As parents, you play a crucial role in supporting your child's ballet path and we know navigating the world of ballet training can be challenging. We're here to help! Join us for interviews with experts from all areas of the ballet world to learn how you can best support your dancer's training. See more at www.ballethelpdesk.com
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Ballet Help Desk sat down with Maria Torija, Director of the Academy at BalletMet. Tune in to hear all about how the trainee program is structured, how the school recruits and how they work with BalletMet2. Dr. Torija also discusses how the school pr... more
From a mom who has no clue about ballet but has a daughter who does ballet, eat, sleep, repeat- I can’t thank you enough for sharing your wisdom! I feel like I am slowly starting to learn a new language! Keep it up please! You are so appreciated! And you both seem so awesome too.
Thank you so much for creating this! As a dance mom of an aspiring professional ballerina, the information here on the podcast is absolutely golden. It’s so nice to have a trusted source as I support my dancer though her journey from student to professional. I also appreciate that I have the opportunity through the The Ballet Help Desk to share my experience to help others as well. Thank you for bringing our community together to support one another!
Thank you so much for the excel spreadsheet, this has made my life so much easier!
This podcast is invaluable as a dance parent of any age dancer. These ladies are not only thoughtful and genuine in their conversations they make their show fun and interesting to listen to. I walk away from every episode thinking about something that was brought up and it had changed my thinking on various topics after hearing from industry experts. Thank you for taking the time to do this podcast!
This is a great podcast especially for parents who don’t have a dance background. It breaks down much of what a parent should know to help their dancer.
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Ballet Help Desk launched 7 months ago and published 44 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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