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The feeling of unison in the halls was contagious.
Posted: June 20by Thomas Leprohon/Canada's National Ballet School
Genius, mad, daring, intelligent. Call it what you will, Assemblée Internationale is a revolutionary concept that is changing the relationship between dance schools.
I've made so many new friends.
Posted: May 02by Ryan Vetter/Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet School
Audio Blog: The AI has been a really good experience and it's something that younger dancers should look forward to in the future.
It's been exciting and fun!
Posted: May 02by Robyn Clarke/Canada's National Ballet School
Audio Blog: We've gotten to see costumes and wardrobe work from all over the world.
It's an honor to be invited to attend!
Posted: May 01by Jason Beechey/Palucca Hochschule für Tanz Dresden (Palucca School)
Audio Blog: The impact of the AI event on our students is amazing!
What is it like being a student choreographer for the AI 13?
Posted: May 01by Cassandra Martin/Canada's National Ballet School
Audio Blog: It's interesting to see how people from around the world act and respond to corrections and to different voices of teaching.
What are you performing for the Ballet Traditionally Timeless – Program A?
Posted: April 30by Aljoscha Lenz/Ballettschule des Hamburg Ballett (School of The HAMBURG BALLET)
We’re doing Spring and Fall, choreography by John Neumeier.
It’s so great to open up our minds and have that inspiration from people our age
Posted: April 30by Hayley Page/Ballettschule des Hamburg Ballett (School of The HAMBURG BALLET)
It’s been a really great opportunity to work with different teachers in such an inspiring environment.
The schools invited to participate in the Assemblée International 2013 are those with whom NBS has a long standing history of co-operation developed over the past twenty years...
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