Inside the AI Blog

The feeling of unison in the halls was contagious.

Posted: June 20
by Thomas Leprohon/Canada's National Ballet School

Genius, mad, daring, intelligent. Call it what you will, Assemblée Internationale is a revolutionary concept that is changing the relationship between dance schools.


Performing in Mark Annear’s Birthday Celebration

Posted: April 01
by Callum Anthony Linnane/The Australian Ballet School

To share with the company and perform with a live orchestra was truly inspiring.

My most memorable dance moment is probably partaking in Ms. Twyla Tharp’s ballet

Posted: April 01
by Philippe-Alexandre Jacques/Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet School

A dancer from the company injured himself a week before opening night and I was one of the covers for the new ballet.

Professional attitude

Posted: March 28
by Alberto Poti/Codarts

I think that having a professional attitude is one of the most important points for the career of a dancer.

I am also driven by my passion for dance

Posted: March 28
by Rachel Wilton/Canada's National Ballet School

Watching some of the world's greatest dancers inspires me to dance

Wealth of knowledge

Posted: March 28
by Emily Mittelstaedt/Canada's National Ballet School

What is so awesome about the AI is that the people that I’ll meet during this week will most likely cross paths with me again at a later time.

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Participating Schools

Participating Schools

The schools invited to participate in the Assemblée International 2013 are those with whom NBS has a long standing history of co-operation developed over the past twenty years... Learn more >>