Theron Neline

Neline Theron

She learned under the tutelage of a ballet master Chris Alloways-Ramsey (currently professor at The School of Dance University of Utah) and Nadejda Krylova. At the same time she was a member of Cape of Performing Arts Company II where she performed in classical, neo classical and contemporary spectacles.

In 2014 she took part in The World Dance Movement in Bari, Italy where she won the first prize along with a scholarship. In 2016 she took part in the International Ballet Competition in Cape Town and won the first prize in junior category.

From 2017 through mid 2019 she graduated from the International Ballet School under the direction of Anderson Santana. She performed the main role in a ballet piece “Aluminum” under the auspices of Mats Ek’s assistant director Rafie Sadi. In 2018 she partook at YAGP in Paris where she was awarded the second prize in the category of modern dance and she qualified to finals in the classical section. She has taken part in master courses in Europe which enabled her to learn variety of techniques from William Forsytheand to Bournenville.