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Russian Ballet History

Did Ballet Originate in Russia?

Russian Ballet History & 7 Facts You Never Knew   Ballet is one of the most graceful art forms in the world. It combines storytelling, music, and dance to create an amazing experience. While many people know the amount of

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Applauding our dancers

It feels like a long time ago, but it was only at the beginning of March when some of our dancers competed in the Dance World Cup. They all looked beautiful, gave their very best on stage and made the Russian

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DisDANCING at Russian School of Ballet

During the social distancing and lockdown times, the Russian School of Ballet continues offering classes online. A big Thank You to all the parents for their support in getting the online classes working. Your continued feedback is most appreciated. And

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10 tips for training at home

At the Russian School of Ballet – as tricky as it has been to adapt to small and sometimes awkward home spaces – our students have made significant progress in these past 6 weeks.

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Russian School of Ballet presents The Golden Key

PARKHURST, JOHANNESBURG (October 3, 2019) – The Russian School of Ballet presents its new ballet – The Golden Key or The Adventures of Buratino in November, 2019 at the Roodepoort Main Theatre. Ballet dancers will delight audiences with Russian-inspired classical

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On Point to Russia

We are very proud of and happy for our Level 4 students, Dane Visagie and Talisa Pillay. They got accepted to the Moscow University, and will be studying in the Choreography departement. Living and studying in the Russian capital –

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The theme for RSB new ballet unveiled

Who is Buratino? Buratino is the main character of the book The Golden Key, or the Adventures of Buratino (1936) by famous Russian writer Aleksey Tolstoy. The story is based on the 1883 Italian novel The Adventures of Pinocchio by

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Russian Ballet History

Did Ballet Originate in Russia?

Russian Ballet History & 7 Facts You Never Knew   Ballet is one of the most graceful art forms in the world. It combines storytelling, music, and dance to create an amazing experience. While many people know the amount of

Read More »
Contemporary_Advanced_DWC

Applauding our dancers

It feels like a long time ago, but it was only at the beginning of March when some of our dancers competed in the Dance World Cup. They all looked beautiful, gave their very best on stage and made the Russian

Read More »

DisDANCING at Russian School of Ballet

During the social distancing and lockdown times, the Russian School of Ballet continues offering classes online. A big Thank You to all the parents for their support in getting the online classes working. Your continued feedback is most appreciated. And

Read More »

10 tips for training at home

At the Russian School of Ballet – as tricky as it has been to adapt to small and sometimes awkward home spaces – our students have made significant progress in these past 6 weeks.

Read More »

Russian School of Ballet presents The Golden Key

PARKHURST, JOHANNESBURG (October 3, 2019) – The Russian School of Ballet presents its new ballet – The Golden Key or The Adventures of Buratino in November, 2019 at the Roodepoort Main Theatre. Ballet dancers will delight audiences with Russian-inspired classical

Read More »
Ballet_classes_for_adults

On Point to Russia

We are very proud of and happy for our Level 4 students, Dane Visagie and Talisa Pillay. They got accepted to the Moscow University, and will be studying in the Choreography departement. Living and studying in the Russian capital –

Read More »

The theme for RSB new ballet unveiled

Who is Buratino? Buratino is the main character of the book The Golden Key, or the Adventures of Buratino (1936) by famous Russian writer Aleksey Tolstoy. The story is based on the 1883 Italian novel The Adventures of Pinocchio by

Read More »