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posted by alizoula
Alys Shee was born in Toronto, Canada and began her ballet training at the Academy of Ballet and Jazz School for the Canadian Ballet Theatre, with Nadia Veselova Tencer and Evelyn Hart. Shee�s repetoire includes Giselle (Act II pas de deux), Don Quixote (Kitri), Aubers Grand Pas Classique, Le Corsaire, Coppιlia (grand pas de deux), La Bayadθre (Gamzatti), La Esmeralda, as well as contemporary works 의해 Roerto Campanella and Edwaard Liang. She has also performed in Canadian Ballet Theatre�s productions of The Nutcracker and Giselle.

Shee was a recipient of the Silver Medal at the 2009 Moscow...
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 Performing Chinese in "The Nutcracker"
Performing Chinese in "The Nutcracker"
My experience with The Nutcracker started when I was four years old. On 크리스마스 Eve that year, my parents took me to see Oregon Ballet Theatre's production of The Nutcracker, thinking of course that it would be a fun thing for me to see. I remember little of it now, just a vague impression of people dancing and pastel colors; however, I do remember the Sugar 자두, 매 화 Fairy. In her 담홍색, 핑크 tutu and wand, she captured my four-year-old heart. My mom has since told me that the first thing i said when the performance was “I want to be in The Nutcracker some day.” Though my parents didn't know it...
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posted by alizoula
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prix de lausanne
Kids: they dance before they learn there is anything that isn't music. ~William Stafford


How can we know the dancer from the dance? ~William Butler Yeats


There is a bit of insanity in dancing that does everybody a great deal of good. ~Edwin Denby


Please send me your last pair of shoes, worn out with dancing as 당신 mentioned in your letter, so that I might have something to press against my heart. ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


I would believe only in a God that knows how to dance. ~Friedrich Nietzsche


Never trust spiritual leader who cannot dance. ~Mr. Miyagi, The 다음 Karate Kid, 1994


We're fools whether...
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posted by MrsGerrenHowell
i started ballet when i was 4 i loved but now as i get older it gets harder my teacher always says if we dont try and work harder we will be in that class till we are 92.


even though it gets harder i just try harder
in a few weeks im taking my tap exam but not my ballet i have been in the same class for nearly a 년 and i want to get out but every other 년 my dance scool do a show
there will be one 다음 년 in april and hopefully fingers crossed i will be moving up then


I want to 옮기기 up cause my friend is in the 다음 class but when i 옮기기 up into that class my friend will 옮기기 out of that class

at the moment i am in grade 3 i know the sylabus like the back of my hand inside and out
posted by maria_mn
Hello to everybody!This is my first 기사 so please be tolerant with me...cause i'll try to express how i feel about dance generally...

I started ballet when i was 4 years-old.In fact i didn't know what was ballet,but i liked it.The years were passing and i kept going to the lessons.Now i'm in an age that i can't leave without the dance in my life and i'm not talking only about ballet,but and for others kind of dance...!

When i dance i really feel free,like no one can harm me.This feeling is so perfect,although i think that every dancer feel like this,but isn't so great?If 당신 just imagine...
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