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Thank you for checking out my blog. Its a little wonky in that its not always about the dancewear. Its not always about the dance world and some times its not even about ballet, its

Guest Post: En POinte with Emma: College Audtions

Emma asked us to share her experiences auditioning for college dance programs. Auditions are a major part of every dancer's life. Her is Emma's perspective. We wish you all the best Emma! College Audition #1:

Balanchine’s Borscht

For some reason my local library only had ballet books about Balanchine's company, New York City Ballet. I found Once a Dancer by Allegra Kent there when I was about 13. My high school library

September Fast 2019

Time to fast again! I m writing this on the 25th of this month. My longest fasting streak was five days. That might be the longest I get. As I write I'm feeling head achy

Sarah Lund Resume

Sarah K. Richards (Lund) 1167 East Bueno Ave. Salt Lake City UT. 84102 801-386-2680, gollybeanhead@gmail.com EDUCATION December 2011 • BFA Music and Music Education University of Utah 2012 • Ongoing study in the Vaganova method

Isabella Mudrick

Dancer at Skye Ballet Center I feel the smooth ribbon rub against my fingertips as I tuck them against my ankles. I stand, rising up on pointe and rocking back and forth on my feet,

Emma Horio: Why Do You Dance?

Why do you dance? When I was nine years old, I attended my first ballet class. Why? Because my mom signed me up. Every Wednesday at 5:30, I walked into the studio and did simple