Following the success of previous years’ examination, an equally impressive set of Classical Ballet results are revealed. The 2019 Annual Graded Exam conducted by the British Theatre Dance Association (BTDA) held in February shows that students got 100% passing marks with Centre grade of 99%.
“This year’s results prove that IAID Classical Ballet program is going from strength to strength. IAID is confident of fulfilling the great vision to expand its reach driving the passion in the Performing Arts industry with no talents left behind,” said Ms. Marianne Indrinal, IAID Associate Director.
IAID’s Classical Ballet for Girls is a graded course following the British Theatre Dance Association (BTDA) syllabus. The course concentrates on the pleasure of movement and musicality, with the development of technique, artistry and self-discipline evolving throughout the levels. Emphasis is placed on proper posture and alignment, correct and safe techniques, and a genuine sense of performance. The syllabus includes ballet techniques, conditioning and creative movements designed for children (4 to 18 yrs.) and adults (18 yrs & above).
BTDA Examiner Helen Guy said it was lovely to examine candidates who were enthusiastic and worked really hard.
“Congratulations to everyone in passing their exams. The Academy has delightful premises, well organized and the staff are very friendly.”
IAID W.L.L is the first of its kind in the Middle East founded in 2001 with an aim of providing quality training in dance, music, arts and soft skill courses with more than 1,200 students representing over 80 nationalities from around the globe.
Maintaining its high-caliber services, IAID is affiliated with prestigious organizations internationally. The Qatar Development Bank has sequentially awarded IAID one of the Top 50 SMEs in the country. The academy is supported with fully equipped dance, music, and art studios spanning over 1,200 square meter area at a prime and central location in Doha City and a newly
opened branch in Al Wukair.