Vocational Ballet Training For Highly Employable Dancers
Does your child have what it takes to become a professional ballerina?
Although there’s undeniably a magical quality to the world of ballet, it’s also hard work: it takes around 8-10 years to train to become a professional ballerina. It’s crucial that they have a love and passion for dance which will override all the challenges involved.
Working as a ballerina involves plenty of stamina and it can also be competitive, which is why the best vocational training is crucial.
With our vocational ballet training in Dublin, your child will learn all the skills needed to thrive as a dancer in the modern world.
With strong ties to schools and companies all over the world, Monica Loughman Elite Ballet Academy can offer your child exceptional opportunities. We train both boys and girls to international standards, with many of our students now working at theatres in Russia and elsewhere in Europe.
It’s best to start as early as possible if your child wishes to become a ballerina. Our elite dance academy is currently enrolling children aged 5 and plus, but we also help to train older dancers.
Find out more about our vocational ballet training in Ireland, or don’t hesitate to contact our team today.
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