Maria Seletskaja once joked that she’d give two years of her life to conduct Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker… little did she know that she would soon be conducting far more than only Nutcracker. After a beautiful fifteen years dancing around the world in many prestigious companies, she made the decision to hang up her pointe shoes and pick up the conductor’s baton. And what an adventure it was…Click the link in the bio to listen in as we discuss her remarkable journey, the ins and outs of being a conductor, and the importance of music, especially in the life of a dancer.
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