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Level 1 Ages 9 - 11 and Boys Masterclasses


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Recently we had our annual Ballet Associates audition/assessment day, and are really happy to have been able to move our highest number of students up to the next level owing to so many Level 3 students being offered places at vocational schools and colleges. 

This means that we now have some places that have become available in our Level 1 Ballet Associates classes for girls and boys aged 9 – 11 years old - as well as places in our Saturday Boys Only afternoon Masterclasses for boys aged from 11 years old.

If you are not already aware of Ballet Associates, we run on a monthly basis in central Leicester, with classes being taught by former Principal dancer of The Royal Ballet Company Graham Fletcher. We are a relatively small, friendly and very welcoming Associates programme, and Graham’s classes are very much focused on building confidence, providing inspiration and enjoyment and developing technique together with performance.

If you would like to know more you can get in contact with Graham Fletcher directly via the Ballet Associates contact page, or you are very welcome to contact me here through BalletcoForum.

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Hello BalletAssociates and welcome to the Forum!


In accordance with the Acceptable Use Policy could I please ask you to add a signature to your profile?


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