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Contemporary classes in South Wales


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I recently wanted to find new local contemporary classes for my daughter and with a bit of a web trawl, looking beyond the usual dance schools in the area I found classes that are aimed at adults  but suitable for older teens and are a good standard of contemporary training so handy as a way to complement other training or as an occasional filler. I hadn't been aware of for example in our area there is a small contemporary dance company that offer a weekly class and a hotyoga studio doing occasional dance workshops - one with a company dancer with Matthew Bourne which was excellent.  So I guess it may be worth taking a look at whether there are similar things popping up where you are??  We are in Cambridge so it could be completely unrepresentative!

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Also meant to say that if your interest is simply buillding up knowledge/experience of contemporary- if you are near a University town there could be a dance society/club there that may be worth investigating as they are sometmes happy to have other keen people involved.

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Thank you for the reply. Unfortunately classes are on a Sunday and I work a Sunday so I can't do it:/ thank you for looking though x

Oh that's a shame. I remember now; work also clashed with your Ballet associates, didn't it? :-(

 

Guessing you couldn't swap shifts so that you work on a Friday evening or Saturday?

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anaballerina, are you on Facebook? If so search for the group Cardiff Dance, it's usually updated with classes etc in Cardiff and surrounding regions. It's been quite a while since I took contemporary class in the 'diff, and Rubicon was the last place I went to but they don't seem to be running contemporary this term: http://www.rubicondance.co.uk/. Might be worth getting in contact with them, though? Earthfall usually run CPD classes and you could also give The Gate a try...

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