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1.4. Are there any other ballet/modern groups?




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This article is from the Ballet and Modern Dance FAQ, by Tom Parsons twp@panix.com with numerous contributions by others.

1.4. Are there any other ballet/modern groups?

No; this is it. But there is a ballet chat group on the New York
Times board, accessible though America OnLine. To access it,

1) On the AOL "Main Menu", go to "Entertainment"
2) On the right side of the "aol.entertainment" menu, there is
"the index", scroll down to "New York Times @times" file
and click on.
3) At the "welcome to NY times" menu, click on "Message Boards"
at the bottom.
4) A the "@times message boards" menu, click on "list categories"
at lower left.
5) Scroll down till you see "Music & Dance", and click on it.
6) Scroll down and you will find the following categories:
"Ballet Students"
"Gone Dancing"
"Dance Styles, Dance Careers"
"The Ballet"
"Singers, Dancers, Musicians"
(This information supplied by Danczarina@aol.com.)

There is also a mailing list, called the Dance Ballet Mailing List. (The
following information is supplied by Rocio C. Barraza Rivacoba.) Its
description is as follows:

Dance Ballet is a general discussion group about classical dance and
ballet, made up of professional dancers, directors, students,
instructors, choreographers, dance artists & photographers, studio
owners and many others.

To subscribe, go to
http://www.danceart.com/dblist.htm
and fill out the questionnaire. It's not very demanding (essentially, all
you must do is be interested in dance).


 

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