|Chatting before Contemporary class.|
After the warm-up class, Salem's first "proper" class of the day was Contemporary with Anita Hunziker.
He really enjoyed this class and said that Anita was a great teacher.
Contemporary class (1)
Salem did very well to travel into Wellington every day and the get home between 7.15 and 7.30 pm, eat dinner, tell me how his classes went and then off to bed ready to be woken up at 5.45 am for his cup of tea and to get ready for the day. Out the door for the 6.15 am bus,then on the train where he ate his breakfast.
Contemporary class (2)
On the last day parents were allowed to watch the classes which was great.
It's really good to see what they have learnt and what they need to work on.
And of course it's a good experience to learn from different teachers. Salem's a bit spoilt in that way.
I'm not sure yet if Salem will be going to next years Wellington Summer School as I think the Boys' Ballet Summer School in Sydney is more important for him to attend. He really needs classes that are just for boys.
Contemporary class (3)
Unfortunately when being the only boy in a class full of girls, you miss being taught how to dance like a man.
Salem is lucky now as his teachers, Jonty, Jacqui and Michelle are concentrating on Salem standing, gesturing and dancing like a (young) man.
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The contemporary class this year really inspired Salem and he has since choreographed a contemporary dance to "In the Shadows" by The Rasmus. He will be doing this dance at competitions this year.
It is very different to his old contemporary dance "Du Hast".
Well, I seem to be have had better luck uploading everything tonight even though it is sooooo slow!!!!!
All the videos which are on this post are not on You Tube.
Contemporary class (5)