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Laura Hartman

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Laura Hartman - TTP Dip. (NBS)

As a graduate of the Teacher Training Program at Canada’s National Ballet School and the Quinte Ballet School of Canada, Laura has had the privilege of training and working with some of the world’s leading professionals in dance. 

Laura has taught a wide range of ages and abilities ranging from recreational to professional trained students in ballet and other forms of dance. Laura has been on staff at Canada’s National Ballet School in both their full time and summer school program teaching their Jr. and Sr. schools pool conditioning

Laura spent her high school years training at the Quinte Ballet School of Canada in Belleville Ontario. Here she had the experience to travel and perform The Nutcracker yearly with a live orchestra. To further her dance training she graduated from George Brown’s Performance Dance Studies Program which lead her to her love of teaching. 

While at Canada’s National Ballet School in their Teacher Training Program Laura holds teaching qualifications in National Dance through the Imperial Society of Teachers and Dancing, as well as an Associate standing with the Cecchetti Society of Canada. Having completed examinations for both Cecchetti and ISTD majors, her teaching qualifications allow her to enter children into examinations.

Since Graduation Laura is working full time in Bermuda as the  Ballet Mistress for In Motion School of Dance. She has been head choreographer and assistant production manager for the 2017 Nutcracker in Bermuda. 

Laura has had some of her students successfully attend summer schools and been offered full time positions at the Quinte Ballet School of Canada, Canada’s Ballet Jörgen and Canada’s National Ballet School, American Ballet Theatre, Joffrey Ballet, and Walnut Hill. 

Laura has loved dance ever since she was a little girl and continues to share this love in the studio with her students daily. She is excited to help her dancers grow as individuals and striving young artists.