Aspiring performers work with top industry professional

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Aspiring performers given the chance to work with top industry professional

Murray Grant recently delivered a free masterclasses to students who attend Razzamataz Theatre Schools in Sheffield to inspire the next generation of young performers.

Murray has performed as a dancer all over the world and as well as being one of the founders of the MGA Academy, Murray has also Directed and choreographed the likes of Adam Garcia, Ruthie Henshall and Kerry Ellis.
In response to the growing demand from students, Razzamataz launched a class designed to support students who wish to pursue a professional career within the performing arts industry.

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Razz Project Intense allows staff to teach in the specialist areas of dance to help build a strong technical skill base to equip the Razzamataz students with the correct guidance, skills and confidence to be better prepared for professional vocational college auditions.

One of the many benefits from the classes are the workshops with industry experts, allowing the students to get a real feel for what it means to work as a professional performer.

“The workshop really stretched the students and definitely gave them an idea about what we do at The MGA Academy every day,” adds Murray. “The level of commitment and discipline from the students at Razzamataz means that whatever they choose to go on and do, they will have the right attitude to be successful.”

To attend the next free trial session at Razzamataz on Saturday 3rd March or for more information on Razz Project Intense please contact us on or 07979 189177. You can also visit us at

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