The I. V. Psota Ballet School opens registration for talent auditions for the new school year

1 July 2022, 2:00
The I. V. Psota Ballet School opens registration for talent auditions for the new school year

The I. V. Psota Ballet School is opening registration for children’s courses for the school year 2022/2023. Talent tests will cover all the ballet school’s courses for children and will take place in early September 2022.

The admissions committee will include representatives of the Dance Conservatory Brno and the head of the NdB Ballet MgA. Mário Radačovský. It is not possible to enroll in the ballet school after the beginning of the school year, i.e. during the school year, as the enrolment condition is the talent entrance exams announced in September. The capacity of the courses is limited.

Classes are focused on ballet and dance training, correct posture and strengthening of the body, perception of music and rhythm. It is designed for girls and boys as young as 4 years old. Classes take place once or twice a week in the afternoon in the professional rehearsal rooms of the National Theatre Ballet Brno. Children have the opportunity to dance in ballets such as The Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty, or Cinderella.

Courses for children:

  • Ballet games for little ones (from 4 to 6 years old) once a week 45 min.
  • 1 – 6 years, 1 – 2 times a week, 60-90 min.

Talent auditions for the 2022/2023 school year will be held on September 3, 2022.

All registrants will receive instructions regarding the exam process via email the week of the exams. Results will be announced within 3 business days.

Registration for the talent exams for the children’s courses can be found HEREIf you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at: skola@ndbrno.cz.

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