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To become professional or not?

by Guest4559  |  11 years ago

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Dear Connie, I know this is not the type of question you would normally answer, but I would just like some advice from a fellow aspiring dancer. I live in a very small town that is not very cultured. The director of my studio could care less about the dancers, teaches handle any classes, and gives no personal attention to those who are very serious about dancing so this past spring I began to get very discouraged and although I was supposed to attend Kirov Academy to train this summer, I did not go. I figured, what's the point if I am going to come back to this? I am a very good dancer, but due to my lack of training, to become professional, I would have to work three times as hard to improve as other girls, so I just kind of gave up. Right now, I am regretting not going this summer, but more importantly, I am wondering whether this means that I still want to take this on as a career, or I just want to do it as a hobby. What are your thoughts on this?

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  1. James Augustus

    I do not agree with you. There are many studios where trainers put all their energies to give their 100 percent. If you are not satisfied with your trainer, do discuss with him. I hope he will give you positive response.
    Otherwise, you can try somewhere else. Here are some links where you can get information relating dance training:
    www.learntodance.com/online%20ballet%20lesson.htm
    www.the-ballet.com/techniques.php
    www.shoshone.k12.id.us/nutcracker/train.html
     

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