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  1. My Dd is away at vocational school in yr11 so obviously thinking about auditioning for upper schools. Her school has arranged a time slot to take their audition photographs for the applications next weekend but the problem we have is a couple of schools don't open their applications until October so we can't see which positions are needed for the application form, does anybody know the positions are required for applying to Central and Rambert please.
  2. Hi all. After picking up Darcey Bussell's excellent photo book at a talk and book signing, I've quite enjoyed building up a bit of a mini-collection of some of the other ballet photo books that are floating around. I've grabbed the Andrej Uspenski Dancers: Behind The Scenes With The Royal Ballet (which is a wonderful thing ), as well as The Royal Ballet: In House and Pas De Deux: The Royal Ballet In Pictures. Next on my list is The Royal Ballet: 161 Images which I'm particularly looking forward to as Johan Persson's photos frequently stunning. I've also scooped up the Natalia Ospiova: Becoming A Swan and the Birmingham Royal Ballet collection. So, I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations or suggestions of books to look for next? I'm not overly fussed about them being UK companies, and I tend to prefer the behind-the-scenes photos to performance ones. Any tips gratefully received! Thanks!
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