We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with 12 other key Dance organisations in Yorkshire, to offer a digital Youth Dance platform of events in March 2021. The programme will run between Wednesday 24th – Saturday 27th march 2021. Workshops, performances, talks and Dance challenges can be booked and accessed for FREE on social media and […]
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Fancy your chances at winning a unique opportunity? ENTER NOW! Head over to @renaissarts or @Howlyballet on Instagram or Facebook R/A Director of Ballet and renowned Ballet dancer Martin Howland is offering one lucky winner an opportunity for 1-1 online training. The programme on offer, designed to help you achieve more from your dance technique, […]
How to Audition with Renaissance Arts Conservatoire Previously, we’ve offered two ways to audition for access onto our full time, 3 year courses, in Dance & Musical Theatre. Auditioning in person on one of our allocated dates includes workshops with our industry led faculty, a chance to tour and use our world class facilities, in […]
Welcome Freshers, welcome back returning students! It’s been a journey these last few months. We ended our academic year streaming classes full time online. Our end of year showcase was cancelled. But we decided to hold on to our 2020 leavers a little longer. A new training site for our expanding needs was introduced and […]
Martin Howland was born in Brighouse, West Yorkshire, and trained at The Elwyn school of Dance. At the age of 11 Martin was accepted to the ‘Royal Ballet School’ and began 5 years of classical training at White Lodge in Richmond Park. After graduating from the lower school Martin continued his professional training at The […]
Wondering what type of people choose to study with R/A? Well wonder no more! We asked some of our student body to tell us about why they decided to train with Renaissance Arts Conservatoire, amidst the many other options available, and what they defined as key moments from their training so far: Why did you […]
What a key moment for an online presence to speak volumes about who you are and enable you to continue your communication with the world. So we’re doing just that with a series of Biographies and Interviews from R/A Faculty, Graduates and Students. Kicking things off is Musical Theatre faculty Luke Fredericks, who has been […]
At R/A, our unique selling point is our aspiration to deliver uncompromised teaching, ensuring that students receive inspiring and engaging experiences, with professionals who have been and are still working at the levels many aspire to. It’s a unique selling point. But are we fighting against a culture of academic routes and funded study? The […]
Today we mark #TimeToTalk and wanted to explain to you how amidst providing a safe space to listen, we’re also taking preventative action. For many students at Renaissance Arts Conservatoire, training is the next step and provides the route towards being a professional performer. In the professional industry performers are often away on tour or […]
Whatever your profession, in order to perform at your best, your body needs to be well fuelled and this is especially prevelent for aspiring professional performers. R/A aims to provide it’s students with a well rounded education, to prepare them for the realities of the performance industry. We invited Nutritionist Josh Dyson, of Nutrition JD, […]