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 Post subject: Difference between the classical and contemporary ballet
PostPosted: Mon Jan 01, 2007 3:36 pm 
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Hello everyone,

I'm an final year student majoring in Interior Architecture and Design. I am currently doing a design project and using movement from classical and contemporary ballet as my concept.

To be honest, I have no knowledge about ballet or dance whatsoever and would really appreciate if you could help me list the differences between the spatial contexts for classical and contemporary ballet.
What are their unique features?

Would really appreciate it if i can get as many replies as soon as possible...

Thank you

SR

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