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Jan McNulty

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From the bbodance website:  https://bbo.dance/component/civicrm/?task=civicrm/event/info&reset=1&id=415





The Nutcracker Repertoire Masterclasses — Classical Ballet with Laetitia Lo Sardo


This December, students age 6 to 18 have the chance to experience repertoire from the ballet classic, The Nutcracker, taught by Laetitia Lo Sardo.



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Laetitia is a former Soloist with Birmingham Royal Ballet and a winner of the prestigious Prix de Lausanne international competition. An accomplished pedagogue and dance teacher, she will adapt the Nutcracker choreography to suit the abilities of students of various age groups.

The masterclasses are open to all young dancers, not just bbodance students, and places are strictly limited.

To register, choose the most appropriate age group at checkout. We hope you have a great time!

Age groups & Class times:

  • Ages 6-7 — 10.15-11.30am
  • Ages 8-10 — 11.45am-1pm
  • Ages 11-13 — 1.45-3.15pm
  • Ages 14 & over — 3.30-5pm


The masterclasses will take place in BRB Studio 5.

When:  December 5th, 2021 10:15 AM through  5:00 PM
Birmingham Royal Ballet
Thorp Street
Birmingham, WMD B5 4AU
United Kingdom
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Event Fee(s)
Event Fee(s)  
Ages 6-7 £ 20.00
Ages 8-10 £ 20.00
Ages 11-13 £ 27.50
Ages 14-18 £ 27.50

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Looks great.  I've done a couple of Laetitia's adult zoom repertoire workshops and she's a great teacher and has a really clear way of explaining how to do the moves, as well as bringing in musicality.  They're not easy but I really have enjoyed them as a challenge.  

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