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Seahorse Victoria – Kalman Warhaft, Inclusion, Ballet, Adult Classes

Tonight, Greer begins by introducing Kalman Warhaft, who at a very young age, was introduced to ballet, quickly and enthusiastically realising that it was something he wanted to learn, which while still very young, progressed to knowing that he wanted to become a professional dancer.

During the early learning years, Kalman thrived on being the unique or the special one, as he was often the only boy in the class.

Later progressing to full time training after successfully auditioning for the Australia Ballet School, he recognised that he had finally found his tribe; same beliefs, same work ethics, same love of the art form; no longer special or unique; finally, included.

With his professional career done, Kalman thought to pass onto the next generation, the primal instinctive of dance which he loves.

We then meet two pupils of the Ballet School, Elisabeth Lane and Tania Prentice, who tell us why they choose to join a ballet school, how they found a school which offered adult classes, and the inclusive benefits they have experienced.

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