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I run a ballet school in London and in the past my higher level/older pupils and I have had difficulty finding enough classes at this level (partly due to hall availability and finding enough committed pupils to cover costs).  I am referring to Intermediate Foundation / Intermediate level classes (including non syllabus and body conditioning and stretch).  In the past it has been necessary to outsource my pupils to other teachers/classes in London.  But I am delighted to announce that this has changed recently, and I have managed to secure some more hall space and have some very committed pupils who are attending regular classes at my venue, the Broomwood Methodist Church hall, where I now run classes at Intermediate Foundation/ Intermediate/ Body Conditioning and Stretch,  on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.  Four of my pupils are currently attending the Royal Ballet Associate classes too and they have found the extra classes very helpful.  I have some wonderful teachers Cecchetti/RAD/Vaganova managing these lessons; and we are keen to promote our classes as we feel that high level classes for this standard in London can be difficult to find.  If you are a parent looking for more classes please feel free to get in touch; if you are a teacher and would like to work collaboratively to help your pupils progress I would be happy to discuss a 'working relationship' with you.  angelina@vacani.com , The Vacani School of Dance

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Hello Vacani, welcome to the forum.  Firstly, I have edited your thread title as it initially looked as though you were seeking classes in London, rather than providing them.


Secondly, in line with our forum rules on commercial posts (see below), can I ask you please to add your commercial contact details into your profile signature?  Many thanks.




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