Guest Doomsdoll Posted November 10, 2004 Report Share Posted November 10, 2004 I'm not dancing yet but hoping to start soon. The studio I was taught at in elementary school has since shut down, and I'm not sure where to go to. I've done searches for schools in my area and this is the most promising place I've found: The Clara R. Noyes Academy of Balllet Internationale And here is where I begin my plea. Besides the most basic of terminology, I remember very little about ballet and I have never looked for a teacher before. I'd probably go to the Carmel location where they have most classes in the professional division. As a beginner, should I look for a place a little less professional? Would I be accepted and taken seriously at 15?(This is a big one because I keep reading stuff about girls starting at 10 and already feel behind.) And on a lesser note, does anyone know if I could start in the spring semester? They're a bit unclear on that. Thanks in advance. (Moderator BW edited the hyperlink's title for clarification.) Quote Link to comment
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