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Switching studios frequently

by Guest616  |  earlier

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I have been dancing for about 8 years and I have dedicated my life to classical ballet. However, recently I have had trouble staying at one school as a result of which I have been to 3 studios in one year. Is it going to hinder my dancing at all and that I be looking to choose one studio and stick with it?

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  1. Harry

    This is something which very much depends upon the fact that you want to choose dancing as your career besides treating it just as a hobby. If dancing is your hobby and you have no intentions whatsoever to adopt dancing as your career so changing studios does not really matter all that much. On the other hand if you are determined to go ahead with dancing as your career path, so its better that you try to stick to one single studio under the guidance of an experienced and renowned dancing instructor. As we say that too many cooks spoil the broth, so if you will come across with so many dancing instructors without having a firm grip on dancing, you may not be able to tune yourself properly in a way that which instructor you should look to follow. The more instructors you will come across, the more different they will be with their instructions. Besides, as we say rolling stones gain no mass, for this reason if you really wish to build up a good reputation for yourself, the best way to do this is to stick to one studio under a professional instructor.
     

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