A New Year Celebration at The Elmhurst Ballet School

Wednesday 23 January 2019

6.00 pm

Join us for a special evening at the Elmhurst Ballet School, Edgbaston, Birmingham. A world-renowned centre of excellence working in association with Birmingham Royal Ballet.

 

This new school is specifically designed to meet the requirements of professional dance training, with all facilities spread across a five-acre campus.

 

"Live, Dance, Learn: these are the three strands of life at Elmhurst, where we offer the highest standard of dance training, combined with a strong academic education and a caring environment."

 

Jessica Wheeler, Principal.

 

The school delivers expert ballet training in their state of the art facilities enhanced by opportunities to work with visiting artistes and choreographers to enable the most versatile ballet experience.

 

It prepares students for professional careers in ballet and allied dance genres.

 

 

Timings

 

6.00 - 7.15 pm - Reception wine and soft drinks by the foyer.

 

7.15 - Address by Robert Parker, Director and Jessica Wheeler, Principal.

   

 Followed by a 20-minute performance in the studio theatre and a buffet with wine/ soft drinks in the foyer.

 

9.00pm - Departure

 

Members £20/ Non-Members £25

 

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What's New!

IMPORTANT

 
Change of date:
 
The lecture Mad Men and Artists by Tony at Rawlings will now take place on Tuesday 29th October at 7.00pm
 
It will be preceded by the Annual General Meeting at 6.45pm

 

OUT AND ABOUT

 

Chatsworth House Christmas Decorations

Tuesday 19 November, 2019

 

BITE SIZE BRUM

Bite Size Brum Programme for 2019/2020

 

A Backstage Tour of the Rep

Thursday 7 November 2019

 

St Mary's Convent, Handsworth Visit

Thursday 5 December 2019

 

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Visit

Tuesday 14 January 2010

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