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#1 swalston3

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Posted 25 February 2008 - 08:16 PM

Hey Everyone!

I'm so excited to find this forum. I'm not new to ballet, but am new to the teaching side of it! I am presently going through the Cecchetti Council of America's Teacher Training program and am loving every minute of it. I run a minutely small studio via my converted garage and will be going back to school this fall to complete my college degree in dance - the college I'm studying at focuses on modern dance and I'm so excited to finally get to learn a different style of dance! I've always only ever studied classical ballet. I love it - but am looking forward to exploring other mediums of movement. (I actually am dying to take a hip hop class!!)

Thanks for having this awesome forum. I think it will be a great resource for me in the next couple of years. I have a lot to learn in regards to teaching ballet. It's a WHOLE different ball game than being the student!!!

Cheers!
Sarah Walston

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Posted 26 February 2008 - 01:59 AM

Hi, Sarah!
We're happy to have you here. We're a discussion board dedicated to the interests of the audience. You may also want to check out our sister site, BalletTalk for Dancers, particularly its special Teachers' forum.

If you want to join BT4D, you'll have to register there separately.

It sounds like you're at a very exciting point in your life, branching out and growing. I wish you the best.

In the meantime, I hope you'll share your responses to any performances you see, or join in any of the discussions that prompt a reaction from you. :)


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