Circus Voices podcast

Circus Voices

CircusTalk

Circus Voices is brought to you by CircusTalk.com, the leading online network and resource for the international circus industry. At CircusTalk, our motto is "We give circus a voice," because we share circus related information from around the globe from a variety of voices. In our podcast we present short series of podcasts from circus experts and professionals from around the world, showing the richness and diversity of our community. Always visit www.circustalk.news/podcast for show notes and further episode information.

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    Press Pass with the Editor, Episode 8, November 2021

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    In this podcast series called Press Pass with the Editor, we will be your front row access to what’s happening in the performance world. This monthly circus news podcast is brought to you by Circus Voices podcast network via CircusTalk. In each episode we’ll be exploring changes in the circus sector, impactful news in the performing arts world, as well as information about upcoming shows and events from around the world for the coming month. We’ll take a look at all parts of the circus world, from circus job listings to circus education and business, plus more. In the November episode of Press Pass, Associate editor Lydia Nord's education highlight is coverage of how The European Federation of Professional Circus Schools (FEDEC) is showcasing their student encounters from their CIRCLE project at the CIRCa Festival in Auch from October 26th to the 29th. This year’s participating schools include Escuela de Circo Carampa, École de cirque de Lyon, and many more. In a new segment about the business side of circus, Carolyn Klein spoke to Duo Rose's Sam and Sylvia (circus artists/prop designer/costume makers) about how to source, commission or make a profession circus costume. Our guest interview this month was Nik Wallenda, a multiple world record holder, professional daredevil, and author. Best known for crossing the Grand Canyon and Niagra Falls, Nik has been nicknamed “King of the High Wire.” He and his team are about to enter rehearsals in order to relaunch the Big Apple Circus in New York City in November of 2021. We talked to Nik about who is on his team as well as his hopes and how he fights fear on the wire and in life decisions (like reviving the Big Apple Circus)--in order to keep circus alive, adapting and thriving. Show notes:  Correction: During the interview we say the opening of the show is November 12th, but that is incorrect. The opening show of the Big Apple Circus will actually be on November 11th. CircusTalk theme music by Book Kennison. Circus Voices is brought to you by CircusTalk.com, the leading online network and resource for the international circus industry. At CircusTalk, our motto is "We give circus a voice," because we share circus related information from around the globe from a variety of voices. In our podcast we present short series of podcasts from circus experts and professionals from around the world, showing the richness and diversity of our community. Always visit www.circustalk.news/podcast for show notes and further episode information. We welcome your review on Apple Podcasts.
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    CircusTalkPRO Launches New Series "Journeys Through Queer Circus with Charles Batson", Audio Explorations with the Editor

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    Welcome to Audio Explorations with the Editor, a podcast series of Circus Voices brought to you by CircusTalk. Our guest on the podcast today is Dr. Charles Batson. Batson is a Professor of French and Francophone Studies and current past President of the American Council for Québec Studies and also the Florence B. Sherwood Professor of History and Culture at Union College where he also co-chairs the LGBTQ+ Affairs committee. Among the circus people of Quebec and beyond, Batson is best known for his writing and of course co-directing the annual academic seminar titled Circus & its Others. Join us as we explore his work and mission and discover what insights the upcoming series Journeys Through Queer Circus with Charles Batson will offer to the circus world. Circus Voices was voted # 1 circus podcast on Feedspot! Circus Voices is brought to you by CircusTalk, the leading online network and resource for the international circus industry. At CircusTalk, our motto is "We give circus a voice," because we share circus related information from around the globe from a variety of voices. In our podcast we present short series of podcasts from circus experts and professionals from around the world, showing the richness and diversity of our community. Visit  the show page for show notes and further episode information. We welcome your review on Apple Podcasts!
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    Press Pass with the Editor, Episode 7, September 2021

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    In this podcast series called Press Pass with the Editor, we will be your front row access to what’s happening in the performance world. This monthly circus news podcast is brought to you by Circus Voices podcast network via CircusTalk. In each episode we’ll be exploring changes in the circus sector, impactful news in the performing arts world, as well as information about upcoming shows and events from around the world for the coming month. We’ll take a look at all parts of the circus world, from circus job listings to circus education and business, plus more. In the September episode of Press Pass, we review Chicago's Physical Fest, and discuss the Delta variant's effect on circus programming. Associate editor Lydia Nord's education highlight is an interview with the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) student--just about to graduate--Antonia Sassine about her future plans and some good advice for future graduates on how to get hired. Last but not least, Circus Boss founders Ileigh Reynolds and Brock Rylander share their financial and business planning advice and more for artists. Besides that, you get your regular monthly dose of job listings and event listings. Show notes: CircusTalk theme music by Book Kennison. Circus Voices is brought to you by CircusTalk.com, the leading online network and resource for the international circus industry. At CircusTalk, our motto is "We give circus a voice," because we share circus related information from around the globe from a variety of voices. In our podcast we present short series of podcasts from circus experts and professionals from around the world, showing the richness and diversity of our community. Always visit www.circustalk.news/podcast for show notes and further episode information. We welcome your review on Apple Podcasts.
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    Press Pass with the Editor, Episode 6, August 2021

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    In this podcast series called Press Pass with the Editor, we will be your front row access to what’s happening in the performance world. This monthly circus news podcast is brought to you by Circus Voices podcast network via CircusTalk. In each episode we’ll be exploring changes in the circus sector, impactful news in the performing arts world, as well as information about upcoming shows and events from around the world for the coming month. We’ll take a look at all parts of the circus world, from circus job listings to circus education and business, plus more. In the August episode of Press Pass, we cover the news about the summer Juggling Festivals IJA(International Jugglers Association) & EJC (European Juggling Convention), we recall our PRO Talk with Adrian Berry and Flora Herberich on How to Pitch Your Show. I review Teatro Zinzanni's opening in Chicago, as well as interview Ottavio & Naomi Gesmundo on their duo act in the new touring show Stars Above by Hideaway Circus. We also talk about upcoming circus events and current job listings as always and associate editor Lydia Nord weighs in with Cirkus Smirkus on the prevalence of summer circus camps as part of well-rounded circus education. Show notes: CircusTalk theme music by Book Kennison. Circus Voices is brought to you by CircusTalk.com, the leading online network and resource for the international circus industry. At CircusTalk, our motto is "We give circus a voice," because we share circus related information from around the globe from a variety of voices. In our podcast we present short series of podcasts from circus experts and professionals from around the world, showing the richness and diversity of our community. Always visit www.circustalk.news/podcast for show notes and further episode information. We welcome your review on Apple Podcasts.
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    The 7 Fingers' Isabelle Chassé on Reviving Circus--Audio Explorations with the Editor

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    Circus Voices, a podcast brought to you by CircusTalk, is pleased to present an interview with Isabelle Chassé on Audio Explorations with the Editor. Chassé is a co-founder of The 7 Fingers and an accomplished contemporary circus artist in her own right, having won the gold medal at the Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain de Paris and at the International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo. Chassé toured internationally from a young age, performing hundreds of shows with an innovative and dynamic contortion quartet. Earlier in her career, she also performed with Cirque du Soleil on silks in Quidam. These days, she has directed and co-directed dozens of projects with her company and is currently excited to be directing the show Summer Tale, scheduled as part of Together Apart in Toronto this summer, one of the first post-Covid events with live public audience. Circus Voices is brought to you by CircusTalk, the leading online network and resource for the international circus industry. At CircusTalk, our motto is "We give circus a voice," because we share circus related information from around the globe from a variety of voices. In our podcast we present short series of podcasts from circus experts and professionals from around the world, showing the richness and diversity of our community. Visit  the show page for show notes and further episode information. We welcome your review on Apple Podcasts!
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    Press Pass with the Editor, Episode 5, July 2021

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    In this podcast series called Press Pass with the Editor, we will be your front row access to what’s happening in the performance world. This monthly circus news podcast is brought to you by Circus Voices podcast network via CircusTalk. In each episode we’ll be exploring changes in the circus sector, impactful news in the performing arts world, as well as information about upcoming shows and events from around the world for the coming month. We’ll take a look at all parts of the circus world, from circus job listings to circus education and business, plus more. In the July episode of Press Pass, we cover the news about Cirque du Soleil's comeback and more, what the current circus trend is--spoiler alert--jobs and shows! We hear a snippet of associate editor Madeline Hoak's review of Circus Days & Nights by Cirkus Cirkör, and from associate editor Lydia Nord about circus graduates in June & July.  Circus Voices is brought to you by CircusTalk.com, the leading online network and resource for the international circus industry. At CircusTalk, our motto is "We give circus a voice," because we share circus related information from around the globe from a variety of voices. In our podcast we present short series of podcasts from circus experts and professionals from around the world, showing the richness and diversity of our community. Always visit www.circustalk.news/podcast for show notes and further episode information. We welcome your review on Apple Podcasts.
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    Press Pass with the Editor, Episode 4, June 2021

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    In this podcast series called Press Pass with the Editor, we will be your front row access to what’s happening in the performance world. This monthly circus news podcast is brought to you by Circus Voices podcast network via CircusTalk. In each episode we’ll be exploring changes in the circus sector, impactful news in the performing arts world, as well as information about upcoming shows and events from around the world for the coming month. We’ll take a look at all parts of the circus world, from circus job listings to circus education and business, plus more. In the June episode of Press Pass, we cover the news about Cirque du Soleil's comeback, what is happening in Australian and Vietnamese circus, and the increase in new circus jobs showing a hopeful trend. We hear from contributor and associate editor Madeline Hoak on why she wanted to create the Circus Bodies series, and from associate editor Lydia Nord on the coverage we will be doing of circus graduates in June. She also takes a minute to speak to one San Diego Circus Center graduate who has adapted to the pandemic by going to Harvard after graduating circus school! Then I sit down for a talk with casting director (and head coach) Francisco Cruz of The 7 Fingers to hear his sage and encouraging advice for new graduates entering the circus work force. Spoiler alert: He is a huge fan of up and coming circus artists and follows everyone on social media! Circus Voices is brought to you by CircusTalk.com, the leading online network and resource for the international circus industry. At CircusTalk, our motto is "We give circus a voice," because we share circus related information from around the globe from a variety of voices. In our podcast we present short series of podcasts from circus experts and professionals from around the world, showing the richness and diversity of our community. Always visit www.circustalk.news/podcast for show notes and further episode information. We welcome your review on Apple Podcasts.
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    Jean-Luc Martin on Growing a US Circus School, Audio Explorations with the Editor

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    Circus Voices, a podcast brought to you by CircusTalk, is pleased to present an interview with Jean-Luc Martin on Audio Explorations with the Editor. Our guest on the podcast today is Jean-Luc Martin, founder and executive director of San Diego Circus School. Martin is a graduate of the National circus school in Montreal, and during the course of his performance career he performed with the Pickle Family Circus, Circus Knie and Cirque du Soleil. The young Martin started life as an adventurer-- kayaking, rock climbing and hiking. He worked for Outward Bound, Search & Rescue Northern Ontario, and Yosemite National Park before he discovered circus. He has the opportunity to earn his true circus chops by working with The Pickle Family Circus where Martin says, "I trained teeterboard, acrobatics, trapeze, and handstands, and after two years of hard, dedicated, focused work, I decided to test my abilities and audition for École Nationale de Cirque. I was accepted, and after two years at ENC, Cirque du Soleil hired me. Fifteen years later, I retired from circus and turned to Hollywood, becoming a stunt man and a film producer. During this time, I met my wife Mara, had two children, and then decided to leave the rat race of 18 hour days of film producing, to go back to my passion, which was circus. San Diego Circus Center was officially born in 2012, and I’m looking forward to continuing, and always building, a formidable circus school in North America." Listen in for Martin's sage advice on balancing one's career, life-training balance, finding your circus talent, and more. He also shares the strategies that led to the circus education programs and curriculum he offers at San Diego Circus Center Academy, including the Pre-preparatory (youth), Preparatory (emerging professional), Pro-track (artists advancing skills), and their 5-week Master Youth Intensive course. Circus Voices is brought to you by CircusTalk, the leading online network and resource for the international circus industry. At CircusTalk, our motto is "We give circus a voice," because we share circus related information from around the globe from a variety of voices. In our podcast we present short series of podcasts from circus experts and professionals from around the world, showing the richness and diversity of our community. Visit  the show page for show notes and further episode information. We welcome your review on Apple Podcasts!
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    Press Pass with the Editor, Episode 3, May 2021

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    In this podcast series called Press Pass with the Editor, we will be your front row access to what’s happening in the performance world. This monthly circus news podcast is brought to you by Circus Voices podcast network via CircusTalk. In each episode we’ll be exploring changes in the circus sector, impactful news in the performing arts world, as well as information about upcoming shows and events from around the world for the coming month. We’ll take a look at all parts of the circus world, from circus job listings to circus education and business, plus more. Episode 3 covers May 2021 in circus, including a circus cookbook for the pandemic from Circus Harmony, Cirque du Soleil's O is reopening when? We launched our PRO Space page, a quick review of SKH's student show Now You See, as well as an interview with the director Aedín Walsh, commemorations of World Circus Day and Social Circus Day as we gear up for spring, and the exciting launch of the American Circus Alliance. Circus Voices is brought to you by CircusTalk.com, the leading online network and resource for the international circus industry. At CircusTalk, our motto is "We give circus a voice," because we share circus related information from around the globe from a variety of voices. In our podcast we present short series of podcasts from circus experts and professionals from around the world, showing the richness and diversity of our community. Always visit www.circustalk.news/podcast for show notes and further episode information. We welcome your review on Apple Podcasts.
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    Interview & New PRO Series Launch--"360 degrees: Circus Through a Holistic Lens with Stacy Clark", Audio Explorations with the Editor

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    Welcome to Audio Explorations with the Editor, a podcast series of Circus Voices brought to you by CircusTalk. Our guest is Stacy Clark. She was an acrobatic coach on Amaluna before she joined the team at Cirque du Soleil as casting director of sourcing and recruitment. Stacy has years of experience in the industry working with artists and administrators from around the world and her work has been instrumental in shaping the contemporary circus landscape. PRO members, we hear you. As part of CircusTalk's work to expand our content for PRO subscribers, we are pleased to announce that Stacy will host the new video interview series called 360 degrees: Circus Through a Holistic Lens with Stacy Clark. In this podcast episode, we chat about Stacy's holistic coaching philosophy, the series concept, and the upcoming guests! 360 degrees launches April 20th, but tune in now to discover what Stacy has planned. Circus Voices is brought to you by CircusTalk, the leading online network and resource for the international circus industry. At CircusTalk, our motto is "We give circus a voice," because we share circus related information from around the globe from a variety of voices. In our podcast we present short series of podcasts from circus experts and professionals from around the world, showing the richness and diversity of our community. Visit  the show page for show notes and further episode information. We welcome your review on Apple Podcasts!

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