The Songs Your Favorite Dance Artists Can't Stop Listening To
The most-played song on your Spotify says a lot about you. Maybe it’s that guilty pleasure track you dance to while you’re in the kitchen, or the one you have to listen to before going onstage.
We talked to 10 of our favorite pros about the song that’s racked up the most plays on their phones—whether it’s one they teach to, cross-train to, or just a song that helps them escape.
Miami City Ballet’s Nathalia Arja: “Finesse” by Bruno Mars
Martha Graham Dance Company’s PeiJu Chien-Pott: Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring
The Washington Ballet’s Ashley Murphy: “Broken But I’m Healed” by Byron Cage
Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Leta Biasucci: Mariah Carey’s “Shake It Off”
B-girl and Choreographer Ephrat Asherie: “A Flower is A Lovesome Thing” by Ehud Asherie
Pennsylvania Ballet’s Sterling Baca: “Ride Out” by Schoolboy Q
Tap Dancer Caleb Teicher: “Sweet Pea” by Amos Lee
Boston Ballet’s Joy Womack: “Fingertips” by One Republic, “Romantic” by Stanaj
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s Jamar Roberts: ”See You Again” (feat. Kali Uchis) by Tyler The Creator
Dutch National Ballet’s Michaele DePrince: “I Was Here” by Beyoncé
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The Songs Your Favorite Dance Artists Can&039;t Stop Listening To