by Andreas Kaas, Student, Royal Danish Ballet School
During our workflow in terms of our choreography, it was a super course. It was two of my friends, two girls who had made the choreography and it was really good.
There was a good atmosphere when we did it and all eight people who would carry out the choreography also made some suggestions for how we could even get the most out of the movements, etc. They had done such that I should help them make the boys part in the choreography, which meant I had to make some of the steps and help to make it all go up in a higher unity. And I think it was fun to try to be the one who would instruct the others.
The difference between what the two peers who would instruct us and two adults were different! There’s just more discipline when it’s an adult, where it sometimes was such… How you say it… not serious, but when people gets tired after working for several hours in a row, you can’t get around. But overall, it has been super to us “children” to have the possibility of a choreographed piece which we can show to others in something as big as the Assemblée Internationale in Canada soon! It will be cool.
We have also shown our choreography for some of our school and we got very positive response. They think it was pretty cool and it was really nice to do.