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Brittany Raymond & Victoria Baldesarra

26 Jan 2019


Saturday 26 January 2019, 9.00am - Saturday 26 January 2019, 12.30pm

Saturday 26 January 2019, 2.00pm - Saturday 26 January 2019, 5.30pm

There will be two sessions:

  • 9am morning session for recreational/beginner dancers
  • 2pm afternoon session for intermediate/advanced dancers

Auckland Town Hall, Queen Street, Auckland CBD

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Tickets from $49.90



Tanya Jephson (Publicity)

021 983 049


Live Nation is proud to announce that two of the most exciting young dancers in the world today and stars of ABC ME and Disney Channel’s ‘The Next Step’, Brittany Raymond and Victoria Baldesarra, are coming to New Zealand this summer.

This will be a once in a lifetime, up close, informative and personal experience for their fans.

This is your chance to experience an exclusive masterclass hosted and taught by Brittany and Victoria as well as a chance for fans to meet them both, partake in a Q&A and see performances from these dance stars.


To her OZ and NZ fans Brittany is well known as ‘Riley’ from ‘The Next Step’ where she has been an integral part of the show since its inception up to now. However, Brittany is also a versatile performer, choreographer and teacher.

Training as a competitive dancer since the age of 6 in all genres, her passion for performing was evident. She is a certified teacher in Jazz and tap with BATD and a member of the Royal Academy of Dance, holding her Advanced 2 certificate with Distinction.


Victoria began dancing at the age of 3 and began competitive dancing at the age of 6. She trained at the Canadian Dance unit in Ontario for 11 years. Victoria is best known for her role as ‘Michelle’ in ‘The Next Step’ and, like Brittany, has toured all over the world with The Next Step Concert tours.

Victoria is very involved as a teacher in the dance workshop world across North America and has been awarded many scholarships and titles. She was also a member of Team Canada’s National dance team who won a bronze medal at the world championships in Germany in 2010.