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italian ballet schools

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Is there any ballet schools in Italy that have a good pre-professional backround? If so, do they have a website?

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The most wellknown are :

"Scuola di ballo del Teatro dell'Opera di Roma " in Rome, and "Scuola di ballo del Teatro alla Scala" in Milan.

Don't know of a website though and don't expect it to have an English translation !

You always can ask on the most known Italian balletwebsite runned by a group of balletdancers from La Scala : http://www.balletto.net

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The link for La Scala school (only in italian)

http://www.teatroallascala.org/ita/edu/dsf.../dsfs_home.html

The opera of Rome

http://www.operaroma.it/LUOGHI/scudan00.htm

There is also the school of San Carlo in Naples (only an historical background, but in english)

http://www.teatrosancarlo.it/uk_Fscuole.htm

And the national academy in Rome, the only school that gives a diploma recognised by the sstate

http://www.accademianazionaledanza.it/

Fabiana

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A word of caution, though; I had a friend who was a dancer for a major Italian opera company, and they were on strike so often, or honoring another picket line, that she had to quit in order to be able to dance more.

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