The Petite Danse School believes in the future that dance can provide for young dancers. The work focused on the professional training of dancers has generated surprising results at an international level.
Students who started out as children, at the Petite Danse School and at the Social Project Dançar a Vida, are currently dancers hired at major dance companies in Brazil and abroad.
Daniel Deivison was the first dancer from the Petite Danse School to achieve a professional career abroad. In 2003, he participated in the Younth American Grand Prix in New York, receiving as an award the invitation to join the San Francisco Ballet Company in California. Where currently, he works as a solo dancer.
See below, students who graduated from School and currently: