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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2006 11:04 am 
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It is educational and interesting to read posts in this discussion. Good to know that there are people who are thinking about ways to progress the art of ballet utilizing the modern ideas and technology.
I hope that this new service which we developed at Dancing Star Audition will serve the noble cause.
Here is briefly what we do: a dancer of any level from beginner to professional can send us by mail or upload a video with his or her composition. We present this video to one or several selected professionals from all over the world who evaluate the performance and write an evaluation. Because all the communication is done online it is totally irrelevant where the dancer and mentors are located geographically. The only requirement is to have access to internet, or telephone and mail.

Please check our site http://www.dancingstaraudition.com and I hope to hear the opinion of the community from this forum.

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