Since the day I could walk, I was dancing. On every tune I heard on the TV, for example commercials, I danced. In my bedroom I gave my stuffed animals a show every day before I went to sleep. My niece, who is two months older than me, also loved dancing. So when we were 4 years old, we started with dance lessons at the same school we´re still in till this day.
The first 6 years I had classical ballet lessons once a week and a performance almost every year. When I was 10 years old I also had choreography lessons, so I started to learn how to make my own dances. I really loved that, because when I felt sad or happy, I could always express myself in a dance. I also loved that I could choose my own music that matched my mood. It was the first time I had a performance with my own choreography that year. That was also the year that I realised I really wanted to do something with dance in the future.
When I was 12 years old, I wanted to find out what kind of style fitted me the most, so I decided on taking dance mix lessons at my dancing school. So every once in a while we tried a new style. We gave a lot of performances in our town with our group and we were all really passionate about dancing.
After 2 years of mix dance lessons, I decided jazz/modern dancing was my thing. So at the age of 14 I only focused on these styles and I still am. In June I have my last performance with this dancing school, because next year I will go to another, more professional dancing school. I want to grow more and this school had taught me everything to where I am now, but can´t teach me more than this. And sometimes you just need to let things go, to start something new.
Tell us if you have started some new project in your life recently?
Lily~Rose & Kiki~Jane
“We should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once.”