Tag Archives: Sharon Cuneta

Winifred Burnet-Smith


Episode 259: [60:20]
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In this show Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand, Jenn Doan and Bettina Forget talk to Winifred Burnet-Smith a dancer with the Hofesh Shechter company.

The theme song of the week is Sharon Cuneta‘s version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is Salome by Pitts Sanborn, This Week in Dance History highlights George Balanchine, and the music played during the show is from the CD The Key is in the Window by Aaron Shragge and Ben Monder.



Originally published on Movement Museum

Maribé, Noam Gagnon, PPS Danse


Episode 129: [60:40]
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In this episode Noam Gagnon‘s performance at Usine C, Dieu ne t’a pas créé juste pour danser by maribé which is touring the Maisons de la Culture, PPS Danse’s Diasporama. Allison Elizabeth is given the third degree on why she wants to talk about dance on the radio, and there is a round table discussion on the New York Times article Can Modern Dance Be Preserved? The theme song is performed by Sharon Cuneta, the background music is J. S. Bach Goldberg Variations performed by Matt Haimovitz, Jonathan Crow and Douglas McNabney and the poem of the week is from Romance of the Rose translated by FS Ellis.

Originally published on Movement Museum