A school that gives every pupil every opportunity

At Mosa Ballet School, excellence goes hand in hand with equal opportunities. We welcome all students, with their diverse backgrounds, and are committed to forging ahead with them. At the end of the programme, we facilitate their integration in the world’s largest companies. However, since life does not always turn out as we expect, we also offer them a firm foundation, thanks to a successful secondary school education. Our partnership with the Athénée Charles Rogier, a renowned establishment, is based on common values and ongoing dialogue between the teams. Special attention is paid to each student, with an integrated and all-round approach.

Why choose Mosa Ballet School?

A pedagogic and high-performance programme

  • An internationally-renowned team of instructors
  • Multidisciplinary teaching
  • Guest instructors run apprenticeships in the form of regular workshops
  • Regular feedback and always willing to listen
  • Multiple opportunities to go on stage
  • Numerous international partnerships

Quite simply the best possible infrastructure

A ‘playground’ of 10,000 m²!

  • 9 ultra-equipped dance studios, including an auditorium
  • 8 classes dedicated to study and tutoring
  • A library
  • Boarding for 100 pupils
  • Flats to accommodate residential artists
  • A bright and functional restaurant with an outdoor garden courtyard
  • Several offices dedicated to paramedical arrangements

A permanent focus on individual well-being

  • A ‘self-care’ programme for the global management of students and to help them to grow in harmony (osteopathy and injury prevention, nutrition, podiatry, physical and mental coaching)
  • A warm and welcoming location for student boarders
    A collective ‘lounge’ area with leisure facilities
  • A ‘buddy’ system for new students by pupils from the previous cycle

Education for life

  • A charter focused on soft skills, respect and humanity, adopted by pupils and the pedagogic team
  • An involvement scheme for daily tasks at school
  • The involvement of students in the programme Alors on danse! as an education in citizenship.

First auditions

 

The first auditions for a place at Mosa Ballet School will be held as from autumn 2021. If you would like to remain informed of the dates, conditions and methods, sign up here!

“Our students are trained to become great dancers, but also mindful and responsible individuals”

Pedro Carneiro
Artistic Director

 

Graduate of John-Cranko Schule, Pedro Carneiro has danced at the Stadttheater Hagen and Oper Bonn, as well as being in the Lisbon National Ballet for 12 years. Having completed his training at Vaganova Academy, he devoted 22 years to classical dance and repertoires, along with character dance, pas de deux and classical dance methods.
As a teacher, he has enjoyed the privilege of being invited to share his experience worldwide: in Asia, (Japan, Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, China), and also in the United States, Brazil and across Europe (France, Belgium, Romania, Italy, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Germany, Estonia).
Pedro Carneiro has also been a member of the Jury in more than 60 major international competitions.
After 14 years as director of the National Conservatory Dance School (NCDS) in Lisbon, he now embodies the humanistic vision of the Mosa Ballet School and the new path it is opening towards excellence.

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« We must be our pupil’s primary supporters »

Pedro Carneiro
Artistic Director

A day at Mosa Ballet School

Our students continue their general education, in addition to choreographic teaching from Monday to Friday. Saturdays and Sundays are free.
Boarders may return home at the weekend.
Those whose home is too far away are accommodated by hosting families, chosen with the utmost care.

7:30 – 8 am
A busy day begins with a balanced breakfast! Departure for general lessons.

8:15 am – 12:15 pm
Obligatory lessons at the Athénée Charles Rogier, a 200m walk from our premises. Students are integrated in classes with non-dancers, in order to encourage mixing, integration and their mastery of French

12: 15 – 1 pm
Return to Mosa Ballet School for lunch. The menus are designed by a specialist in top-sport nutrition.

1 – 3:30 pm
Instruction in dance and related disciplines: lesson in classical dance (bar, centre, points, variations, pas de deux, etc.), character dance, or contemporary techniques for older students; improvisation, stage and musical expression, and history of dance.

3:30 – 4 pm
Yoga, Pilates, Tai-chi and ‘self-care’ session, to suit requirements (osteopathy, physiotherapy, podiatry, coaching, etc.)

4:30 – 6:30 pm
Continuation of dance lesson (timetable depends on level)

7 – 7:45 pm
Time to relax together at dinner, which is always varied and delicious.

7:45 pm
Time to study/free time. A common and comfortable leisure area is provided within the boarding school.

9 – 10 pm
Lights out (time depends on the children’s age)

A day at MOSA

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A school founded on a greater ambition

  • To promote the power of dance;
  • To bring well-being, good health and the joy of sharing to as many people as possible;
  • To make a positive and specific social impact

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