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A glance into dance industry

At RSB we approach training holistically to ensure that our students are fully equipped to pursue a career in dance.  An important part of this training is mental preparation to…
Adult Ballet Classes at Russian School of Ballet

CLASSICAL RUSSIAN BALLET CLASSES FOR ADULTS

YOUR BEST BALLET MOVES ARE UNFOLDING Classical Russian ballet has a distinct magical charm that works wonders on children and adults, alike. The sensational moves that attract the audience, conquer…
Dance World Cup 1st place 2017

Character Dance – exciting facet of ballet training

Character dance is a specialised subdivision of classical ballet.  It evolved from various national or folk dances and was incorporated as part of ballet aesthetics. Character dance is considered an…
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Dancing takes her to Russia

Jade Brummer, who recently obtained 1st place for Ballet Solo at the Dance World Cup, is getting ready to perform in St.Petersburg, Russia. Here is an article about her journey,…
RSB Pre-Professional Division

Dance shops in the area

Looking for a dance shop to buy ballet clothes for your dancer? Here is a list of shops that our families use: Shaftesbury Avenue Dance and Theatre Accessories Highly recommended…
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Dance World Cup success!

Congratulations to our talented, hard-working students! We are very proud of all our dancers – great results at the Dance World Cup qualifiers this year! Congratulations on all your performances…

Winter Intensives 2018

Winter Camp (9-11yrs) Join us for an exciting adventure into the world of ballet, with daily classes in ballet technique, choreography, ballet history, acting, lessons in nutrition and crafts. •…
Russian School of Ballet New registrations

New student registration 2018

Registration for the 2018 is now open to new students, and will be accepted as long as space is available in a class. Find out more about classes offered at…
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