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.

I am most looking forward to working with new teachers

Posted: March 21
by Philippe-Alexandre Jacques/Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet School

Movements done routinely every day explained in new ways can interestingly become new themselves when working with a different teacher.

We are encouraged to develop and present our own personalities as performers

Posted: March 20
by Tarah Malaika Pfeiffer/Palucca Hochschule für Tanz Dresden (Palucca School)

I chose to study at Palucca University of Dance in Dresden because I feel that this school provides a good basic education for young dancers in preparation for the employment marke...

A career in dance is extremely tough, physically and mentally.

Posted: March 16
by Jarrah McArthur/New Zealand School of Dance

I find that it is important that you have a good balance between your dance life and outside social life.

I love the idea of students from around the world learning the same piece of choreography.

Posted: March 14
by Kira Hofmann/Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet School

Only a few more months until AI13 and everyone here is counting the days!

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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 >>