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Success for talented Prima Stage School students

 

EYB studentsFive Prima Stage School students have had great success this year and their talent has been supported by the tmactive Prima Rising Stars fund.

Four students have successfully auditioned for the prestigious English Youth Ballet. Holly Edwards (12) and Inaya Fraser (10) will take part in the Swan Lake production at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley on 28 and 29 August. Emily Bradley (16), Eliza Marshall (10) and Inaya will also be taking part in The Nutcracker at the Hawth Theatre, Crawley on 19 and 20 November.

Additionally, Inaya has been accepted as a Junior Associate (JA) for the Royal Ballet School and Amy Comber has been offered a place on the national CAT scheme (Centre of Advanced Training) at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. Both the Royal Ballet JAs and the CAT scheme allow students to continue regular classes at Prima whilst enjoying enhanced training at these prestigious centres. Furthermore, Amy has been nominated by two examiners in recent International Dance Teacher’s association exam sessions for Ballet Intermediate and Modern Jazz (Gde 4) and will attend the international Awards in Manchester next year.

These talented dancers have been provided with financial support from the tmactive Prima Rising Stars fund. The fund gives talented young performers the support they need to reach their potential, explore their creativity and hone their craft. The Fund is awarded to students in recognition of outstanding achievement or promise in dance, music and drama. Worth up to £1,000 per individual, the fund allows students to access training, pay for tuition and cover travel expenses to auditions and events that will progress/develop their talent.

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