A day in the life of a dancer

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Since 2020, the Performing Arts industry has suffered due to the covid-19 pandemic. The industry has been under immense pressure and companies have felt the impact. Supporting the Performing Arts through sponsorship plays an important role in building our brand profile and supporting our clients' passions, which is why we have partnered with the UK’s leading narrative ballet company, the Northern Ballet.

Northern Ballet tell stories that move their audiences across the country and online. They aim to reach as many people from different walks of life with their passionate storytelling, mastery of classical dance technique and live music. Alongside world-class ballet they are committed to inspiring people of all ages and backgrounds to experience dance in the north of England. They champion the power of the arts in education through work in schools, celebrating disabled dance through their accessible courses, and training the dancers of tomorrow at their studios in Leeds.

Like the Northern Ballet, we believe that dance and the Performing Arts have the power to change people’s lives for the better, boosting their mental health and bringing a sense of community and togetherness. As part of our partnership, we have had the amazing opportunity to sponsor one of the professional dancers, Alessandra Bramante.

Alessandra is a beautiful performer and we were able to get a sneak peek into what a day is like in the life of a dancer.

We provide a full range of advice, investment management and self-directed services to private clients and professional advisers. Just like Northern Ballet, we reach people across the UK, with regional offices in London, Bristol, Chester, Manchester, Gatwick, Newcastle, Midlands, Farnham, Northwich, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

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