10 weeks of acting, singing and dance, inspired by the best in Musical Theatre.
Especially for 9 - 13 year olds
Sunday afternoons, 1pm - 4pm
Studio Empain, Rue de la Presse 9
This course is especially designed for buddy young performers, aged 9 - 13.
Studio Empain, Rue de la Presse 9, Brussels 1000.
The workshop will run for 10 Sundays, for three hours each week: 1pm - 4pm.
Check out the dates overview below for more information.
You will have one hour of acting, one hour of dancing and one hour of singing. This is your moment to ace your skills and become a triple threat.
Our Musical Theatre Workshops are the perfect way to let your hair down before the start of another week.
For three hours on a Sunday, our expert workshop leaders will work with you in three different disciplines: acting, singing and dancing.
Our Musical Theatre Workshops are for people who want to get singing, acting and dancing in a non-judgemental setting. Our workshop leaders enable everyone to feel comfortable. We welcome people with little or no prior experience in musical theatre.
We will have a group of up to 20 young people. Our small groups are a great chance to meet people in Brussels with similar interests.
For all aged 9 - 13.
Each term runs for 10 weeks. You will get expert tuition in acting, singing and dancing. We will not work towards a performance as such but we will end the term with a showcase for friends and family.
Cost: €295 for the term, payable upon registration.
Please ensure that you are available to attend all of the dates of the Workshops. If you will be absent for three or more sessions, we ask you to wait until next term to register.
1. Sunday 14 January
2. Sunday 21 January
3. Sunday 28 January
4. Sunday 4 February
ONE WEEK BREAK
5. Sunday 18 February
6. Sunday 25 February
7. Sunday 3 March
8. Sunday 10 March
9. Sunday 17 March
10. Sunday 24 March
We can only confirm your place on receipt of the payment. Places are limited!
Beatriz is a violinist, singer and actress. She has a master degree in violin with distinction at the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles and a musical theatre training at Ecole Broadway.
Originally from Brazil, she started her musical theatre journey as a child in Alice in Wonderland (as Alice) and The Princess and the Frog (as Princess) in Brazil, while also taking ballet and tap dancing classes, before focusing on her violinist career.
She was Laureate of the Bachelor of Violin at the Federal University of Paraiba and acted as Violon Solo at the Orquestra Sinfônica Jovem da Paraíba, at the Orquestra Sinfônica Jovem da Universidade da Paraíba, and at Ochestre du Conservatoire du Briançonnais, where she received the certificate of musical studies with congratulations from the jury.
Later in 2018, she joined Ecole Broadway and began to participate in several shows in Belgium as a singer/actress.
Born and raised in Canada, Heidi has been teaching piano and dance since the age of sixteen. Years of extensive study in both music and dance, brought Heidi to train and perform in many genres - ballet, jazz, musical theatre, modern, Spanish dance, Latin American and Ballroom, folkloric and tango Argentino.
Throughout the years, she has appeared in countless performances, musicals and stage productions in Canada, the US and Europe. She has choreographed many numbers for shows and bands, including annual showcases of her own dance school in Greece. While in Greece, her creative talents in theatre, dance and music, brought her to design and teach English “Music and Movement” programs for the young, along with creating and choreographing musicals based on children’s stories.
In dance, Heidi has been fortunate to have trained with renowned artists such as, Gus Giordano, Frank Hatchett, George C. Randolph (Alvin Ailey and Les BJM), Juan Antonio (Louis Falco Company,) Stelio Calagias and legendary tango masters, Fabian Salas and Mariano “Chicho” Frumboli.
Apart from being a dance teacher and performer, Heidi holds a university degree in languages and is a graduate of the Western Ontario Conservatory of Music, where she also taught piano. She competed in and won numerous piano and dance competitions, including the The Canadian Music Competition, and received coaching from internationally renowned concert pianists, Arthur Ozolins and the late Raymond Vacchino.
Most recently, in Brussels, she choreographed the musical “Shrek” for Green Parrot Productions, (March 2019), collaborated with The Bruocsella Symphony Orchestra’s Children’s concerts-musical shows and choreographed The Bridge Theatre's production of All Together Now! at the Vaudeville Theatre.
Alexandre trained in Stage Direction and Acting at the National University of Theatre and Cinematography "I.L.Caragiale" and in Composition and Orchestration at the National University of Music "George Enescu". He went on to specialise in Musical Theatre at the Sorbonne University in Paris, where he followed a master's degree in the art of Musicals and a doctor’s degree in Acting The Song.
After 8 years in France, in 2015, he moved to Brussels, and founded Ecole Broadway, the first and only Musical Theatre Academy in Belgium, where he teaches singing, theatre, musical history, musical construction and analysis of musical performance.
Alexandre has composed numerous musicals that have had runs in Bucharest, Paris, London and Brussels, as well as music projects for theatre and film. In theatre, he has directed a wide range of theatre performances (from Shakespeare to Ionescu) but also musical theatre (Salome, Sunset Boulevard, Ragtime, Chicago, The Witches of Eastwick, Nine).
Receive a 10% discount when you register your interest for our Summer School 2024!
We are still finalising details for our Summer School 2024, our highly popular programme for 10-18-year-olds, but since so many of you were asking us when registration opens, we decided to open "pre-registration" already :).