Performing is the lifeblood of The School of Classical Russian Ballet. It is excellent preparation for a life on the stage and the best way to discover personal limitations and explore artistic goals from a serious platform of experience. The School of Classical Russian Ballet shares its love of theatre with those around it and with whom it is involved.
The relationships The School of Classical Russian Ballet is developing within the community are not just to increase involvement among young children through a pathway to the school for the varying opportunities offered. It is intent on engaging more young people with the theatre by inviting children and their families to attend and experience theatre performances from the audience perspective.
At every performance at Cadogan Hall, over 130 children with their families join for free to watch students perform with Principal Artists from the Bolshoi or Mariinsky Ballets. The School of Classical Russian Ballet believes that background and financial resources should not be a barrier to ballet, a theatre or classical music. The School of Classical Russian Ballet believes for performances to have true worth, audiences should include people and youngsters from every group with which it works.