Stay at The Royal Ballet School

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The prestigious ballet school is once again collaborating with Valencia Endanza by offering a stay of several days

We are pleased to announce that The Royal Ballet School, one of the most prestigious ballet schools in the world, is offering a stay of several days for a student of Valencia Endanza’s Classical programme.

During this period, the selected person will be able to receive classes at The Royal Ballet School. The grant of the stay will be subject to there being a candidate who fits the profile required by The Royal Ballet School. The stays will be announced at the Closing Gala of Valencia Endanza 2021, which will take place on 31 July and will be attended by the participants of the 12th edition of our international course.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the director of The Royal Ballet School, Christopher Powney, for continuing to support this stay, which gives students their first contact with his famous school.

As always, we encourage you to keep an eye on our social networks to find out all the news about the 12th edition of Valencia Endanza, which will take place from 19 to 31 July at the Mas Camarena resort (and with a rigorous anti-Covid protocol). See you in Valencia Endanza!

A brief note about The Royal Ballet School…

Founded in 1926 by Dame Ninette de Valois, The Royal Ballet School is one of the most prestigious classical ballet training centres in the world. For generations, it has trained internationally renowned dancers and choreographers such as Margot Fonteyn, Anya Linden, Kenneth MacMillan, Lynn Seymour, David Wall, Antoinette Sibley, Anthony Dowell, Marguerite Porter, Stephen Jefferies, Darcey Bussell and Jonathan Cope.

Many of the current figures at The Royal Ballet have passed through its classrooms, such as Lauren Cuthbertson, Steven McRae and Edward Watson, and choreographers such as Christopher Wheeldon, among others.

Admission to the school is based solely on talent and potential, regardless of academic ability or personal circumstances, and 89% of current students rely on financial support to attend the school.

The school offers carefully structured dance training over eight years, together with an extensive academic programme, providing students with the best possible education to equip them for a career in dance.