ballerinaproject:

Hanna - Washington Square, New York City
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ballerinaproject:

Hanna - Washington Square, New York City

Contour 360 Jeans by AG Jeans

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For information on purchasing Ballerina Project limited edition prints.

Monday Jul 28 @ 03:20pm
ballerinaproject:

Katie B - 14th Street, New York City
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ballerinaproject:

Katie B - 14th Street, New York City

Help the continuation of the Ballerina Project

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For information on purchasing Ballerina Project limited edition prints.

Thursday Jul 24 @ 01:51pm

sytycd11:

So Broken- Valerie, Tanisha, Brooklyn, Emily, Emilio, Zack, Casey & Serge (Sonya Tayeh)

Wednesday Jul 23 @ 11:01pm
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Wednesday Jul 23 @ 10:27pm

I adore Sonya Tayeh

Wednesday Jul 23 @ 09:35pm

NOOOO NOT ZACK :( I have faith though…

Wednesday Jul 23 @ 08:10pm

Anonymous said: If I major in dance how likely will I be to get a job after college?

That all depends on you and your attitude. Dance jobs aren’t exactly in high demand, but they are out there, you just have to look for them. There are also many other things you can do with a dance major apart from being a professional dancer. You can teach, manage a studio, work a dance magazine, etc. You just have to open minded and willing to be flexible. Another option, you could minor in dance and major in something else. Or maybe double major? Either way, the choice is yours. Keep a positive attitude and good luck in the future!

Wednesday Jul 23 @ 06:09pm

Jacque & Zack - Hip Hop (Stay With Me)

Wednesday Jul 23 @ 04:55pm
18 Things Every Dance Choreographer Knows To Be True De Elizabeth

i-wontdance:

1. No matter how many times you review your choreography notes, when it comes time to teach them at rehearsal, you’ll have no idea what you’ve written down.

2. You kind of hate jazz squares but sometimes can’t help sneaking them into routines.

3. While teaching a…

Wednesday Jul 23 @ 04:54pm

jubblesbubbles said: Hey darling! I'm in a bit of a dilemma right now: I used to dance until my late teens. But I haven't really done any ballet lessons in 10 years? Last month I got an itch and started all over again. I had to switch classes, so I went to this other school tonight, and it didn't felt like beginner's classes at all!!! So fast paced and the teacher was impossible only complaining and without correcting me step by step. Is that her method? I just have to try until I get it by miracle? I need help! Thx

Hmm. Some teachers may like to go faster than others. But it’s okay to ask for clarification or help if you need it. If you need her to go over a step in detail, just ask her, and if she’s a good teacher, she’ll break it down for you! Is it that things are difficult or she just moves fast? Either way, asking her to slow down and clarify shouldn’t be too much of an issue!

Tuesday Jul 22 @ 10:26pm
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