42 Clapham Manor Street,
London, SW4 6DZ
Tel.: 020 7498 0498
London Russian Ballet School is the only school in the UK to offer Russian ballet training exclusively with Russian-trained teachers. The charity Kids Love Lambeth performs Russian classical ballet for children throughout Lambeth. Opportunity is made available to all regardless of background or means.
Charity Concert at Eton
Outreach Performances Dates
Our next outreach performance will be on 28th June 2013 at Stockwell Primary to raise funds for the school. There will be in fact two performances: at 2.30pm and at 5.00pm. Everybody is welcome to come and watch the students dance. There will be a small fee of £2.00 to raise much needed money for Stockwell Primary.
The performance after this will take place on 17th July 2013 in the new theatre of Dunraven School.
Mr Anatoly Sidorov
We are pleased to announce that the world-famous teacher of pas-de-deux and repetiteur, Mr Anatoly Sidorov, will be holding classes at LRBS until the end of May 2013 and in the summer.
Mr Sidorov graduated with honours from the Vaganova Ballet Academy, being taught by such notables as K. V. Shatilov and A. I. Pushkin. He danced for the Mariinski Theatre and became the Principal dancer with the Mikhailovski Theatre and subsequently their Senior Repetiteur. He taught pas-de-deux class at the Vaganova Academy.
For his outstanding achievements in ballet Mr Sidorov was awarded the title of Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation.
LRBS is proud to welcome Mr Sidorov, knowing how much our students will benefit from being taught by a man of his expertise and experience.
Since the arrival of the great Russian artists from the Imperial Theatre at the beginning of the nineteenth century, Russian ballet has been recognised in the West as a unique artistic phenomenon. Classical ballet, as we know it today, was largely created in the Russian Imperial Theatre. The style and character of classical ballet were formed during this Imperial period. It is this style and character that retain and manifest the significance and beauty of classical ballet for the audience today. In the development of classical ballet in Imperial Russia a system evolved, over two hundred and fifty years, to meet the technical requirements and fulfil the stylistic demands of Russian choreographers. Generations of great Russian ballet theatre artists worked within that system to preserve and pass down this heritage while allowing it to evolve. It has produced arguably the greatest ballet schools and method of ballet education. Many of the famous names in the world of ballet are the products of it.