Name of Podcast: Danse CNA
What topics are covered: This podcast talks about dance and is broadcast by the National Arts Centre of Canada.
Why is it good to listen to? Cathy Levy, dance producer at the National Arts Center of Canada, presents this podcast. She speaks with a Quebec accent, and does not speak too fast. She uses informal vocabulary and some dance-related words and expressions. The guest may have a different or strongest accent, and speak faster.
You can subscribe or listen to the podcast by finding “Danse CNA” on iTunes, or through http://nac-cna.ca/fr/podcasts/dansecna.
How often are the podcasts updated? The podcasts are updated about twice a month.
Length of each podcast: Each episode is 50 minutes long.
Podcast Description: “Danse CNA”is a Canadian podcast from The Dance Department of The National Arts Center. During this podcast, Cathy Levy interviews dance artists among the most remarkable in the world, all of who have performed or are about to perform at the NAC. The whole podcast revolves around the guest.
Through this podcast, we get to know a producer, choreographer or dancer through their biography, their career, but also the description of their show and people working with their. Moreover, we can learn about the background of the show and the difficulties encountered by the artists and the producer. Depending on the guest, different podcasts can be broadcast in two or three weeks, in order to have time to give all the information.
Summary: This podcast is interesting for people passionate about dance. In addition, it helps to know more about a show and its team before going to see the show.