in a local ballet store and receiving a life changing scholarship that led her to The School of American Ballet in NYC. She reveals the jobs she had throughout her time at SAB to help pay for her pointe shoes and NYC living.

Lauren also talks candidly and emotionally about her experience of graduating from SAB and seeing classmates becoming apprentices with New York City Ballet, but finding she wasn’t giving a position.

This crucial moment almost led Lauren to quit ballet altogether, but instead steered her to a new opportunity that has helped shape her career and inspired her budding choreographic career.

Listen to Lauren talk about her love for dancing in the corps and the many masks she wore on stage, life as a soloist and her favourite roles, but also the disappointment of achieving principal while being laid up on a sofa with an injury.

Lauren also reveals the inspiration for her new work, For Clara, a true love story with a dark twist. As an upcoming choreographer, Lauren humbly talks about her inspirations, the challenges as a dancer, the difficulties she’s overcome and her words of advice for other dancers dreaming of following in her pointe steps!

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Sep 26 2017 · 1hr 8mins
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Vail Festival Forum Bonus Content: Lauren Lovette, NYCB Principal

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Welcome to Conversations on Dance’s Festival Forum Bonus Content.  All this week we are publishing bonus mini-pods from Vail, Colorado where we are here covering the Vail Dance Festival.  We have been talking with New York City Ballet Principal Dancer Lauren Lovette on her career and her expansion into the world of choreography.  Stay tuned to Conversations on Dance for the full interview in the coming weeks, but for now we want to quickly talk with Lauren about women in choreography and her ballet she created for the festival.

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Aug 05 2017 · 11mins
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58 - Lauren Lovette, Soloist NYCB

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Lauren Lovette was born in Thousand Oaks, California and began studying ballet at the age of 11 at the Cary Ballet Conservatory in Cary, North Carolina. She attended summer courses at the School of American Ballet, the official school of New York City Ballet, during the summers of 2004 and 2005 and enrolled at SAB as a full time student in 2006. In October 2009, Ms. Lovette became an apprentice with NYCB and joined the Company as a member of the corps de ballet in September 2010 and was promoted to soloist in February 2013.

Sep 26 2014 · 41mins