I had the pleasure of spending my weekend watching the most talented group of performers! A little over a year ago, my daughter was introduced to Aerial Dance. It was love at first sight. Little did I know that we would be spending 15 hours a week in training just a year later. It has been worth every penny and every minute of it.
Sometimes artists seem to live in a world of their own. Dancers are no exception. They are focused. They are disciplined. They are sensitive to all sight, sound, and smell around them. That can make them funny at times, and impossible to manage at times. They are willing to work long hours to seek perfection in something they love. They will go days with little food or sleep to gracefully fly across the stage smiling and making look easy, what only a few of us can manage to do. Aerial dancers have the strength of a body builder and the grace of a ballerina. That is what first attracted Cadence and me to Caroline Calouche and Co. and that is what keeps me convinced that this is a good match for Cadence.
In a very short time my daughter has built a bond with dancers from the ages of 10 to 60. She is the youngest in the Ensemble, whose members range in age from 12 to 18. The majority of the adult dancers range in age from 20 to 35. They are exceptional role models. Though from a range of backgrounds and educations, they all come together as family for a common goal: to make the show extraordinary! Extraordinary it was! Clara’s Trip is an aerial view of the famous Nutcracker story. For you it is a must-see Christmas Story, and for Cadence and me, it is a must have addition to our lives to be part of the CC and Co. dance family.
CC and Me
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