From her first audition, Daisy saw the different personal and training backgrounds of those who attend and teach at Urdang; she couldn’t pass up the variety that Urdang offered and the gut feeling she had about Urdang. She accepted her placement in the diploma programme.
Within her first year, Daisy’s interest in dance and ballet quickly evolved into a universal interest for all three of the performing arts: singing, acting and dancing. Daisy’s background in ballet prepared her to excel across all three by preparing her with the core knowledge and strength to be a ‘performer’. But it’s the range of training and Urdang’s dedication toward its students that developed the whole performer in Daisy.
Daisy now has a job lined up in Disneyland, Paris and she’s leaving Urdang, even before graduation. Although she has to say goodbye, she knows she’s never really ‘leaving’ because Urdang has become such a part of her.