Bronte Kelly was born in Queensland where she began her ballet training locally before accepting a place at the Australian Ballet school in Melbourne. During Bronte’s time at the Australian Ballet school, she was fortunate enough to perform in two of the Australian Ballet Dancers Company tours and dance the leading role in her graduating year performance of ‘Snow Queen’. Upon Graduation Bronte was offered a contract with the Royal New Zealand Ballet and joined the Company at the young age of 18.
Bronte is grateful to have worked with a range of International Choreographers and Directors in her time with the Company, performing a vast range of soloist and leading roles from traditional ballets to premier works which where toured both Nationally and Internationally.
Working closely with the Education Department in the Royal New Zealand Ballet, Bronte realized her passion for teaching and enjoyed passing on her knowledge and skills of the industry to the next generation of dancers. Starting a new adventure Bronte moved to Sydney Australia to pursue her new career of dance teaching.
Classical Ballet 121 was the first school to give Bronte the opportunity to take on her new role, where she has been encouraged to motivate, inspire and nurture the students through their individual training process and aspirations as dancers. Bronte has been motivated by Classical Ballet 121’s vision in not only producing beautifully trained dancers but also well balanced and educated dancers.
Bronte is currently teacher training with the Royal Academy of Ballet and will be one of the first Post Professional RAD graduates in Australia. She is passionate about furthering her knowledge and keeping up to date with the latest research in training successful, educated and happy dancer’s.