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Dance Performance

LMA

UCAS Code: W501 | Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2022

The BA (Hons) degree in Dance Performance at LMA is delivered by industry professionals and provides a solid grounding in all major styles and techniques to prepare you for a career as a professional dancer. All of this is underpinned by theory and academic study along with developing your own style and creative vision.

If you want to dance all around the world, in music videos, theatre productions and large scale tours, then this course is the first step to make that happen!

When you join LMA you are surrounded by like-minded people in an environment where hard work brings great reward. You are taught by world class tutors in state of the art facilities.The LMA team give you the creative freedom you desire, to explore, discover yourself and give you the confidence to be the absolute best version of YOU.

LMA have amazing campuses in Liverpool and London and is co-owned by Global superstar ROBBIE WILLIAMS.

Modules

Level 4 (Year 1):
Studying Dance Performance
Skills for the Professional Dancer
Dance Techniques 1
Dance Styles 1
Live Dance Performance

Level 5 (Year 2):
Exploring Dance Performance
Advanced Skills for the Professional Dancer
Dance Techniques 2
Dance Styles 2
Performance for Stage and Screen

Level 6 (Year 3):
Dance Performance Showcase
Industry Investigation
Promotional Portfolio
Major Performance

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£8,995
per year
England
£8,995
per year
Northern Ireland
£8,995
per year
Republic of Ireland
£8,995
per year
Scotland
£8,995
per year
Wales
£8,995
per year

The Uni


Course locations:

LMA - London

LMA - Liverpool

Department:

Dance and Musical Theatre

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