Meet The Team
Vadym’s Past Pupils include
2006 – Hee-kyung Kang enters Kiev National Ballet Academy (Ukraine).
2008 – Yoon-jee Lim enters Kiev National Ballet Academy (Ukraine).
2009 – Seung-min Lee enters Kiev National Ballet Academy (Ukraine).
2011 – Do-yea Yang enters Goyang High School of Arts (South Korea).
2012 – Sang-il Hwang enters Kangwon Univertsity of Arts (South Korea).
At the age of 18, Jeremy was introduced to ballet by Julia Horwath at Urban Dance Centre. By the end of the year Jeremy fell in love with ballet and decided to pursue it as a career. He then studied for one year at Tanya Pearson’s Classical Coaching Academy with a full scholarship before moving to Germany and continuing his ballet studies at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst under the direction of Stuttgart Ballet’s ex-premier ballerina, Prof. Birgit Keil.
After 18 months of intense training, Jeremy received a full contract with the Thuringian State Ballet in Germany at the age of 21. Within the first 4 weeks of his engagement with the company he was casted the principal role of The Joker in direrctor Silvana Schoder’s ballet “Der Joker”. Since then Jeremy continued performing other principal roles with the company such as Rome in “Rome and Juliet”, The Hero in “Waiting room”, The Grenzgänger in “Keimzeit” and Piaf’s father in “Piaf La vie en rose”. Jeremy has also appeared as guest principal artist as The Prince in “The Nutcracker” with Sydney City Youth Ballet, The Prince in “Paquita” with The Central Dance Company and Franz in “Coppelia” with The Byron Ballet.
Jeremy has now moved back home to Sydney and is extremely excited to teach ballet and share his knowledge and experience with the next generation of dancers.
Lauren teaches all grades and vocational levels of the Royal Academy of Dance syllabus at schools all over NSW and Canberra. Lauren also teaches the full-time and part-time Certificate IV in Dance at Brent Street across the Triple Threat and Classical/Contemporary Elite Performance streams. Many of Lauren’s students consistently receive in the top percentile of examination marks for their RAD examinations with most of those students also being interstate associates of the Australian Ballet School. Lauren aims to train her students to achieve technical excellence whilst also instilling artistic maturity and an appreciation of the history and foundations of classical ballet.