Dance Dialogues

Hosted by Rachel Elderkin

Join London-based dance artist and writer Rachel Elderkin for Dance Dialogues: A Podcast. Each episode a guest from the dance world will join us to discuss their life, work and what matters in the dance world right now. From artists and choreographers, to directors and critics, this lively, conversational podcast has the dance world covered. Listen to the latest episode here or find us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Spotify.

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Keep Moving with Jean Abreu Dance Dialogues: A Podcast

Born in Brazil, Jean Abreu moved to London in 1996 after receiving a scholarship to study at Trinity Laban Conservatoire for Music and Dance. In 2003 he was awarded the Jerwood Choreography Award and became an Associate Artist at The Place in London.Since then his work has toured throughout the U.K, Europe and Brazil including performances for Royal Opera House, Dance Umbrella Festival, Southbank Centre, Julidans Festival & the Auditório Ibirapuera São Paulo.He founded Jean Abreu Dance in 2009. Across his career Jean has been a movement director for fashion magazines and global advertising campaigns including TikTok, Nike, OutThere Magazine. Jean has taught extensively his movement practice in the UK and abroad in renowned dance organisations and Universities across the globe.Rachel Elderkin is a freelance dancer and dance writer based in London. Her dance writing can be also be read in the Stage,, Exeunt and British Theatre Guide. She is a member of the UK's Critics' Circle, and has written for The Skinny (Scotland) and LeftLion (Nottingham) where she was Arts Editor.Credits:Host: Rachel ElderkinGuest: Jean AbreuProduction: George BushawayProduced for Fjord Review
  1. Keep Moving with Jean Abreu
  2. Dance Education with Jessica Wheeler
  3. Movement for healing with Mina Aidoo
  4. Sophie Laplane talks choreography
  5. Class Act
  6. Creative Space
  7. The Joy of Dance
  8. Staying Inspired
  9. Grace Nicol: Womxn SRSLY
  10. An Athlete's Mind in a Dancer's Body