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    Ballet Rosa

    Ballet Rosa is a European Dancewear brand, internationally recognised for its high quality products, combined with beautiful design. Ballet Rosa strives to inspire ballet dancers from all over the world with products engineered for a high level of comfort, mobility and performance, designed to match the sophistication, poetry and passion of ballet. Ballet Rosa’s 2021 […]

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    Harlequin Floors

    Harlequin Floors is the world leader in advanced technology flooring. Established in the UK in 1979 it has established an enviable global reputation as experts in floors for dance, performing arts, theatres, schools and rehearsal studios worldwide. Harlequin’s experience and reputation is founded on the manufacture and supply of a range of long lasting portable […]

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    Reimagined for Ballet Class

    Andrew Holdsworth has been composing and recording music for ballet class for over 20 years. He was responsible for producing the music for the Royal Academy of Dance grades and vocational syllabus and works regularly with ballet companies and organisations in the UK.   The latest additions to the ‘Reimagined for Ballet Class’ series are […]

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    Royal Academy of Dance Enterprises

    The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) is the membership organisation for dance teachers and dance lovers, with over 14,000 members in 84 countries. RAD teachers enter more students for dance exams than any other organisation and the syllabus is taught at leading dance schools where alumni have gone on to perform with some of the […]

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    Sansha

    In 1982 Franck Raoul-Duval, a 25 year-old Frenchman with a passion for dance, created a new type of ballet shoe. After numerous trials and adjustments he came up with an innovation that changed the life of dancers everywhere. The split-sole ballet slipper, fitting the foot like a glove, was born. First dedicated to professional ballet dancers, it was called the “Pro”. Since then, dancers of all levels have used it very successfully.

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