Julia Vella Rosso recently graduated from Bodywork Company Dance Studios in Cambridge, UK, after a three-year course that led to her first degree in performing arts.
She started in the art of dance at a very young age, and her passion for the discipline paved the way for her to become a professional and qualified dancer at 21 years old.
His talent, coupled with his determination and hardworking character, earned him a scholarship offered by the Malta Arts Scholarship Scheme.
His talent, coupled with his determination and hardworking character, won him a scholarship offered by the Malta Arts Scholarship Scheme
Her experience at Bodywork was challenging yet rewarding as she had the chance to hone her talent and technique in a variety of dance styles from ballet to jazz to hip-hop. This experience also exposed her to stage performance from all angles, including organizing shows and events.
Her first performance experience as a dance graduate in Malta was her participation in the dance team of Oa tribute to the late Oliver Friggieri held at the Manoel Theater last year.
Vella Rosso is currently traveling between the UK and Malta to keep up with work and family commitments. She is now considering a career in London, where she aspires to enter the world of West End show business.
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