Orlando Ballet's 'Barre Talk' podcast features conversations with dance luminaries from around the country


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A surprising newer entrant to Orlando's podcasting scene is Orlando Ballet's "Barre Talk" interview series.

In it, host – and artistic director of the Ballet – Robert Hill sits down for extended discussions with artists and dance devotees alike, both local and from all around the country.

Upcoming guests include Jordan Morris, Orlando Ballet's 2020-21 artist-in-residence, and Romona Pansegrau, music director for Kansas City Ballet.

You can catch up on past episodes with luminaries like Charmaine Hunter, Jerry Mitchell, Lauren Anderson, Phillip Broomhead, Desmond Richardson and so many more through the Orlando Ballet's website as a stream, or on Apple Podcasts, Breaker, Google Podcasts, Overcast.fm, RadioPublic and … you get the picture.

New episodes of "Barre Talk" drop weekly.

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