Razzamataz Theatre School Participates in Dance Event
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Razzamataz Theatre School Participates in Dance Event

March 22, 2024 // Franchising.com // UNITED KINGDOM - Move It is a dance event, celebrating all forms of dance and the performing arts. Some of the country’s most talented dancers, choreographers and teachers go to showcase their skills, connecting the community through dance.

Known for bringing together performing arts students, professionals and industry leaders from around the globe, Move It provides a platform for showcasing talent, sharing knowledge and celebrating the art of dance.

This year, Razzamataz Theatre Schools was delighted to be in attendance all weekend as well as being invited by organisers to perform on the showcase theatre stage. Students from Razzamataz Medway delivered two astounding performances, showcasing the excellence achieved through the curriculum, representative of the high standards upheld across the network of schools nationwide.

The talented students worked tirelessly to perfect two amazing pieces and their Principal Emily Nachshon couldn’t be prouder: “Their dedication, passion, and commitment shine through, and witnessing their determination to perform at their best fills me with immense pride. It's moments like these that truly showcase their growth and resilience as performers and individuals.”

Razzamataz was at Move It to exhibit its unique approach to performing arts education, nurturing talent in dance, drama, and singing while fostering confidence and creativity in students of all ages and abilities.

“It was great to network with many teachers and workshop practitioners who are keen to collaborate and share their expertise,” says Asha, franchisee and member of Head Office. “We also met with many Razzamataz teachers from across the UK and it was a great to have the opportunity to explain more about the different avenues for career growth within Razzamataz.”

Both Asha and her colleague Amber started their own journeys as teachers with Razzamataz. They now run very successful theatre school businesses, enabling them to build a financial stable career around other commitments such as a young family.

The chance to thrive in a career that makes such a huge difference to the lives of young people is ultimately what many are searching for. During Move It, the team were delighted to meet so many former students and learn about their success and what it meant to them to have had Razzamataz as part of their childhood years.

“We met a young lady called Amelia, aged 11,” says Amber. “She first discovered dance at a Razzamataz Session at Eurocamp whilst on holiday. Following this holiday, Amelia started dancing and she was recently named Can You Dance 2024 Dance Star and Dance World Cup Champion 2023. Her mum told us that it all started by attending Razzamataz at three years old, because this is where she first discovered and found her love for dance."

Razzamataz is unique because so many people currently in the network as either teachers, assistants, Principals or admin staff began when they were students themselves. The flexibility and variety that a career with Razzamataz offers enables them to carve out a role that suits their lifestyle.

SOURCE Razzamataz



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