If your dream has always been to enchant an audience with the sheer beauty of your graceful movements, what are you waiting for? You can do it in Madrid! Put on your pointe shoes, slip into a leotard and head to one of the great ballet schools we found for you in the capital of Spain.
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International Ballet School and Dance Centre
Open since 1979, the International Ballet School was founded by Yvonne Hunt, a graduate of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing of London.
It evaluates students based on the Cecchetti Method (made famous by one of the greatest ballet dancers of all time, Enrico Cecchetti) and will give you the opportunity to perform in theatres two times per season.
With highly qualified teachers and an offer that includes not only classic ballet but also Spanish ballet, jazz and funky, it’s a great place to take your first steps in the world of dancing.
In case you’re already a skilled ballet dancer, don’t miss the opportunity to enroll in their advanced-level Tring Ballet Summer School.
Address: Calle de García de Paredes, 76.
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Madrid Dance Center
The Madrid Dance Center was created with the goal of offering a different environment for those who love to dance. With a philosophy that prioritizes having fun and effortlessly blends tradition with modern trends, it offers classes in ballet (with both professional and amateur programs), contemporary dance, jazz, latin jazz, hip-hop and many other styles.
The Madrid Dance Center is all about making dance classes accessible to people of all ages and social statuses – and they do just that by cultivating a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and having quite reasonable prices. Definitely a fantastic option in Madrid for those just starting out in ballet dancing.
Address: Paseo de Santa María de la Cabeza, 64.
Factory Ballet Madrid
With top-notch facilities and very complete course curriculums that cover a great variety of disciplines and techniques, Factory Ballet promises to turn you into a competent dancer independently of your current level of expertise.
Offering pilates, yoga and flexibility classes to help keep your body injury-free and able to cope with the demands of ballet dancing, this centre has everything you need to get started with maximum comfort and safety.
Address: Calle de Don Ramon de la Cruz, 67.
Are you ready to be a ballet dancer? Which of these Madrid schools will you choose? Let us know using the comment box below. Good luck and most of all, have a lot of fun following your dreams!
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