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01.10.2019, 09:22

Dancing to Success

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English National Ballet has appointed Pareto FM to provide hard services at its newly built, 93,000 sq ft, headquarters in City Island, East London.

 

The recent move to City Island will bring English National Ballet and English National Ballet School together under one roof, combining state of the art fitness and rehabilitation facilities, teaching and rehearsal studios, alongside a unique Production Studio unrivalled in the UK. This world class ballet centre will enable new opportunities for collaboration and nurturing of dance talent. Dedicated engagement spaces and digital facilities will enable the Company to reach more people than ever before.

 

English National Ballet brings world-class classical ballet to the widest possible audience. A charitable organisation, under the leadership of Artistic Director, Tamara Rojo, English National Ballet stands for artistic excellence and creativity.

 

Announcing the contract award, Grace Chan, Chief Operating Officer for English National Ballet, said:

"The transformational new facilities in our new home  will allow the Company to open up the creative process for more people to participate in, and benefit from, the powerful art form of dance.

 

“We selected Pareto FM to be our building services supplier because they demonstrated exceptional focus on trying to understand the needs of our new building first, and have since given us excellent customer service and a knowledgeable and hard-working services team."

 

Andrew Hulbert, Pareto FM managing director, added:

"We are genuinely privileged to partner with one of the most prestigious arts based organisations in the world. We are looking forward to the opportunity to support a physical environment that houses some of the best performers in the world. Furthermore, getting a glimpse behind the scenes to understand what it takes to be a world class ballet school.

 

"This partnership is a huge importance to Pareto FM as it continues to an enviable base of best-in-class clients."

 

 

 

 

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