This post is going to be a long one…..
Last weekend, I went to the Music Museum in Paris. In fact, this music museum is located quite far from my place, inside a music school. The architecture of this whole building reminds me a lot of Ecole de Danse (Paris Opera Ballet School). The two buildings were built by the same architecte: Christian de Portzamparc, that’s why J I like this style of architecture, spacious, plenty of sunlight inside the building, and the interior design is nice too.
The music museum itself was much bigger than what I imagined, displaying a lot of different instruments from all periods. I only took pictures of the pianos/harpsichords surely because piano is my second passion.
And this one is certainly one of my favourite museums. I spent a whole afternoon in this music museum and I was very happy. At that moment, I realized how much I love music. After this visit, I really want to continue learning in music and in piano. That could help me in my ballet career too.
I have been looking at my old photos/videos and wanted to share some interesting ones that I didn’t put on this blog.
Firstly, in the last video shooting for the Mairie de Paris for tourism promotion, the producer was actually a famous one! Jalil Lespert, the producer of the film Yves Saint Laurent that I loved. Here’s a photo with him and with another dancer who participated in the shooting with me. I really can’t wait to see the outcome!
Around two months ago, I was invited to a Hongkongers’ event in a nice hotel just near Opera Garnier. I was so happy to meet so many Hongkongers living in Paris that I had never met before.
Now that my last performance of the season is over, I think about how wonderful my first year as a professional dancer has been. Apart from different adventures in dancing, the most rewarding thing for me is that I passed my Baccalaureat exam. This is a huge relieve for me because this means I will have more time to do what I’d like to do next year. And I found a little video of myself studying hard during a whole afternoon.
I am ready for Hong Kong now, departing in 3 days!!! Can't wait!!!