Klea Golikja ballerina who chose the Netherlands

Klea Golikja begun studying  ballet at the age of 3 in the Millennium dance center. When she was 10 , at the end of the fourth grade, she was ranked first in the competition for the Ballet School in Tirana. In this school, she received  training for eight years. At the end of her matriculation, she applied to many universities abroad to continue her studies such as in England, Finland, Sweden, Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands where she currently studies, lives and works. The scholarship offered by the Dutch Ministry of Education made  Klea deciding to choose the Netherlands as the place to study and practice the ballerina.  She just  finished her first year of  studies at Codarts Hogeschool voor de Kunsten, at Bachelor in Dance, specialization- performing . During this year Rotterdam has developed various shows but also promoted in the field of teaching. In addition to performances organized and directed by the university but also by dance companies in the Netherlands, has also managed to sign a contract with the Femonly-School voor de Sports, a contract that gives her the opportunity to teach in the ballet  for small age groups. Asking about future projects, she says: “After completing studies in the Netherlands, the goal is to conclude contracts with prestigious companies in the ballet and dance contest, while Albania will not be left behind. Klea states that “she wants to carry out new projects and ideas of  contemporary dance, as according to her,” this is one of the issues that requires more contribution in terms of ballet in Albania “.


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1 Response

  1. Heaume says:

    Suksese tu réalizofshin te gjitha déshorat

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