The Du Boisson Dance Foundation - Stars of the Future

This exciting event will raise funds for our foundation which helps young people fulfill their dreams of becoming professional dancers by providing bursaries and scholarships. Featuring stunning performances by world-famous guest artists, including William Bracewell, Principal of the The Royal Ballet, Julia Conway & Daniel McCormick from English National Ballet, Ivan Putrov and other renowned dancers - as well as the wonderful students attending West London School of Dance and Young Dancers Academy - the stars of the future. The Du Boisson Dance Foundation has a long history of success, with many of the young people we have assisted going on to have successful careers in the dance world, both in the UK and internationally. We are proud to support the next generation of dancers and provide them with the opportunities they need to succeed, with the help of you, our generous patrons. Join us for an evening of elegance, beauty and giving, as we raise funds to support young dancers in our community. Mark your calendars and get your tickets now to be a part of this charitable event, and help us shape the future of dance!

The Du Boisson Dance Foundation

The Du Boisson Dance Foundation is a registered charity, established in 2001, with the sole aim of raising funds to assist young people realise their passion for dance.
Since its creation, the Foundation has raised close to £1 million to help support performance opportunities for children regardless of their ability and to provide bursaries for dedicated enthusiastic children with potential who come from financially disadvantaged backgrounds.
In particular, the Foundation supports the students of two local schools: the West London School of Dance (WLSDance) and the Young Dancers Academy (YDA). Children attending these schools often travel long distances to take classes.
The Foundation’s generous support has helped many young hopefuls progress their ambitions and go on to dance as members of major ballet companies or become professionals in the performing arts.
Most importantly however, the Foundation aims to enrich the lives of all children who have a passion for dance, and to create a better life for each of them, step by step.
The DBDF is also committed to its work within the community, promoting dance and related performance arts for both adults and children alike.
To continue to support its passion for helping young dancers and theatrical performers, the Foundation needs to raise over £100,000 per annum and therefore welcomes with gratitude any donation that can be made.