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On Tuesday, July 10, Jean Castellini, Minister of Finance and Economy, visited the new premises of the MAD Arts Centre (Monaco Arts + Dance), which has permanently moved from the Promenade Honoré II to 10 Avenue de la Costa.
MAD specialises in dance, singing, music, fitness, and music, with group and individual lessons. A programme of 210 courses is run each year, allowing all ages to follow the courses and the level most suited to his or her interests.
“From babies to adults, we will have a class for you,” MAD says. “MAD collaborates with specialists in each discipline to bring you the best, intended primarily for amateurs wanting to improve in their discipline.”
Activities include: Dance: Classical, Modern Jazz, Contemporary, Street Jazz, Hip Hop, Taps. Singing: Modern Song or Choir. Music: Piano Lessons, Guitar Lessons and the Do, Re & “Me” Method for Musical Awakening. Fitness: Yoga, Pilates, Bars, Zumba, and Fit Dance.
“A terrace of 130 square metres enables us to offer collective yoga outdoors from Spring to Autumn. Come watch the sunrise and sunset during our yoga classes.”
All these courses are offered in groups or on request in private. A photo studio is also available on request for shooting models, books, children and babies. Contacts: +377 93 50 31 66.
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