TIOMBE DAVEY

Prep-Level 1 - Level 2
Contemporary

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Tiombe began her training here, at En Pointe School of Ballet at the age of 4, trained by Director, Renee Grinsted & Studio manager, Kurt-Dwyer Williams.

Tiombe trained at En Pointe School of Ballet for over 10 years and has completed all levels of the Australian Conservatoire of Ballet syllabus, receiving Distinction in all her examinations.

 

In late 2017, Tiombe was chosen to take part in the Australian Conservatoire of Ballet’s production of swan lake, where she danced alongside dancers including Joy Womack. She was one of four chosen from the school. Tiombe has been fortunate enough to work with an array of choreographers & famous ballet dancers from around the world and has gathered a wealth of knowledge and experience.

 

During her time at En Pointe School of Ballet, Tiombe has won & placed in numerous renown dance competitions including Ballet Teachers Workshop, the AICD awards, the Australasian Ballet competition and The Australian Ballet School Scholarship awards, where she placed 1st runner up, winning her a 2-week scholarship at ABS.
At the age of 13, Tiombe was accepted into Level 4 at The Australian Ballet School’s full-time training program, where she placed top of her class & received the Excellence Award. She continued her academic education at Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School (VCASS) before she came back to En pointe to audition for overseas ballet schools.

 

Tiombe was accepted into Bottaini Merlo International Center of Arts, (Ballet Academy Munich) in 2020, but ultimately decided to stay in Australia to continue her ballet education in light of the pandemic.

Following this decision, Tiombe went on to train with Ben Davis at Ballet Theatre Australia.

 

Tiombe shares a deep love & passion for ballet and has been fortunate enough to work with an array of teachers. She is excited and honoured to be back where it all started, and to share her knowledge with budding young students, by working with them to achieve their full potential.