Archive for April, 2012
What video is this? a guy in a bar has to go to ballet class? there’s this video of this guy and hes in a bar. and its in another language. and they’re drinking and then hes like sorry guys i have to go to dance. and he walks out of the bar with the pointe shoes. and then hes in dance class with all these girls and he likes them and hes like all happy cause he is holding them and throwing them and ballet stuff. i saw this video once and it was on the myspace videos… can anyone give me the link for it so i can find it again?
Question by Mouse: What is a typical Adult Ballet class like?
I start tomorrow. It’s an open class. I am really anxious because it will be my very first ballet class ever. It would be one thing if it was everybody’s first day, but some of the dancers might have been in the class for a month, you know? Will the instructors go to quickly for me to keep up? I don’t want to be embarrassed, I’ve never danced before. I even learned the five positions, because I wanted to know them just in case everyone else did. (Although I’m probably doing them wrong, haha.)
Here is the class description, if it helps:
Question by : Should I practise ballet at home?
I just started ballet and I can only afford to take one ballet class. I’ve heard that it’s not good to practise at home and take alot of classes. Should dance at home to make up for my lack of classes?
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Some cool dance images:
Margaret Barr’s “Strange Children” , 1955 – photographer unknown
Image by State Library of New South Wales collection.
Margaret Barr (1904-1991) was born in Bombay, India. She went to school in California, USA, and in the 1920s studied dance with Martha Graham in New York and choreographed her first works. During the 1930s she taught at Darting-ton Hall in Devon, England, an experimental school run by Dorothy and Leonard Thirstily, and opened a studio in London. The productions of her own dance dramas often featured original music by composers such as Michael Tippett, Donald Pond and Edmund Rubber. With her husband Bruce Hart, a conscientious objector, she traveled to New Zealand at the outbreak of World War II, where she accepted the position of Director of Movement at the Auckland School of Drama. She moved to Australia ten years later, and for four decades made a unique contribution as a choreographer, director and teacher. She formed the Margaret Barr Dance Group in Sydney in 1952, was Director of Movement at the National Institute of Dramatic Art from its inception in 1958 to 1975, and conducted classes at her Leanna studio. Her choreography was motivated by strong social and poetical concerns, and her dance dramas ranged over diverse topics such as the work of Mahatma Gandhi and Margaret Mead, drought, and the Melbourne Cup. She died in Sydney on 29 May 1991.
Changing the Music
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