In December, we had our first New Dances Performance at Juilliard in the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre. We’ve been working on this piece from the beginning of the school year so we were really excited to finally be able to perform it. Our piece was really well received and I’m so grateful to have been … Read more Kaine’s progress – December ’17 and January ’18
November has certainly been a very busy month filled with rehearsals for ‘New Dances’, our first big show at Juilliard, and our first performance in the schools prestigious ‘Peter jay Sharp Theatre’. Having the opportunity to work with Bryan Arias on this piece has been such an amazing experience. His process has given me such … Read more Kaine – Exciting November
And it’s already the end of October… Time is FLYING by! It literally feels as if I’m watching the seasons change right in front of me from my dorm window. The fact that I live in New York city is slowly starting to sink in although I don’t think that it will ever be possible … Read more Dancing the dream: Kaine – October 2017
Just over a month has passed since I arrived in New York City to begin my journey at the prestigious Juilliard School. I have already made lifelong friendships with the class of 2021 and I feel so honoured to be able to dance alongside them every day. In the past few weeks I have learnt … Read more Kaine – The first month in NYC.
New York…. We’ve been here before – several times, but it’s a city that just never, ever gets old. Our visit this time is largely because G wanted to see the Statue of Liberty… She knows she’s been here before – she’s seen the pictures (We started and ended our cross country tour of America and … Read more New York, New York, USA
While we were in Fairbanks, we decided to spend a few days at Chena Hot Springs. I’m really glad we did! Founded over 100 years ago, Chena Hot Springs is the most developed hot springs destination in Alaska. And G does love hot springs! There are so many things to do here. These are our … Read more Chena Hot Springs, Alaska
We arrived in Fairbanks on the Alaska train. Lots of people take the winter train up, stay overnight and then leave by plane the next morning, so our arrival didn’t raise too many eyebrows. … We, however, are not most people. We are not leaving Fairbanks – we are sticking around to explore. This is … Read more Fairbanks, Alaska
Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city and a strategic hub for many airlines… less than 10 hours from 90% of the industrialised world. So it’s the natural starting point for a first time visitor to Alaska. It is not, however, the capital of Alaska.. that is Juneau which lies to the south East of the state. … Read more Anchorage, Alaska