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ANTHONY NAKHLE DANCING HIS WAY TO THE TOP

Dancing is poetry with arms and legs.
Charles Baudelaire

Anthony, how long have you been dancing?

I was eight years old when it all began. Now I’m 21 years old, so 13 years.

How did your journey begin? What inspired you to become a dancer?

My dad was a sports coach; he took me with him to basketball and football classes. One day he took me with him and during practice he told me to attend a hip-hop class, just to try it out. After class, the teacher, Laurice, who also taught at Caracalla, told my father that I was very talented and

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