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Not Another Brick in the Wall

Over the weekend, Studio Scene had its inaugural annual concert entitled, "Not another Brick in the Wall 2007". I was there during the dress rehearsal and the first performance on Friday night. The concert is a collaboration of all the genres of dance taught at Studio Scene. Performances ranged from Jazz Ballet to Modern Dance to Salsa to Hip Hop.

Hats off to the organisers and crew of the concert on such a superb production. But a special salute to the kids from Studio Scene who put up such spectacular performances in front of a thoroughly thrilled audience! I found myself clapping enthusiastically with the crowd after every performance as well!

I certainly look forward to next year's extravaganza!


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