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Q: How do I contact any RAD ballet teachers in Xian who would like to tutor privately?

I would like to hire a ballet teacher, for both individual private tutoring, and as an after school activity for a group of international students. It is imperative that the teacher have taught foreign students before, as the requirements are different from the local students' ballet classes. An RAD syllabus background would be great, but I would also look at the Russian Method (Vaganova).

10 years 19 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Xi'an

 
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Hahahaha....irena i hope your dancing is less hamfisted than your 18 attempts to wring some cash from a 6 year old post.

Might i suggest you come to china to work as a DJ/model/dancer/hooker like the other half of yhe eastern bloc.

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you can try 3 ways, upscale gym or fitness centers will have ballet teachers, you could checkout the top schools in your city (long shot) , look for a performance and try your luck (even longer shot) so just find one at a gym

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you can contact me through mail. email id is : 1470042741@qq.com

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Hahahaha....irena i hope your dancing is less hamfisted than your 18 attempts to wring some cash from a 6 year old post.

Might i suggest you come to china to work as a DJ/model/dancer/hooker like the other half of yhe eastern bloc.

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