Dancer06 Posted August 2, 2004 Report Share Posted August 2, 2004 Because of financial reasons, I have never been able to train at other dance schools for summer intensives. I have been accepted at several excellent schools, including Washington School of Ballet and CPYB, but never receive scholarships and can never seem to find enough money to make it happen. When auditioning for a company, does it look better if you have been able to train at various summer intensives? The school that I go to year-round (mostly paid for w/ financial aid) is very good, but doesn't offer things such as pas de deux and variations, and I am worried that because I am missing out on these aspects of ballet I will not be able to dance professionally or get into a strong college program. Any comments or suggestions anyone has would be greatly appreciated! Quote Link to comment
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