(159) India Bradley, Dancer with New York City Ballet & BalletCollective

Posted by on 10.21.2019

This week on COD, we are joined by New York City Ballet dancer India Bradley. With a history of dance in her family, India began her training in her home state of Michigan. After training at DTH and SAB, India was accepted into NYCB. After just one year in the company, she has proven to be an in demand talent elsewhere, with a spate of additional performing opportunities that have included the Ashley Bouder Project, Vail Dance Festival and BalletCollective. We talk to India about her early experiences at NYCB, her experiences with a multitude of side projects and what the leadership transition at NYCB has been like for the newest generation of dancers.

This episode is generously supported by Yumiko (yumiko.com), Vail Dance Festival, and BalletCollective.

 

Conversations On Dance would like to take this opportunity to invite you to an evening of dance and music that finds NYCB soloist Troy Schumacher’s trailblazing BalletCollective collaborating with the groundbreaking orchestral collective The Knights. Comprised entirely of dancers from the New York City Ballet, and featuring world premieres by two of its dancers, Schumacher and Preston Chamblee, the evening will build on BalletCollective’s tradition of creating forward-thinking, collaboration driven art that reflects the world we live in.
Hailed by the New York Times as being ‘unforced, experimental and refreshing’, BalletCollective has been at the forefront of collaborative art for nearly a decade. Don’t miss their performances at the Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center in Brooklyn, this Oct 23, 25 and 26. You can purchase tickets at www.balletcollective.com/tickets.

 

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