Isabella Warne

Isabella began dancing at the age of 3 at Atkinsons Dance Academy in Sydney. After many years of training and competing she graduated high school and in 2015 moved on to full-time training at Brent Street Studios in Sydney. She trained in all styles. Whilst attending Brent Street she was able to dance for TV programs such as “The Voice” and “Australia’s Got Talent” as well as performing in the State of Origin Rugby half time show. She was also able to tour America and attended world renowned studios such as Alvin Ailey, Millennium Dance, Broadway Dance Centre and Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance. In America, she also took part in one of the biggest dance conventions “Pulse” working with some of the best commercial choreographers in the world such as Brian Friedman. Isabella graduated from Brent Street at the end of 2015 achieving her Certificate IV in Dance.

Isabella then decided to further her training by attending Ev and Bow in Sydney in 2016. Under the direction of Sarah Boulter and Lisa Bowmer, Isabella attended Ev and Bow for two years full time. She received world-class training in every style of dance and was given incredible opportunities to work with outstanding performers & choreographers such as Larissa McGowan, Adam Blanch and Jessica Hesketh from the Australian Dance Theatre. Isabella received her Diploma in Dance at Ev and Bow.

Upon finishing her time at Ev and Bow, Isabella decided to move to London. At the start of 2018, she began training at some of London’s best studios. These studios included: The Place, Pineapple, Studio 68, Base and more. She took advantage of being in Europe and went to train with world-renowned contemporary company Nederlands Dans Theater. The opportunities and experiences in London were incredible and allowed Isabella to grow as a performer and dancer.

Moving back to Sydney at the end of 2019, Isabella decided to start her dance teaching career . Isabella is excited to continue her dance journey and share her knowledge and experiences with other dancers. She has joined the teaching team of Atkinson’s Dance Academy where her dance studies all started.