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Saturday, September 9, 2017

Saturday Old Things Statute

Saturday Old Things Statute

It is easy to become complacent about steps, dance styles and choreography that you have done thousands of times before. This is when your dancing life is at risk of becoming stale, and inspiration dries up. It helps to remember Ballet Statute #91: Think about old things in new ways.”

Teachers and Directors can help a lot with this, but it is up to each individual dancer to help themselves, too. Read ballet books and blogs, take class from someone new – or take an entirely different class like jazz or African if you never have before. Take an art class! Seek out new things and new ideas.

In other words, shake things up a bit. Broaden your experience and it will soon be second nature to thing about old things in new ways.

From the Big Blue Book of Ballet Secrets
Ballet Statute #91:
Think about old things in new ways.”

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“If you want something new, you have to stop doing something old”
Peter F. Drucker

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