Dancer’s Diary

Bradley Shelver’s Beyond-Busy Schedule as a Working Dancer

As a professional dancer, I have to stay in shape, keep my technique up to par, and organize my independentMore »

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What It’s Like to Study Ballet in Russia, as an American

In May 2004, at 22, I was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study classical ballet and the Russian pedagogical approachMore »

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Two Pros Talk About Recovering From Injury

Injury is an unfortunate part of a dancer’s life and, if you haven’t already, you’ll likely have to cope withMore »

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Bradley Shelver’s Future as a Solo Artist

My first solo tour in Italy (in November) was very exhausting, yet incredibly rewarding. I spent a total of threeMore »

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Bradley Shelver on Touring with the Limon Dance Company and Rehearsing for the Elan Awards Showcase

The Limón Dance Company recently spent six weeks in the studio discussing, fixing and rehearsing our next show: a mixedMore »

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Bradley Shelver on Working with Lar Lubovitch

Collaborating with a choreographer on a new work can be one of the most exciting and fulfilling times in aMore »

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