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Dancing lessons in Hamburg (Germany)
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Author:  Aiste [ Sat Aug 12, 2006 7:32 am ]
Post subject:  Dancing lessons in Hamburg (Germany)

I am new to this forum. In October and November 2006 I will be staying in Hamburg (Germany) and I would appreciate very much if anyone could recommend to me some dance classes to attend in this town (in order not to lose the shape and, hopefully, to learn something new :) ).
I am 29 and I have been dancing both ballet and contemporary dance for about 13 years now. This is just a hobby - I have never done it professionally. However I really love it and as a non-professional I'm quite good at it (well, at least I think so :) - in some years I managed to take 4-5 weekly classes and I also have some teaching and choreographing experience).
Especially I am interested in taking contemporary dance classes (various techniques).

Thanks in advance for any information.

Author:  Berry [ Thu Sep 07, 2006 5:07 am ]
Post subject:  hamburg dance classes

you could also look for an answer in the german forum

There is also an englisch board[/quote]

Author:  Aiste [ Fri Sep 29, 2006 8:51 am ]
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Thank you for trying to help me. Unfortunately my German is not good enough to use the German forum. However I found a couple of dance schools using that link.
I wonder whether anyone could comment on Lola Rogge school or Contemporary Dance School Hamburg (the level of the dance classes, etc.)

Author:  Diane [ Sun Oct 01, 2006 4:08 am ]
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There is also an English part in that forum - called English board. :D

If you contact the school you are interested in, they most certainly also would be able to answer any questions you have regarding levels.
Also, most people in Germany do speak at rudimentary English.


Author:  Diane [ Mon Oct 02, 2006 2:49 am ]
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Hi, here is the address to the English version of the German board.
There is more there than just the forum. :wink:


Author:  Aiste [ Wed Oct 18, 2006 4:43 am ]
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Hi, the English board of that forum was really helpful - that you!


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